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Acting Counter-Terrorism Coordinator Betts’ Travel to Indonesia – United States Department of State

Acting Counter-Terrorism Coordinator Timothy Betts will travel to Jakarta, Indonesia on October 3. During the trip, he will hold a counter-terrorism dialogue with Indonesia’s National Counter-Terrorism Agency to discuss cooperation under the 2018 Memorandum of Understanding between the Government of the United States and the Government of the Republic of Indonesia on Strengthening Counter-Terrorism Cooperation, to include the use of watch lists to exchange information about terrorist travels. For additional information, contact CT_PublicAffairs@state.gov.

National Disability Employment Awareness Month – United States Department of State

In October, the United States celebrates National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) to promote the contributions and innovations of people with disabilities to our nation’s workforce. The 2022 NDEAM theme is “Disability: Part of the Equity Equation,” which recognizes the key role that people with disabilities play in workforce diversity and inclusion in both the public and private sectors. Disability is a key component of the State Department’s work to advance diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility (DEIA) within our workforce and within our foreign policy. An inclusive workforce is essential to broad-based economic growth worldwide. An accessible workplace with strongRead News

Secretary Antony J. Blinken And Canadian Foreign Minister Mélanie Joly On A Joint Press Availability – United States Department of State

SECRETARY BLINKEN:  Good afternoon, everyone. Bonjour, tout le monde. Secretary of State Joly, Mélanie, as always, I am pleased to welcome you back to the State Department, to the United States, and it is a great pleasure to continue our ongoing collaboration on so many issues that connect our countries. As is appropriate for such a close friend and ally, the discussion we had today touched on an incredibly wide range of critically important issues that have a real impact on the lives of our citizens, both Canadians and Americans, as well as people across globe. We, of course, discussed ourRead News

US has a lot to gain from Nord Stream damage, Russia says at UN.

Sept 30 (Reuters) – Russia’s ambassador to the United Nations told the Security Council on Friday that the United States has much to gain in gas trade due to damage to the Nord Stream pipeline system under the Baltic Sea, but stopped short of blaming Washington for this week of explosions. A council meeting called at Russia’s request addressed leaks discovered on Tuesday at the Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines, which Russian-controlled Gazprom ( GAZP.MM ) and its European partners spent billions of dollars on. A main question about the blasts was whether the United States could profit fromRead News

Statement by President Biden on Russia’s attempts to annex Ukrainian territory

The United States condemns Russia’s fraudulent attempt today to annex sovereign Ukrainian territory. Russia violates international law, tramples on the United Nations Charter and everywhere shows its contempt for peaceful nations. Make no mistake: these actions have no legitimacy. The United States will always respect Ukraine’s internationally recognized borders. We will continue to support Ukraine’s efforts to regain control of its territory by strengthening its hand militarily and diplomatically, including through the $1.1 billion in additional security assistance announced by the United States this week. In response to Russia’s false claims of annexation, the United States, along with our AlliesRead News

Aviation Labor Round Up: A Week Of Anxiety In The United States

The week of September 24-30, 2022 would constitute a week of labor unrest in American aviation. From informational picketing to a strike by food workers at San Francisco International Airport (SFO) and the Delta Air Lines pilots’ union opening a vote to authorize the strike, labor relations have been shaken with a glimmer of hope of one of two airlines based in Seattle. . San Francisco Airport workers concluded 3 days of strike action With nine months of negotiations without results, SFO food workers decided to strike and close most of the restaurants at San Francisco International on Monday, SeptemberRead News

Outer Limits: America’s Oldest Tattoo Shop – Scene360

Kari Barba (1960â) is an award-winning and popular tattoo artist with over four decades of experience in the industry. She is the co-owner of Outer Limits Tattoo & Museum, the oldest continuously operating tattoo studio in the United States and the second oldest in the world. This establishment was founded in 1927 by an unknown person as a photography studio with a tattoo imprint. In 1954, American tattoo pioneer and photographer Bert Grimm discovered it. Grimm (1900â1985) is considered one of the kings of American tattooing; Among his teachers were Bob Shaw (1926â1993; an innovator in vertical art and calligraphy)Read News

