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  • Consul General Amy P. Westling in Selestat (DOS Photo)

    Liberation of Selestat Commemoration

    "France and the United States go forward in the hope that the ties that bind our nations in common values will give us the strength to build a better world even today, when we are faced with challenges to those very values of freedom and democracy."

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  • Secretary Kerry

    Kerry on Iran Nuclear Talks

    Secretary of State John Kerry comments on negotiations in Montreux, Switzerland, with Iranian officials on Iran's nuclear program.

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  • Girls

    President Obama "Every Girl Is Precious,"

    To educate a girl is to build a healthier family, a stronger community, and a brighter future. Unfortunately today, 62 million girls around the world are not in school.

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  • Secretary Kerry at Human Rights Council in Geneva on March 2, 2015 (DOS Image).

    Kerry at U.N. Human Rights Council in Geneva

    Secretary of State John Kerry addresses delegates in the Human Rights Chamber at the United Nations Palais des Nations on March 2, 2015, in Geneva, Switzerland (State Dept Image).

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