He said while the situation in Zimbabwe has improved, not enough has been done to warrant the removal of the so-called targeted sanctions.
Within an hour of making first post, president garners more than 4,000 'likes' for the message
Trip to eastern Afghanistan’s Nangarhar province risky endeavor for local people and foreign journalists alike
Election officials say NLD, led by Aung San Suu Kyi, has already won 12 lower house seats in Sunday poll
Tim Wolfe's decision to step down meets key demand of student protesters who say he did not adequately deal with systemic racial discrimination
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to hold talks Monday with President Obama, their first meeting since world powers and Iran reached nuclear agreement strongly opposed by Israel
Russian embassy in Washington confirmed Friday that body was that of Mikhail Lesin, who had previously served as Russian press minister and presidential media adviser
One US official claims intercepted communications point to Islamic State being responsible; British Foreign Secretary Hammond says 'there is a significant possibility' crash was caused by bomb
The White House said Friday the president has authorized fewer than 50 U.S. special operations forces to coordinate Syrian local fighter movements with the U.S.-led coalition efforts.
Former secretary of state faces long day of questioning about her role before and after attack on US compound that led to deaths of Ambassador Christopher Stevens, three other Americans
Vice president ends weeks of speculation about whether he would seek Democratic party nomination
Rebecca Mano, coordinator of EducationUSA told VOA Studio 7 the admission officers from America, Canada, Spain and Japan will take part in public fairs in Harare and Bulawayo.