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US citizen recently died in Ukraine, State Department says

A US citizen recently died in Ukraine, the US State Department said Monday, the latest known American to die in the country since Russia's invasion in February. → Read More

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US sanctions two Haitian politicians accused of involvement in drug trafficking

The United States on Friday imposed sanctions on two Haitian politicians accused of involvement in drug trafficking. → Read More

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Blinken says the consequences for using a nuclear weapon have been conveyed to Putin

The consequences for Russia if it uses a nuclear weapon in its war on Ukraine have been conveyed to Russian President Vladimir Putin, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Wednesday. → Read More

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State Department: US citizen recently died in the Donbas region of Ukraine

A State Department spokesperson on Thursday confirmed that a US citizen recently died in the Donbas region of Ukraine. → Read More

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Biden announces return of seven American detainees from Venezuela

President Joe Biden on Saturday announced the return of seven Americans he said were wrongfully detained in Venezuela for "years." → Read More

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US imposing 'swift and severe costs' on Russia following Putin's Ukraine annexation

The US is imposing what it describes as "swift and severe costs" on Russia, including sanctions on a figure the Biden administration says is key to Russia's economy, after President Vladimir Putin announced the annexation of regions of Ukraine following what the West casts as "sham referenda." → Read More

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US imposing 'swift and severe costs' on Russia following Putin's Ukraine annexation

The US is imposing what it describes as "swift and severe costs" on Russia, including sanctions on a figure the Biden administration says is key to Russia's economy, after President Vladimir Putin announced the annexation of regions of Ukraine following what the West casts as "sham referenda." → Read More

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US Embassy warns Americans to leave Russia

The US Embassy in Moscow issued a security alert overnight that again urged US citizens to leave Russia immediately while there are still options for departing the country. → Read More

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Blinken says US will ‘look for ways to facilitate technology services’ to Iranians to maintain access to internet amid blackouts

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Tuesday that the Biden administration "will certainly look for ways to facilitate technology services being made accessible to people in Iran" amid widespread internet outages during the nationwide unrest. → Read More

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American held captive in Afghanistan for more than 2 years is released in prisoner swap

Mark Frerichs, an American held captive in Afghanistan for more than two years, has been released in a prisoner swap, a senior Biden administration official confirmed Monday. → Read More

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US deploys Disaster Assistance Response Team to Pakistan to respond to deadly flooding

The US Agency for International Development (USAID) has deployed a Disaster Assistance Response Team to respond to the devastating flooding in Pakistan. → Read More

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American nun held hostage in Burkina Faso is released with help of US forces

An 83-year-old American nun from Louisiana who was held hostage by terrorists in Burkina Faso for almost five months was released on Monday. → Read More

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US confirms it has sent response to EU on proposal to salvage the Iran nuclear deal

The United States has sent its response to the European Union on a proposal to try to save the Iran nuclear deal, the US State Department confirmed Wednesday. → Read More

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Marc Fogel: Bipartisan group of senators urge State Department to designate American teacher as 'wrongfully detained' in Russia

A group of nine bipartisan senators called on Secretary of State Antony Blinken to immediately designate an American teacher sentenced to 14 years in Russian prison as "wrongfully detained," a classification that would allow the US government to undertake active diplomatic efforts to secure his release. → Read More

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Blinken meets with family of slain Palestinian American journalist Shireen Abu Akleh in Washington

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken met with the family of slain Palestinian American journalist Shireen Abu Akleh at the State Department on Tuesday. → Read More

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Family of American teacher sentenced to 14 years hard labor in Russia calls on Biden administration to formally negotiate for his release

The family of an American sentenced to 14 years at a hard labor camp in Russia fears that he has been given what amounts to a "a death sentence" and is calling on the Biden administration to designate him as wrongfully detained, which would trigger formal diplomatic efforts to secure his release. → Read More

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Two Americans killed in Ukraine's Donbas region

Two American citizens recently died in the Donbas region of Ukraine, the State Department confirmed Saturday. → Read More

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White House unveils new executive order on US hostages and wrongful detainees

President Joe Biden signed a new executive order Tuesday that senior administration officials say is meant to deter hostage taking and wrongful detentions around the world and strengthen efforts to bring unlawfully detained Americans home. → Read More

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Biden and Harris speak with Brittney Griner's wife

President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris spoke by phone Wednesday with Cherelle Griner, the wife of WNBA star Brittney Griner, who is detained in a Russian prison, according to the White House. → Read More

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US says Israeli military gunfire likely responsible for Shireen Abu Akleh's death but examination of bullet inconclusive

An examination of the bullet that killed Al Jazeera correspondent and Palestinian-American citizen Shireen Abu Akleh "could not reach a definitive conclusion" regarding its origin, due to the condition of the bullet, but the US Security Coordinator has "concluded that gunfire from [Israel Defense Forces] positions was likely responsible" for her death, State Department spokesperson Ned Price… → Read More