Calm Urged in Gabon
Gabon’s Constitutional Court has confirmed that incumbent Ali Bongo has won re-election for President. Gabon held a Presidential elect...
Restraint and Dialogue Needed in DRC
The United States is engaged with the Government of the Democratic Republic of Congo [DRC] and its regional partners to encourage political ...
It’s no secret that the best way to jump-start a sluggish economy is to invest in women. That’s because when women enter the formal econom...
Dealing with North Korea's Provocations
Minister of Foreign Affairs Yun Byung-se of South Korea, left, Minister of Foreign Affairs Fumio Kishida of Japan, and U.S. Secretary of Sta...
Supporting Indonesia's Fight Against Illegal Fishing
Supporting Indonesia's Fight Against Illegal Fishing The Indonesian Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries and the U.S. Agency for Int...
New Partnership Against Illegal Fishing
USAID launched a new partnership aimed at increasing sustainable fisheries management in the Asia-Pacific region.
U.S. Priorities for UN General Assembly
U.S. Priorities for UN General Assembly Humanitarian response, peace and security and countering terrorism and violent extremism will be top...
Hispanic Heritage Month
In the thirty days between September 15th and October 15th, the United States observes National Hispanic Heritage Month, celebrating the his...
More Humanitarian Aid for Yemen
More Humanitarian Aid for Yemen Eighteen months ago, a conflict between Yemen’s elected Sunni government and the Houthi opposition, allied ...
U.S. Welcomes School Year Ceasefire in Ukraine
The United States welcomes the “school year” ceasefire recommitment made by Ukraine and Russia and witnessed by the Organization for Secur...
Backsliding on Democracy in Zambia
The run-up to the elections, as well as the post-election environment, were marred by violence, intimidation, and an environment that tilted...
Protecting Cambodia's Wildlife
“This project will address deforestation pressures on the Keo Seima Wildlife Sanctuary."
Together, U.S. and China Join Paris Agreement
On September 3rd in Hangzhou, China, President Barack Obama and President Xi Jinping formally joined the Paris Agreement.
President Obama in Laos
President Barack Obama has concluded his trip to Laos, the first time a sitting U.S. president has visited the Southeast Asian nation.
Fighting Yellow Fever in the DRC
The United States, through USAID and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or CDC, has provided crucial support to the response to the...
Linda Thomas-Greenfield Lauds Corruption Fight in Nigeria
“As moral leaders in Nigerian society, you have taken a very important step to get at the root of the problem of corruption.”
Renewed Efforts for Peace in Yemen
Mr. Kerry announced U.S. support for a renewed UN-led approach to negotiations between the warring parties.
More Humanitarian Aid for Somalia
The United States will be providing an additional $117 million more in support for refugees, returnees, and drought victims in the region, r...
A Century of U.S. - Canada Cooperation on Migratory Birds
The skies of North America today provide the backdrop for celebrating a century of conservation of one group of Earth’s most treasured anim...
In Bangladesh, Striving for Prosperity to Secure Peace
In Bangladesh, Striving for Prosperity to Secure Peace Since Bangladesh became independent in 1971, it has enjoyed a broad and robust bilate...
President Donald J. Trump’s Weekly Address
Education Report - How Well is English Spoken Worldwide?
Guam Catholic Church to File Bankruptcy Ties to Abuse Claims
Women Help Lead Democrats to US House Majority
Democrats Win Control of House, Creating Divide in Congress
Mountain Birds Will Die Out as Planet Warms
System Recognizes People From Body Shape, Walking Movements
Bill Gates Talks about the Future of Toilets
Amazon Not Commenting on Second Headquarters
Palau to Ban Sunscreen to Try to Save its Coral Reefs
China Opens International Import Expo, Promises to Buy More
Migrant Group in Mexico Pushes on Toward US Border
President Obama Pushes On For Innovation
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