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Find out why they made Forbes’ list

These young entrepreneurs and innovators honored by Forbes magazine are also alumni of State Department exchange programs.
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Global consensus grows on risks of China’s 5G firms

Countries and companies around the world are recognizing the risks posed by untrustworthy 5G telecommunications equipment supplied by Chinese firms.
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Pompeo in India: ‘Our partnership has been steadily growing’

Learn more about the historic September 6 meeting among top diplomatic and military officials from the U.S. and India in New Delhi.
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In photos: Yazidi women clear ISIS bombs

Yazidi women working for the Mines Advisory Group clear land mines and explosives from formerly ISIS held areas in northern Iraq.
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U.S. and Israel strengthen economic and scientific ties

The 2019 U.S.-Israel Joint Economic Development Group meetings addressed women's empowerment and closer collaboration on artificial intelligence research.
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Iranian-linked ships purged from Panama’s ship registry

In response to U.S. sanctions on Iran, Panama's maritime agency has stripped 59 Iranian-linked ships of the right to fly the Panamanian flag.
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At Japan summit, Pompeo joining Trump to advance security and trade

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrives June 27 at the Group of 20 Leaders' Summit with a full schedule during his two-day stay.
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First ladies share goals for children, wildlife conservation in Kenya

During her visit to Kenya, first lady Melania Trump visited a home for children separated from their mothers and fed a baby elephant at a rescue facility.
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U.S. police officers help peers fight hate crimes

U.S. police officers are working on curbing hate crimes in their communities and around the world by sharing their experiences with other local forces.