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U.S. State Department

A department in the United States charged with conducting foreign relations. It advises the president on foreign policy, assists American businesses abroad and oversees U.S. embassies. It was established in 1789 and was the first department created by Congress.
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Asked this week if the group is now on a list of acceptable alternatives to the current government in Iran, a State Department spokesperson hedged.
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Such comments do not in any way imply US government endorsement," the State Department said.
According to the information released by the State Department, both men are wanted by Saudi authorities in connection with their terrorist activities, and al-Fadhli is wanted by authorities in Kuwait on terrorism-related charges.
Meanwhile, the State Department admitted it had forced Miller to retire because of his age because retirement is mandated at age 65 in France.
State Department spokespersons describe the slurs as "alleged comments." So much for honesty and transparency.
For nearly a century, the State Department has had a security force, the Bureau of Diplomatic Security (BDS).
Our comparison of likely State Department costs versus contractor costs for four task orders and one contract awarded by the State Department for security services in Iraq showed that for three of the task orders and the contract, the cost of using State Department employees would be greater than using contractors, while the State Department's estimated cost to use federal employees was less for the other task order.
State Department announced Wednesday that it was lifting its travel advisory on Sri Lanka, citing the peaceful atmosphere that has taken hold a year after Sri Lanka's defeat of terrorism.
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