Soldiers and civilians use sticks to cut the opium poppies in a jungle field in Shan State, northeast of Burma (File)
Southeast Asian nation may face sanctions for its non-compliance.
Iran's government has been actively helping Bashar al-Assad's regime to crack down on peaceful protestors.
U.S. remains concerned about the fighting, bombings and humanitarian crisis.
Twenty Haitian high school students and two teachers recently came to the U.S. to learn better how to respond to disasters.
China's government has "engaged in or tolerated particularly severe violations of religious freedom."
Three USAID grants aim to help create a mobile banking system that all Afghans could use.
Empowering women globally is one of the surest ways to create favorable outcomes in economic growth.
Once again, the government of Iran is ranked as one of the worst violators of religious freedom.
System will help protect NATO Allies and contribute to the security of the United States.
As a friend and partner to Uganda, the United States supports Uganda's effort to bring to justice those responsible for the bombings.
"The protection of religious freedom is a fundamental concern of the United States going back to the earliest days of our republic."
The United States is deeply concerned about the well-being of migrants and refugees in Libya.
Ten years after September 11th, the world is at a moment of historic change and opportunity.
The policy has been successful, leading to a much improved climate of relations, and concrete achievements such as the New Start Treaty.
The United States condemns in the strongest terms the killing of Syrian human rights activist Ghiyath Mattar.
While reforms have been made, the political and electoral changes needed to conduct elections have not occurred.
On September 1st, we celebrated the 60th anniversary of the ANZUS Treaty, which remains a keystone of our relationship with Australia.
Latest IAEA report again highlights Iran's failure to comply with its international nuclear obligations.
The United States sent a strong delegation to the Pacific Islands Forum in Auckland, New Zealand.
From time to time, the United States identifies certain individuals as crucial to the operation of terrorist organizations.
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Esther Brimmer recently gave an address to the Institute of Peace.
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