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Watch a live broadcast of today's Daily Press Briefing with Spokesperson Jen Psaki, scheduled to start at approximately 1:00 p.m. EST.
In Other News
- Daily Press Briefing: Egypt
Spokesperson Psaki (Mar. 7): "We were pleased to join 27 countries to reiterate our common concern for the universal human rights of all Egyptian citizens." Full Text»
- Disappearance of Robert Levinson
Secretary Kerry (Mar. 9): "We respectfully ask the Government of Iran to work cooperatively with us on the investigation into his disappearance so we can ensure his safe return." Full Text»
- Escalation of Violence in Darfur
Spokesperson Psaki (Mar. 8): "The United States strongly condemns attacks on civilians and calls upon the Government of Sudan to prevent further violence and to cease its own campaign of aerial bombardments." More»
- Secretary Kerry's Travel
Secretary Kerry Mar. 6: "The reason that my counterparts and I came to Rome today was to demonstrate our commitment to Libya’s democratic transition." Full Text» Trip Page»
- Illicitly Obtained Oil From Libya
Spokesperson Psaki (Mar. 9): "The United States is deeply concerned by reports that a vessel sailing under the name Morning Glory is loading a cargo of illicitly obtained oil at the Libyan port of As-Sidra." Full Text»
- 100,000 Strong in the Americas
Mar. 7: Innovative plans to expand international student mobility by 10 universities across Latin America were recognized with capacity-building grants as part of President Obama's 100,000 Strong in the Americas initiative. More»
- Diplomacy in Action
The Department's Diplomatic Reception Rooms unveiled a new digital learning resource in a free online conference. More»
- INL Bureau
INL manages U.S. foreign assistance for developing justice systems to advance our common fight against transnational organized crime. More»
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