Defense Leaders Seek to Improve US-Philippines Interoperability

PHOTO INFORMATION WASHINGTON — Vowing to strengthen the partnership between the longtime allies, Defense Secretary Lloyd J. Austin III and Jose C. Faustino Jr., chief officer of the Philippines’ Department of National Defense, met at Camp Smith, Hawaii. The talks between the two defense chiefs were based on a shared vision of “an open, secure and prosperous Indo-Pacific, without coercion or harassment,” Austin said during remarks after the meeting. “The United States remains steadfast in our support for a strong and independent Philippines that can defend its sovereignty, ensure prosperity for its people, and strengthen security in theRead News

The United States issued new sanctions against Russia against Ukraine; attack companies, parliamentarians

WASHINGTON, Sept 30 (Reuters) – The United States on Friday imposed sweeping sanctions on Russia over the country’s declared annexation of parts of Ukraine, targeting hundreds of people and companies, including those in Russia’s military-industrial complex and lawmakers. Washington acted after Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday proclaimed the biggest annexation in Europe since World War II, declaring Russian rule over 15% of Ukraine’s territory occupied by Russian forces. “We will rally the international community both to condemn these moves and to hold Russia accountable. We will continue to provide Ukraine with the equipment it needs to defend itself, undeterredRead News

Palau National Day – United States Department of State

On behalf of the United States, I congratulate the people of Palau on 28 years of independence and send you best wishes on National Day. Our nations have a long tradition of friendship and partnership. The vital relationship between the United States and Palau is built on shared values ​​and shared sacrifice. The United States and Palau’s shared commitment to democracy and a free, open, resilient and prosperous Indo-Pacific continues to guide our relationship. Earlier this year, our two governments collaborated on the successful Our Ocean conference in Palau. This conference is just one sign of how cooperation between theRead News

A dangerous time for the United States of America

The United States had an unprecedented global hegemony since the end of the cold war in 1989. The collapse of the USSR gave the United States the opportunity to expand its liberal world order in the world. The United States was free to Rome in all areas of international relations. The reason for the unchallenged US supremacy was the lack of a parallel competitor; however, it was accompanied by internal stability at home. The stability at home ensures the strength of the foreign policy of the states in the international world. In addition, there were relatively fewer global challenges thatRead News

Independence Day of the Republic of Cyprus – United States Department of State

On behalf of the United States of America, I send best wishes to the people of the Republic of Cyprus on Independence Day. The Republic of Cyprus and its citizens play a key role in ensuring security and prosperity in the Eastern Mediterranean region. In the coming year, we hope to continue deepening the growing relationship between our countries and people through economic, cultural, educational and security ties. The United States remains committed to its support for a Cypriot-led, UN-facilitated global agreement to reunify the island as a bizonal, bicommunal federation with political equality for all Cypriots.

Field Notes: Overdose Deaths Involving Para-fluorofentanyl …

Weekly / September 30, 2022/71 (39); 1239-1240 References FIGURE. Number of para-fluorofentanyl–involved drug overdose deaths and percentage co-involved with illicitly manufactured fentanyl* — State Unintentional Drug Overdose Reporting System, United States, July 2020–June 2021 Abbreviation: IMF = Illegally Produced Fentanyl. * IMF excludes fentanyl analogues. Suggested citation for this article: Bitting J, O’Donnell J, Mattson CL. Field Notes: Overdose deaths involving para-fluorofentanil – United States, July 2020 – June 2021. MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep 2022; 71: 1239–1240. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15585/mmwr.mm7139a3. MMWR and the Weekly Morbidity and Mortality Report are service marks of the US Department of Health and HumanRead News

Feinstein Urges Protection for California’s Giant Sequoias – Press Releases – US Senator for California

Washington—Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) today filed a statement of support for the Save Our Redwoods Act, which was heard today before the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee. The bill, introduced earlier this month by Sens. Feinstein and Alex Padilla (D-Calif.), would take significant steps to protect California’s giant sequoias – the world’s largest trees – from the threat of fire and accelerate future fire resilience projects. Additional account information is available here. “Giant sequoias are one of the most legendary plants in the world. The sequoia known as “General Sherman” is the largest tree on Earth with a girthRead News

NAVAF, MARFORAF engineers begin deployment to Ghana

During the six-month rotational deployment, Seabees from Commander, Task Force (CTF) 68 assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 11 and Marines from 8th Engineer Support Battalion, Combat Logistics Regiment 27, 2nd Marine Logistics Group, will work with the ‘Ghanaian engineers. to improve the capacity of the Ghana Navy to conduct maritime training, interdiction and security operations in its territorial waters. With the support of the Royal Danish Defense Forces, the joint and combined team will also carry out critical construction or repair work at a mobile field facility at the Ghana Navy Training Command (NAVTRAC) in preparation for theRead News

