Terrorism

Details about reward offer and contact information flanking globe with dollar sign (State Dept.)

Up to $10 million for information on Hizballah

The Lebanese-based terrorist organization Hizballah commits acts of terror around the world. The U.S. is offering rewards to disrupt its finances.
Close-up of several Iranian flags (© Morteza Nikoubazl /Reuters)

More countries join U.S. efforts to curb Iran’s terrorist campaign

Here's what countries in Central America, Europe, Africa, South Asia and Southeast Asia have done to thwart the Iranian regime's global campaign of terror.
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The effect of maximum pressure by U.S. on Iran’s regime [video]

U.S. sanctions have deprived Iran's regime of billions of dollars that would otherwise have been used to fund wars and sow terror in the region.
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U.S. designates Iran’s ‘Guard Corps’ as terrorist organization [video]

Watch this video about why the U.S. Department of State has designated Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps as a foreign terrorist organization.
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U.S.: Iran’s ‘Guard Corps’ is a terrorist organization

By designating the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps a terrorist organization, the U.S. now has more tools to counter Iran's global campaign of terrorism.
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U.S., African and allied partners train to battle terrorism

The 2019 Flintlock counterterrorism exercise, sponsored by the U.S., is taking place in Burkina Faso with partner countries from Africa and elsewhere.
Mike Pompeo talking with Sultan Qaboos (© Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AP Images)

Secretary Pompeo in the Middle East

Secretary of State is on a nine-nation Middle East trip, assuring allies of the U.S. commitment to stopping terrorism and countering Iran.
Mike Pompeo speaking at lectern (© Amr Nabil/AP Images)

U.S. is ‘a force for good in the Middle East,’ Pompeo...

In a major address in Cairo, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo reiterated the U.S. commitment to keep working with Middle East allies to eradicate ISIS and counter Iran.
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U.S. and Philippine militaries stand shoulder to shoulder

The U.S. and the Philippines' defense treaty dates back to 1951. Their militaries train together and the countries work closely together to fight terrorism.