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United States Reaches Settlement with Federal Way Public Schools to Resolve Student Complaints of Harassment on the Basis of Religion and National Origin


Today the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division and the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Washington announced a settlement agreement with Federal Way Public Schools in Washington to resolve an investigation into allegations of peer-on-peer harassment on the basis of religion and national origin.


US special forces rescue abducted American in Nigeria. Statement From the President Trump On Last Night’s Hostage Rescue


Last night, at my direction, the United States military conducted a successful operation to rescue an American hostage in Nigeria, kidnapped just 96 hours earlier. United States Special Forces executed a daring nighttime operation to rescue their fellow American with exceptional skill, precision, and bravery. No United States Service Members were harmed. The former hostage


Rohingya conference pledges to ‘remain steadfast’ in finding solutions to crisis


A joint UN-hosted donor conference to rally international support behind Myanmar’s displaced Rohingya minority, ended on Thursday with a promise to continue engaging with concerned countries towards finding a long-term solution to their plight. “We will continue to work together to maintain international attention on the Rohingya crisis and to shift from short-term critical interventions, to a


ODIHR opens election observation mission in the United States


WASHINGTON D.C., 30 September 2020 – The OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) today opened an election observation mission for the 3 November general elections in the United States, following an invitation from the national authorities. As one of the OSCE’s 57 participating States, the United States has committed itself to conducting

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