The richest people in the United States (September 29, 2022)

As of September 29, 2022, Alon Musk was the richest man in the United States, with an estimated net worth of $263.2 billion, followed by Jeff Bezos (No. 2, $141.4 billion), Bill Gates (No. 3 , 103.0 USD). billion); and Warren Buffett (No. 4, $95.0 billion). Larry Ellison is the fifth richest person in the United States, with a whopping $89.8 billion. Larry Page came in 6th with a personal fortune of $86.6 billion, followed by Sergey Brin with $83.1 billion. Steve Ballmer is 8th with a net worth of $78.8 billion. Michael Bloomberg ($76.8 billion) occupied the 9th position among the 10 richestRead News

Identifying Iran’s Petroleum and Petrochemical Sanctions Evaders – United States Department of State

The United States is taking further action to interfere with efforts to evade sanctions on sales of Iranian oil and petrochemical products. In particular, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs imposed sanctions on two entities based in the People’s Republic of China (PRC): Zhonggu Storage and Transportation Co. Ltd., which operates a commercial crude oil storage facility for Iranian oil that provides a vital conduit for Iran. petroleum trading, as well as WS Shipping Co. Ltd., a ship manager for ships transporting Iranian oil products. The Treasury Department also designated eight entities for their involvement in the Iranian petrochemical trade. TheRead News

Pakistan has pressed the United States to lead the global response to natural disasters

Pakistan’s unprecedented flooding is a wake-up call to governments and international institutions about the need to build a worldwide response to the disproportionate burden of climate change on nations of the Global South — a challenge Pakistan’s foreign minister highlighted to US officials and foreign policy analysts Wednesday at USIP. Bilawal Bhutto Zardari called on policymakers to lead international efforts to use the Pakistan crisis as a catalyst for more effective international efforts to help countries most vulnerable to climate change. Pakistan’s Agony: A Global Portent Flooding caused by this year’s monsoon rains submerged a third of Pakistan, an areaRead News

Russian Sham Referendum in Ukraine – US State Department of State

The Kremlin’s fake referendums are a futile attempt to cover up what amounts to another attempted land grab in Ukraine. To be clear: the results were orchestrated in Moscow and do not reflect the will of the Ukrainian people. The US does not and will never recognize the legitimacy or outcome of these fake referendums or Russia’s alleged annexation of Ukrainian territory. This performance organized by Russian representatives is illegal and violates international law. This is a violation of the principles of international peace and security. Russia has forced much of the population of its occupied areas to flee andRead News

Joel Embiid of the 76ers becomes a US citizen

76ers star Joel Embiid is now a legal citizen of the United States after obtaining citizenship in Philadelphia earlier this month, according to The Associated Press. The 28-year-old Cameroonian shared Thursday during 76ers practice that he has officially acquired citizenship after taking the oath two weeks ago in Philadelphia. Embiid, who graduated high school in Florida and played one season at Kansas before being drafted third overall in 2014, told the AP his Brazilian girlfriend Anne de Paula and their two-year-old son were the main reason for the decision. “I’ve been here a long time,” Embiid said. “My son isRead News

Investing in the Future of the Pacific: U.S. Aid Continues to Face WWII Outburst Risks – U.S. Department of State

Seventy-seven years after the end of World War II, Pacific Island communities still face the daunting challenge of post-war impacts: unexploded ordnance (UXO) and abandoned munitions. them all over the region. During WWII from 1941 to 1945, the American, Japanese, Australian, and New Zealand forces clashed in a series of battles in the Pacific Islands. Heavy weapons were shipped mostly from the US and Japan to the various islands to support the ongoing military operations. Unused and abandoned explosives and other unexploded ordnance were left scattered on islands and atolls, buried in the sand, or sunk in lagoons. around. AtRead News

US Army Major and Maryland Doctor Face Federal Indictment for Allegedly Providing Secret Health Information to Russian Officials Suspected of Helping Russia Related to Conflict in Ukraine

Baltimore, Maryland – A federal jury has returned an indictment charging Anna Gabrielian, 36, and her husband, Jamie Lee Henry, 39, both of Rockville, Maryland, with conspiracy to disclose personally identifiable health information. sued (“IIHI”), in connection with its efforts to help Russia in connection with the conflict in Ukraine. The indictment was returned on September 28, 2022 and dismissed today following the arrest of the defendants. Gabrielian is scheduled for a first appearance at 11:30 a.m. today in U.S. District Court in Baltimore before U.S. Magistrate Judge Brendan A. Hurson. Henry is also expected to make his first appearanceRead News

