s president in Bolivian history. Photo taken on July 7, 2013, shows the Bolivia embassy in Moscow, Russia. Bolivian President Evo Morales announced Saturday his country will offer.
East Asia Summit, it said. Campbell also met with visiting Lieutenant General Tran Quang Khue, Vietnam's Deputy Chief of General Staff, according to the statement. WASHINGTON, Aug.
Party (PKK) which killed 13 Turkish soldiers on Thursday and that combating terrorism was one of the mutual concerns of both countries. All problems should be tackled by having a .
arie Harf said at a daily briefing. The State Department's own review of the Benghazi incident over the past months reaffirmed the findings of the review board that failed to hold.
pan. U.S. engagement in Asia is "founded upon our core alliances in the region, and of course South Korea and Japan are at the top of that list," Ben Rhodes, Deputy National Secur.
pons hasn't slowed, it has increased." "I have found cooperation on this matter with President Bush and with President Obama, but obviously institutional cooperation ends up being.
drug trafficking and organized crime, and pledged increased cooperation from Washington on these issues. In El Salvador, the U.S. president praised Salvadoran President Mauricio .
Afghanistan, according to the American Forces Press Service affiliated with the Pentagon. "We're going to have a very tough year this year. I've been very straight with the Americ.
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trictive measures taken by G20 economies were recorded since mid-October 2011. To promote open trade and investment, the G20 leaders on Tuesday vowed to resist "protectionism in a.
and Caribbean Unity Summit. "I am proud of having got the strongest support to our issue of the Malvinas," she said. Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner delivers a .