U.S. says Maduro should not have representative on U.N. Human Rights Council
The U.S. strongly opposes having a representative of the former Maduro regime occupy a seat on the U.N. Human Rights Council.
U.S. wins record $7.5 billion award in WTO Airbus subsidies case
The World Trade Organization has granted its largest award ever to the U.S. after finding E.U. subsidies of Airbus harmed U.S. manufacturers and workers.
Faces of religious persecution: Dabrina Bet-Tamraz
Hear Dabrina Bet-Tamraz tell the story of her family’s persecution by the government of the Islamic Republic of Iran due to their Christian faith.
‘Warsaw Process’ initiative promotes stability in cyberspace
An international partnership on Middle East peace is seeking to bolster cybersecurity amid increasing threats in the region and beyond.
U.S. imposes visa restrictions on Chinese officials for human rights violations in Xinjiang
Chinese officials who are taking part in the ongoing persecution of Uighur and other Muslim ethnic minorities are now restricted from traveling to the U.S.
2019 Nobel Prize winners: Chemistry
The creation of lithium-ion batteries has made a dramatic impact on society and earned two American scientists a Nobel Prize for their innovation.
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