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Joe Biden · Washington
Biden administration announces new $2.5 billion security aid package for Ukraine
The Pentagon announced a $2.5 billion Ukraine security package on Thursday, including for the first time Stryker armored vehicles and more Bradley fighting vehicles that could be used against any potential Russian offensive in Ukraine this spring. See the Story
45% Center coverage: 45 sources
Syria Rejects OPCW 'Misleading Report' on Alleged Chemical Attack - World news - Tasnim News Agency
The U.S. State Department says there is no evidence of a chemical attack in Syria. But the U.N. says there are grounds to believe the attack was carried out by the Syrian government. The Syrian government has denied the claim, saying the claim is based on false information.See the Story
100% Right coverage: 1 sources
Actions to Impose Additional Visa Restrictions in Response to the Taliban’s Ban on Women’s University Education and Working with NGOs
I am taking action today to impose additional visa restrictions on/certain current or former Taliban members, members of non-state security groups, and other individuals believed to be responsible for, or complicit in, repressing women and girls in Afghanistan. The immediate family members of such persons may also be subject to these visa restrictions. The Taliban cannot expect the respect and support of the international community until they respect the human rights and fundamental freedoms of all Afghans.See the Story
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Kevin McCarthy · Washington
How the U.S. House of Representatives elects a speaker
McCarthy, 57, is the party's nominee for speaker after leading the Republican Party to a slim majority in the November midterm elections. He secured the support of most of the conference during a closed-door leadership vote shortly after and overcame a challenge from Rep. Andy Biggs, R-Ariz.See the Story
63% Center coverage: 92 sources
WATCH | 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence kicks off
A large group of women, men and teenagers marched to the KwaZulu-Natal Legislature in Pietermaritzburg on Friday. The march was part of the launch of the 16 days of activism starting from Friday until December 10. The memorandum was handed to the speaker of the KZN legislature, Ntobeko Boyce.See the Story
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At COP27, Our Climate Future is Female: A Progress Report on Implementing U.S. Efforts to Advance Women and Girls’ Climate Action
On November 14, 2022, Gender Day at COP27, the U.S. government is proud to announce the following strategies, initiatives, and programs. These programs address the disproportionate impacts of the climate crisis on women and girls and empowering women and girl as climate leaders.See the Story
Secretary Blinken’s Call with Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy
Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken spoke today with Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed about efforts to bring lasting peace to northern Ethiopia. Secretary Blinken recognized ongoing efforts by the Ethiopian government to work towards unhindered humanitarian assistance and restoration of basic services. He noted that the United States remains committed to supporting the African Union-led process.See the Story
Africa · United States
The Constitutional Court in the Central African Republic - United States Department of State
The United States notes with deep concern a series of recent actions relative to members of the Constitutional Court in the Central African Republic, particularly the October 25 removal of Constitutional Court President Daniele Darlan. Judicial independence is a central tenet of democracy. We call on the Central African authorities to ensure the safety and […]See the Story
Asia · Armenia
Department Press Briefing – December 13, 2022 - United States Department of State
1:30 p.m. EST MR PRICE: Thanks very much. Good afternoon, everyone. Thanks for joining today’s telephonic briefing. A couple things at the top and then we’ll turn to your questions. First, following Secretary Blinken’s November 29 announcement at the NATO Ministerial of over $53 million in emergency support for Ukraine’s electric grid, today we are […]See the Story
Corruption · Armenia
Combating Global Corruption and Human Rights Abuses - United States Department of State
On the occasion of International Anti-Corruption Day and on the eve of International Human Rights Day, the United States is taking the following actions to promote accountability for corruption and human rights abuse around the world. These actions include financial sanctions, using Executive Order (E.O.) 13818, which builds upon and implements the Global Magnitsky Act, […]See the Story