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U.S. gives women the POWER to grow businesses globally

The State Department's POWER initiative helps female small-business owners and entrepreneurs around the world. Learn more about the program.
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Under Maduro regime, indigenous people suffer

Learn how the illegitimate Maduro regime has endangered Venezuela's indigenous population while blocking access to the democratic process.
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Maduro welcomes terrorist groups to Venezuela, says report

According to a recent U.S. Department of State report on terrorism, Nicolás Maduro actively encourages and welcomes terrorist groups to come to Venezuela.
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Under Maduro, nearly all Venezuelans live in poverty

A new report from ENCOVI shows that over 90 percent of Venezuelans live in poverty and are food insecure because of Maduro's economic mismanagement.
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U.N. report cites atrocities for Venezuelans in mining area

A new report compiled by the U.N. reveals the extent of human rights abuses in Venezuela's Orinoco mining arc, from limb amputations to brutal killings.
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Tracking COVID-19 with artificial intelligence

Researchers in the U.S. are using artificial intelligence to track COVID-19 outbreaks around the world and treat patients at home.
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U.S. private sector helps ASEAN fight COVID-19

American companies are invested in helping ASEAN member states fight COVID-19 through donations of money and medical supplies.
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U.S. COVID-19 webinars help medics in Central and South America

Experts from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are helping doctors and nurses in Latin America to fight the coronavirus.
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Instead of food for Venezuelans, cars for the wealthy

U.S. Homeland Security officials seize vehicles bound for Venezuela as part of an attempt by the corrupt Maduro regime to evade sanctions.