President Trump pardons ‘Corn,’ America’s National Thanksgiving Turkey

On behalf of the entire Trump Family, I want to wish every American a Healthy and Happy Thanksgiving! Today we gathered in the Rose Garden to continue a beloved annual tradition: the Official Presidential Pardon of a very fortunate Thanksgiving Turkey…. pic.twitter.com/O92pWUKrBv — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 24, 2020

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Ambassador Kelly Degnan on Secretary Pompeo’s visit to Georgia

The U.S. Embassy in Tbilisi was proud to welcome Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Mrs. Pompeo to Georgia. Secretary Pompeo came to Tbilisi to demonstrate the United States’ strong support for Georgia’s choice to deepen its Euro-Atlantic ties, and to reaffirm our unwavering support for Georgia’s sovereignty and territorial integrity in the face of …

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U.S. campaign songs stir the public imagination [video]

Music and politics have been closely linked throughout U.S. history, with songs that promote candidates (or attack their rivals) dating back more than 200 years. Those songs have often reflected the bruising nature of  U.S. campaigns , which Stuart Eizenstat — a U.S. diplomat and former White House domestic affairs director for President Jimmy Carter — once …

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USAID supports the right of all people to participate in democratic elections and political processes

USAID supports the right of all people to participate in democratic elections and political processes. Along with our partners at the International Republican Institute, we encourage everyone to get out and vote on October 31!

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Iran’s regime must stop persecuting the Baháʼí [video]

The Iranian regime has persecuted the Baháʼí religious community since the 1979 Islamic Revolution. Members of the Baháʼí faith are arrested on false charges, such as “engaging in espionage.” Baháʼí students are prohibited from attending universities. The regime’s constitution  does not recognize the Baháʼí faith , even though the Baháʼí community is one of the largest religious minority groups in Iran. …

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Global humanitarian aid has never been more important [video]

The United States is the world’s largest single donor of humanitarian assistance. When more than 168 million people need humanitarian assistance and protection, every country has a responsibility to help. COVID-19 has created the need for even more help and made that help harder to deliver. Watch this video to learn more.

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A huge step forward for women voters turns 100 [video]

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the  19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution , which granted American women — in effect, white women — the right to vote. While it took several more decades — and the civil rights movement — for all U.S. women to be legally allowed to vote, the 19th Amendment was a big …

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The consequences of ending the arms embargo against Iran [video]

The United Nations arms embargo on Iran expires in October. If it is not extended, Iran can supply weapons that fuel conflicts such as those in Lebanon and Yemen. The weapons could be used to attack Israel or Saudi Arabia. Without the embargo, Iran can sell weapons around the world to dictators such as Nicolás …

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Secretary Pompeo delivered opening remarks at the Ministerial Meeting of the Global Coalition to Defeat ISIS’s Small Group (June 4)

Secretary Pompeo delivered opening remarks at the Ministerial Meeting of the Global Coalition to Defeat ISIS’s Small Group (June 4) Secretary Pompeo Shares Remarks during Ministerial Meeting of the Global Coalition to Defeat ISIS Today, Secretary Pompeo delivered opening remarks at the Ministerial Meeting of the Global Coalition to Defeat ISIS’s Small Group. Posted by U.S. Department of State on Thursday, June 4, 2020 SECRETARY POMPEO:  Thank you, Foreign Minister Di Maio.  Luigi, …

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U.S. collaborates with international community on COVID-19 [video] (May 27)

U.S. collaborates with international community on COVID-19 (May 27)   The U.S. is working as part of the  international community  to discover treatment options, share research and build partnerships to defeat COVID-19. The American  private sectoracademic institutions  and government facilities are joining their allies and building unbreakable ties in their unified fight against the new coronavirus.

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U.S. businesses support COVID-19 response [video] (May 12)

U.S. businesses support COVID-19 response (May 12)   American businesses, both  large  and  small , are rapidly shifting their production lines to  respond to demands for products  that help combat the new coronavirus. Watch this video to learn more about how American workers are helping medical personnel and citizens stay protected against COVID-19.

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World Water Day: Celebrating International Cooperation for Water Access (March 22)

World Water Day: Celebrating International Cooperation for Water Access (March 22) Thanks to international cooperation, millions of people across the world have received access to clean water and sanitation, but still more work needs to be done. On World Water Day March 22, celebrate and review progress toward  U.N. Sustainable Development Goal 6 , access to safe water for all by …

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Young Entrepreneur’s School (December 29)

In the framework of Global Entrepreneurship Week the U.S. Embassy in partnership with Microfinance Organization Crystal held the first commencement ceremony for the Young Entrepreneurs’ School. Young entrepreneurs presented their business ideas to Georgian and American stakeholders who commanded presenters on their significant potential and achievements.

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