President Obama heads to Jamaica and Defense Secretary Carter heads to South Korea after a successful visit to Japan.
‘Governments are deceiving the public if they say the death penalty will solve crime problems,’ says Amnesty International’s Renzo Pomi.
It is the largest amount of assistance the U.S. has ever provided to a single crisis in one year.
Saudi Arabia widens its campaign against Yemeni rebels and France will begin work on a Security Council resolution demanding Israeli-Palestinian peace talks.
A new U.N. report celebrates global progress in the fight to reduce maternal mortality.
“We are not seeking a grand bargain,” Kerry said of the U.S. negotiations with Iran.
The U.N. Security Council establishes a sanctions regime for South Sudan and a Cambodian court indicts two Khmer Rouge members for crimes against humanity.
‘The HRC’s obsession with Israel actually risks undermining the credibility of the entire organization,’ Kerry said.
“We believe firmly that Israel’s security and the U.S.-Israel partnership transcend politics and it always will,” stated Power at the annual AIPAC conference on Monday.