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Filipino-American sailors aboard the USS John P Murtha, docked in San Diego, share their impressions of Navy life with FPC tour participants on February 2, 2017 (U.S. Department of State).

The U.S. Department of State recently hosted 10 distinguished Filipino journalists for a reporting tour of the United States. Amid the backdrop of the recent U.S...

The author (Michael Tirre) talks with area residents during a visit to Zimbabwe’s Burma Valley.

Imagine living with your family beside a field of landmines stretching for almost 150 miles.

Haft-Seen table in recognition of Nowruz traditions sits at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, D.C.

This week, millions of people around the world celebrated Nowruz, an ancient tradition that marks the beginning of spring and a new year.

Cabo Verde’s Prime Minister José Ulisses de Pina Correia e Silva (front row, center) was among national, local and U.S. officials who joined island of Sal residents at the inauguration of the Santa Maria Wastewater Treatment Plant on March 7.

Of the nine inhabited islands that make up the West African archipelago of Cabo Verde, the island of Sal is one of the driest.

Mary Utsewa admires stalks of corn that eclipsed her in height. Thanks to a USAID donation, she recently harvested 1,000 kilograms to consume and sell.

Once displaced by war, thousands of Nigerian farmers are cultivating again.

Picture of US Department of State seal

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