Photo of Pompeo with text about importance of veterans and service (© Mary Altaffer/AP Images)

November 11: A celebration of military veterans [infographic]

Veterans Day is a November federal holiday in the United States that celebrates those who have served in the armed forces.
Statement on risk of human trafficking near Venezuela, photo of woman on phone covering her eyes (© Dolores Ochoa/AP Images)

The risk of human trafficking for Venezuelan women [infographic]

At a conference on the Venezuelan Refugee and Migrant Crisis, a State Department official laid out the dangers to women caused by the former Maduro regime.
Woman taking video of large crowd in arena (© Armando Franca/AP Images)

Working together for a safe 5G future

As technology changes the world, it can be used for good or ill. That's why countries need to come together around shared values for technology.
People watching man swing pickax against wall covered with graffiti (© Robert Wallis/Corbis/Getty Images)

Berlin Wall: From its start to its demise

The Berlin Wall stood as a symbol of the political and economic divisions splitting not only the city and Germany but also Europe itself.
Photo of Secretary Pompeo and remarks about China's predatory economic practices (© Mary Altaffer/AP Images)

Secretary Pompeo on China [infographic]

Secretary Pompeo says the U.S. has long cherished its friendship with China, but "it is no longer realistic" to ignore their fundamental differences.
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In photos: The Berlin Wall

For almost 30 years, the Berlin Wall prevented East Germans from seeking freedom in the West. See images of its beginnings and its end.
Michael R. Pompeo at lectern with people seated behind him (State Dept./Freddie Everett)

Pompeo recognizes ‘Ambassadors for the American way’

These four 2019 ACE winners show the benefits that American innovation and dynamism can bring to communities around the world.
Woman seated in front of blackboard (© Matthias Heisler)

Entrepreneur sees benefits in being an Austrian Muslim

For this immigrant entrepreneur, success is built on her Muslim faith, civic commitment and the U.S. State Department-sponsored leadership training.
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Hostages as bargaining chips: An Iranian tradition

Iran holds around a dozen dual and foreign citizens in prison on fake "national security" and "espionage" charges. It's been that way since 1979.