STATEMENT BY SECRETARY KERRY: On Ramadan

For Immediate Release STATEMENT BY SECRETARY KERRY June 17, 2015 On Ramadan On behalf of the U.S. Department of State, Teresa and I wish all Muslims a happy and blessed Ramadan. Ramadan is a season for heightened reflection, worship, compassion, and community. For Muslims everywhere, this special month provides spiritual nourishment and reinforces appreciation for ...
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Remarks by the President Before Meeting with West African Leaders on Ebola

THE PRESIDENT:  Well, I want to welcome Presidents Sirleaf, Koroma and Condé.  The United States has a long partnership with Liberia and Sierra Leone and Guinea — partnerships that prove to be critical in the fight against Ebola.  We’re here to assess progress today and to look ahead. We begin by noting the incredible losses ...
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Remarks by President Barack Obama on the Ebola Outbreak

“Good afternoon, everybody. Please be seated. I want to thank Dr. Frieden and everybody here at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for welcoming me here today. Tom and his team just gave me an update on the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, our efforts to help mobilize the international community to fight it, ...
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President Barack Obama Tells West Africans: ‘You Are Not Alone’ in the Fight against Ebola

U.S. Ambassador Deborah Malac held a media roundtable  with 30 Liberian journalists Tuesday to screen the video of President Barack Obama’s message to the people of West Africa about the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) and to give them an overview of the  $19.6 million the United States has committed to fight the disease. In his ...
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Young Liberian leader, part of Obama initiative, studies at Wagner College in New York City

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y., USA — For the last 5 weeks, Samuel Duo of Liberia has been part of a group of 25 young African leaders from 19 sub-Saharan countries who have been studying civic leadership/engagement and nonprofit organization management at Wagner College, in the New York City borough of Staten Island. The Wagner College cohort ...
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