Defense leaders seek to improve US-Philippines interoperability

Committing to strengthen the partnership between the two longtime allies, Defense Secretary Lloyd J. Austin III and Jose C. Faustino Jr., chief officer of the Philippine Department of National Defense, met at Camp Smith, Hawaii. The talks between the two defense leaders are based on a shared vision of “an open, secure and prosperous Indo-Pacific, without coercion or intimidation,” Austin said during remarks after the meeting. “The United States remains steadfast in our support for a strong and independent Philippines that can defend its sovereignty, ensure the prosperity of its people, and strengthen security in the region.” The USRead News

US and Brazilian Navy hold bilateral exercise > US Navy > News

The bilateral exercise between US and Brazilian forces focused on maritime security and strengthening maritime partnerships with partner nations. “The bilateral exercise continued to demonstrate cooperation and interoperability between the naval forces of the United States and Brazil,” said Capt. Meger Chappell, vice commodore of Destroyer Squadron (DESRON) 40. “We built on the lessons learned during UNITAS LXIII to strengthen our ability to ensure maritime supremacy in the region.” The United States and Brazilian navies have built a relationship on a shared vision of a free and open southwest Atlantic, and a constant practice in eliminating illegal drugRead News

FACT SHEET: US-Israel Strategic High Level Dialogue on Technology

President Biden and Prime Minister Lapid launched the US-Israel High-Level Strategic Dialogue on Technology in July to establish collaboration on critical and emerging technologies to bring cooperation between the countries to new heights. heights On September 28, National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan and Israeli National Security Advisor Dr. Eyal Hulata led the first meeting of the Dialogue in Washington, DC. The US-Israel technology partnership has never been stronger, and senior representatives from the White House National Security Council, the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, the State Department, the Department of Commerce, the Department of the Treasury, theRead News

Declaration on the US-Pacific Partnership

We—the nations of the Cook Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, Fiji, French Polynesia, Nauru, New Caledonia, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Republic of the Marshall Islands, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Tuvalu, Vanuatu, and the United States State. of America—meet at the ceremony of the first American-Pacific Islander Summit, held at the White House in Washington, D.C. from 28-29 September 2022. Built through history, sacrifices, and values, our partnership has contributed to success. , peace, and security in the Pacific Islands, America, and the world for generations. Now, in the face of a climate crisis and a difficult geopolitical environment, we recommitRead News

The likelihood of a 2023 recession in the United States and Europe continues to rise

According to IPC’s September 2022 economic outlook report, the economic picture in the United States continues to deteriorate and the probability of a recession next year continues to increase. The US economy is expected to expand just 1.6 percent in 2022, less than half as fast as the 3.9 percent growth projected at the start of the year. Next year, the economy is slated to expand just 0.6 percent, less than expected 2.6 percent growth. A recession in the US next year is not a foregone conclusion, but the probability has increased. The picture in Europe is decidedly murkier. TheRead News

Kevin Ritz Sworn in as United States Attorney

Memphis, TN – Kevin G. Ritz was sworn in on September 28, 2022, as United States Attorney. West Tennessee State. In a brief ceremony at the federal court in Memphis, Chief U.S. District Court Judge S. Thomas Anderson took the oath of office, before The Ritz family and colleagues at the United States Attorney’s Office. Ritz was chosen by President Joe Biden July 29, 2022, and was unanimously confirmed by the United States Senate on September 22, 2022. As the United States Attorney, Kevin is the top federal law enforcement officer in West Tennessee. Ritz said: “It is a pleasureRead News

The richest people in the United States (September 28, 2022)

As of September 28, 2022, Alon Musk is the richest person in the United States, with a net worth of 259.8 billion US dollars, followed by Jeff Bezos (No. 2, $137.8 billion), Bill Gates (No. 3, $101.9 billion); and Warren Buffett (No. 4, $92.9 billion). Larry Ellison is the fifth richest person in the United States, with $88.9 billion. Larry Page ranked 6th with a personal fortune of $84.6 billion, followed by Sergey Brin with $81.2 billion. Steve Ballmer is in 8th place with a net worth of $77.7 billion. Michael Bloomberg ($76.8 billion) ranked 9th in the top 10 richestRead News