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It is shocking to note that almost half of the world’s countries have laws and policies that criminalize blasphemy, apostasy, conversion, or so-called “defamation of religion.” These “crimes” are sometimes punishable by death, as is the case in 12 countries, or life imprisonment. The impact of such laws, which tend to be vague and poorly defined, tends to drastically limit the exercise of freedom of religion and expression. They all too often lead to the persecution of members of minority groups:
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Who the hell is USA to teach morals ?
-Start with zionist-neoconic laws,
-imposed Satanic mafia culture,
-anti-Islam propaganda,
-legalized & institutionalized prostitution of females & Children,
-inciting hatred against religions,
-imposed pervert media women status as an sex object, sexual perversity,
-imposed homosexuality, lesbo trends,
-imposed mediatic disrespect of sex, sexuality.
-imposed western & American atheist democracy crap,
-imposed Dictatorship in arab world, 3rd world & Latin Americas,
-religious fanaticism exploited by USA & Israel.
-Consortium mafia laws of International Globalized Terrorism Industry
ruled by Political Arms Industrials. Super power mafia rules.
- Organised Genocides of population killing men women children families
thru UNO Security council baised private decisions.
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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry shakes hands with Nigerian Ministry of Foreign Affairs after arriving at Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, in Abuja, #Nigeria.
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The U.S. and Chile work together on a broad range of issues. From trade to defense, peacekeeping, climate change, educational exchanges, astronomy exploration and providing services as needed to the 20,000 US residents in Chile + the additional 80,000 Americans who visit the country each year. Cooperation between the U.S. and Chile is key to tackling today's global challenges and the U.S. ambassador is responsible for overseeing and maintaining the bilateral relationship. It may sound like hard work but Ambassador Mike Hammer makes it look easy.

Listen to Ambassador Hammer discuss his work and career in the latest episode of Meet the Ambassador:
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Representing the U.S. in Chile: Michael A. Hammer by U.S. Department of State
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The United States strongly condemns the terrorist attacks carried out today against the Ministry of Transport in Mogadishu and government offices in Galkaayo.

We express our heartfelt condolences to those who were affected by today's tragedy. We note the Galkaayo attack detonated near an open market, resulting in the death of 15 people and more than 80 injuries.

The Somali people continue to bear the brunt of the trauma and destabilization resulting from al-Shabaab's vicious and persistent attacks. The United States will continue to stand with the people of #Somalia, the Federal Government of Somalia, and our international partners to help to reclaim and rebuild a more peaceful, inclusive, and secure country for the citizens of Somalia:
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The United States strongly condemns yesterday’s heinous attack on a wedding party in Gaziantep. We extend heartfelt condolences to the friends and families of the victims and we wish a full and speedy recovery for the many who were wounded. We stand by our ally and partner #Turkey and reaffirm our commitment to defeating the common threat of terrorism:
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The 2016 Women in Science (WiSci) Girls STEAM camp brought together nearly 100 teenage girls from Chile, Mexico, Peru, and the United States with hands-on engagement in the various science, technology, engineering, arts and design, and math (STEAM) fields, in addition to mentoring, leadership development, and cross-cultural learning opportunities.

Read more on this public and private sector effort to address shared challenges and increase women’s economic participation by bringing them together and widening their understanding of career opportunities:
The 2016 Women in Science (WiSci) Girls STEAM camp brought together nearly 100 teenage girls from Chile, Mexico, Peru, and the United States for hands-on engagement in the various science, technology, engineering, arts and design, and math fields.
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Lifelong educator and community college champion, Dr. Jill Biden, sent a powerful message in her keynote address earlier this month at the seventh annual EducationUSA Forum that “education is the key to unlock the golden door of freedom." The U.S. Department of State’s EducationUSA network reaches millions of international students each year and provides accurate, current, and comprehensive information about opportunities to achieve their dreams of studying in the United States.

At this year’s EducationUSA Forum, 575 U.S. higher education community representatives, 60 EducationUSA education experts from around the world, and government officials convened to share best practices on how to recruit, retain, engage, and support international students on American campuses. Participants discussed traditional and virtual recruiting strategies, promoting access through digital resources, emerging trends in international student mobility, community college outreach, and more:
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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry poses for a group photo with participants in the Youth Exchange and Study (YES) Program after delivering a speech about countering violent extremism and promoting good governance following a meeting with government officials and religious leaders at the Sultan’s Palace in Sokoto, Nigeria:
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The United States is deeply concerned by the death of Gambian opposition member Ibrima Solo Krummah, who reportedly died on August 20 while in government custody. We remain troubled by reports of the Gambian government’s continued mistreatment of detained opposition figures, as evidenced by recent deaths and allegations of torture.
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Secretary Kerry announced nearly $138 million in additional humanitarian assistance to help the South Sudanese people, who have suffered through almost three years of senseless, brutal fighting:
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+mikey morris Well that's very charitable of you! I bet they love you at church when the collection plate goes by! #ObamaProud
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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry Arrives at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi, #Kenya.

Secretary Kerry is in Kenya to meet with President Kenyatta to discuss regional security issues and counterterrorism cooperation, as well as bilateral issues. Secretary Kerry will also meet with Kenyan Foreign Minister Amina Mohamed and other regional foreign ministers to discuss key challenges in East Africa, including the prospects for resumption of a political process in South Sudan and support to Somalia’s political transition and ongoing fight against al-Shabaab. He will also have the opportunity to meet with participants of the Young African Leaders Initiative and the Mandela Washington Fellows programs.
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By the way Big John ,, as a keen follower of you're non stop travels in the World , promoting peace , security , as a UK Citizen I have put you're name forward for the New Years Honors List to the UK Parliament and Crown , you and you're teams energy and commitment to World Peace and Security deserve to be recognised . 
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Shaquille O’Neal, standing at seven feet and one inch tall, is a 15-time National Basketball Association (NBA) all-star and Olympic champion. Kaleb Canales made history as the youngest active NBA head coach with the Portland Trailblazers and is now making an impact as the Assistant Coach of the Dallas Mavericks.

Together O’Neal and Canales became the first official U.S. Department of State Basketball Sports Envoys to #Cuba, taking U.S. diplomacy to new heights by forging positive ties with the people of Cuba through the unifying power of sports:
Shaquille O’Neal and Kaleb Canales became the first official U.S. Department of State Basketball Sports Envoys to Cuba, taking U.S. diplomacy to new heights by forging positive ties with the people of Cuba through the unifying power of sports.
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