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Hillary Clinton email scandal: Thousands of mails released, but many retroactively classified

Sep 01, 2015

Hillary Clinton email scandal: Thousands of mails released, but many retroactively classified

The US State Department released over 4,000 more of the emails former secretary of state Hillary Clinton kept on a private server Monday and revealed that some 150 others have been retroactively classified. #US #NewsTracker #Hillary Clinton #US State Department #email #Bill Clinton #mails #email scandal #classified #private server
US State Department releases Hillary Clinton's Benghazi emails

May 23, 2015

US State Department releases Hillary Clinton's Benghazi emails

The State Department on Friday released a part of emails by former secretary of state Hillary Clinton, now a Democratic presidential aspirant, related to a 2012 terrorist attack on the US consulate in Libya's Benghazi. #NewsTracker #Hillary Clinton #US State Department #Benghazi #Freedom of Information Act
Remove Cuba from terrorism list, says US State Dept to Obama

Apr 10, 2015

Remove Cuba from terrorism list, says US State Dept to Obama

The US State Department has recommended that President Barack Obama remove Cuba from the US list of state sponsors of terrorism, a US Senate Foreign Relations Committee aide said on Thursday. #Obama #US #NewsTracker #US State Department #President #Jamaica #Cuba
John Kerry denies certifying any aid for Pakistan ahead of India visit

Jan 07, 2015

John Kerry denies certifying any aid for Pakistan ahead of India visit

US Secretary of State John Kerry has not issued any certificate to the Congress on the progress made by Pakistan in taking action against terrorist groups, his spokesperson said today. #World #United States #Congress #Pakistan #NewsTracker #US State Department #US aid #John Kerry
Gujarat riots: US court asks state department to respond to objections over PM Modi's immunity

Nov 21, 2014

Gujarat riots: US court asks state department to respond to objections over PM Modi's immunity

A US court has asked State Department to respond to objections raised by a rights group over the immunity granted to PM Modi in connection with his alleged role in 2002 riots. #Narendra Modi #NewsTracker #US State Department #Gujarat Riots #Modi's US visa #Modi in US #Modi immunity
John Kerry lights diyas to celebrate first Diwali at US State Dept

Oct 24, 2014

John Kerry lights diyas to celebrate first Diwali at US State Dept

Amidst chanting of Vedic mantras and lighting of the traditional diya by none other than US Secretary of State John Kerry, Diwali was celebrated for the first time at the State Department. #United States #US #NewsTracker #US State Department #US Secretary of State #John Kerry #Diwali celebrations #Diwali 2014 #John Kerry Diwali
Court gives rights group till 4 November to challenge Modi's immunity

Oct 24, 2014

Court gives rights group till 4 November to challenge Modi's immunity

A US court has granted 15 days to the petitioners to respond to the State Department's "suggestion of immunity" to Prime Minister Narendra Modi in an alleged human rights violation case. #World #India #Barack Obama #Gujarat #Narendra Modi #NewsTracker #US State Department #US Federal Court
MH17 wreckage scattered in Ukraine as inquiry report released

Sep 10, 2014

MH17 wreckage scattered in Ukraine as inquiry report released

As evidence of the July 17 aviation disaster that killed all 298 people on board remained exposed to the elements, investigators hundreds of miles away in the Netherlands who have not yet visited the crash site because it is deemed too dangerous released a preliminary report that left key questions unanswered. #World #NewsTracker #Russia #US State Department #Netherlands #Ukraine #Malaysia Airlines #MH17
US hopes NSA surveillance on BJP won't impact bilateral ties

Jul 03, 2014

US hopes NSA surveillance on BJP won't impact bilateral ties

The United States has hoped its National Security Agency surveillance on the BJP, revelation of which has highly been objected by New Delhi, would not have an adverse impact on the bilateral relationship between the two countries. #India #BJP #Narendra Modi #NewsTracker #US State Department #Jen Psaki
US welcomes Sharif-Modi talks as 'positive' development

Jun 12, 2014

US welcomes Sharif-Modi talks as 'positive' development

"We encourage dialogue between India and Pakistan. We feel that's a positive step. There have been some steps in recent weeks that we've been encouraged by. We believe dialogue is an important step in the process between India and Pakistan," State Department Spokesperson Jen Psaki told reporters. #India #US #Pakistan #Narendra Modi #WhoSaidWhat #Nawaz Sharif #US State Department #Jen Psaki