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Sept. 2: Educating yourself about the Ebola virus is one way to help stop the virus from spreading. Watch President Obama's message on the Ebola virus and visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for more information. More» CDC»
In Other News
- Daily Press Briefing: Azerbaijan
Spokesperson Psaki (Aug. 28): "We are deeply concerned by recent restrictions on peaceful civil society activities in Azerbaijan. ... We urge Azerbaijan to respect the universal rights of its citizens." Full Text»
- Launch of "State of Rights" Series
The State Department announces the Sept. 3 launch of the "State of Rights" series -- an interactive dialogue on global trends that affect both emerging powers and fledgling democracies. More»
- Travel to Afghanistan
Sept. 2: Assistant Secretary Frantz has arrived in Kabul, Afghanistan to assist Embassy colleagues with strategic communications efforts and meet with Kabul-based international and Afghan journalists. More»
- Travel to Wales, U.K.
On Sept. 4-5, Secretary Kerry will accompany President Obama during his visit to Wales to participate in the Summit meeting of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. More» DipNote»
- European Transgender Council Meeting
Sept. 2: The European Transgender Council Meeting -- a gathering of 200 transgender activists, allies, researchers, and funders, in Budapest, Hungary -- is the first such conference to take place in Central and Eastern Europe. More»
- Lesotho Emergency Message for U.S. Citizens
Sept. 1: The State Department has ordered the departure of non-employed family members of U.S. Mission personnel due to concerns over a possible deterioration of the security situation in Lesotho. More»
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