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The State Department says it will impose travel bans on extremist Jewish settlers implicated in a rash of attacks on Palestinians in the occupied West Bank.
The previously unreported meeting took place on Oct. 26, a former official told HuffPost.
A much-feared backup of U.S. passport applications has snarled summer plans for would-be travelers around the world.
The U.N. and Syrian government agreed to temporarily authorize more border crossings into the rebel enclave devastated by the regions deadly earthquake.
A senior State Department official says Wahl's body and possessions have been repatriated after his death last week covering the World Cup in Qatar.
“The United States cannot stand by as Mr. Fogel wastes away in a Russian hard labor camp,” the bipartisan group wrote in a letter to Blinken.
The Phoenix Mercury center and two-time U.S. Olympic gold medalist was arrested 4 1/2 months ago on charges of cannabis possession.
Mysterious injuries first began to be reported among U.S. embassy staff in Havana, Cuba, in late 2016 and have since spread to nearly 70 countries.
Cherelle and Brittney Griner have not spoken by phone in the four months since the basketball star's arrest in Russia, where she remains jailed.
Newt Gingrich ranted on Fox News about President Joe Biden’s administration authorizing U.S. embassies to fly the pride flag, calling it “attacking people of traditional values.”