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Secretary of State Antony Blinken walking with German Chancellor Angela Merkel (State Dept./Ron Przysucha)

U.S. reaffirms trans-Atlantic and NATO ties with Europe

Secretary of State Antony Blinken visited allies in Germany, France, Italy and the Vatican to address shared concerns and global challenges.
Women and children walking past heavily damaged mosque and rubble (© Felipe Dana/AP Images)

The United States and UAE partner against ISIS propaganda

The Sawab Center, a joint U.S.-UAE social media and content creation hub, is fighting ISIS propaganda online.
Small group of people standing by wall and gesturing in fear (© Ismail Coskun/HA/AP Images)

U.S. provides training to prevent atrocities

The U.S. is helping nations prevent atrocities against vulnerable populations with data and specialized training. Read about U.S. aid to nations in need.
Four children smiling, waving flags (© Muhammet Kasim/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)

U.S. in Iraq helps ensure enduring defeat of ISIS

The U.S. is committed to ensuring the enduring defeat of ISIS and supporting Iraq. Learn more about the two nations' successful partnership.
Women in field holding radio and metal detector (© Sean Sutton/MAG)

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.
People standing near woman kissing smiling child (© Philip Issa/AP Images)

Pompeo: U.S. will continue to lead fight against ISIS

The U.S. will continue to lead a global coalition that has achieved major successes against ISIS and is working to prevent the terrorist group's resurgence.
Graphic with data on defeating ISIS (State Dept./D. Thompson)

Global Coalition to Defeat ISIS weighs next steps [infographic]

International partners are gathering in Washington on November 14 to plan for continuing counterterrorism efforts after the defeat of ISIS.
Pompeo and Mnuchin at lectern taking questions from reporters (© Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images)

U.S. tightens sanctions’ grip on terror networks

The Trump administration is strengthening U.S. authority to target terrorist networks and their financial supporters around the world.
Illustration of three hazmat-suited figures carrying giant nuclear symbol (State Dept.)

Keeping weapons away from terrorists in Africa

From securing pathogens in research hospitals to eliminating small arms in conflict zones, the U.S. is helping African governments protect their people.