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1997 Press Statements

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December

* Foreign Relations Volume Released (12/30/97)
* UN Sanctions Committee Approves Russian and Icelandic Flight Deliveries to Iraq (12/24/97)
* Multilateral Counternarcotics Center (12/24/97)
* Antarctica: An Important New Agreement (12/22/97)
* Passports Not Needed for Travel to Mexico (12/19/97)
* The OSCE Copenhagen Ministerial (12/19/97)
* Ninth Anniversary of Pan Am 103 Bombing (12/19/97)
* Secretary Albright to Deliver Year-end Speech (12/19/97)
* Afghanistan: U.S. Meeting with Russians (12/19/97)
* Massacre at Mudende Refugee Camp, Rwanda (12/18/97)
* Passport Agencies will be Closed on December 26 (12/16/97)
* Burma: Sentencing of Democratic Opposition Members (12/16/97)
* Guyana Elections (12/16/97)
* Secretary Albright to Meet With PM Netanyahu and Chairman Arafat (12/13/97)
* December 11 Attack on Mudende Refugee Camp (12/13/97)
* Ecuador: Defense Minister's Visit (12/12/97)
* Turkey Joint Economic Commission Meeting in Washington, DC (12/8/97)
* Secretary Welcomes Release of Mr. Bliss (12/6/97)
* Killing of Liberian Politician (12/5/97)
* Summit of U.S. and European Union Leaders in Washington (12/5/97)
* U.S. and EU December 5 Summit in Washington (12/4/97)
* Notice to the Press--U.S.-EU Summit: Blair House Events (12/4/97)
* Belarus: Suppression of Independent Newspaper Svaboda (12/3/97)
* Addition to Secretary Albright's Africa Trip (12/3/97)
* Bangladesh Agreement to End Chittagong Hill Tract Conflict (12/3/97)
* Violence in Casamance, Senegal (12/2/97)
* Honduras: Presidential Elections (12/1/97)
* Reverend Jesse Jackson's Trip to Africa (12/1/97)
* Visit of Turkish Foreign Minister Cem (12/1/97)
* World Aids Day 1997 (12/1/97)
* U.S.-Cuba Migration Talks (12/1/97)

November

* Korea: Press Arrangements for Four Party Talks (11/28/97)
* World Aids Day, December 1, 1997 (11/26/97)
* Departure of Under Secretary Timothy E. Wirth (11/25/97)
* Secretary Albright to Travel to Africa December 8-15, 1997 (11/25/97)
* OECD Anti-Bribery Convention (11/21/97)
* Dayton Peace Accords Second Anniversary (11/20/97)
* Kathryn Walt Hall of TX and CA Sworn in as U.S. Amb. To Austria (11/20/97)
* Implementation of Title IV of the Cuban Liberty and Democratic Solidarity Act of 1996 (11/17/97)
* Korea: Four Party Preparatory Meeting (11/17/97)
* Ambassadorial Nominations (11/14/97)
* Secretary's Meeting With UN High Commissioner for Refugees (11/10/97)
* Kenyan Parliament Adopts Important Constitutional and Legal Reforms (11/07/97)
* Secretary Albright's Travel Plans (11/06/97)
* Verdict Announced in Panama Terrorist Attack (11/01/97)

October

* November 1 "Flotilla" to Waters Off Cuba (10/31/97)
* China: Special Coordinator for Tibetan Issues (10/31/97)
* Security Guarantees for the Baltics (10/31/97)
* Deputy Secretary Talbott Leads Delegation to Asia (10/30/97)
* Town Meeting on U.S. Foreign Policy, Savannah, GA, 11/5/97 (10/29/97)
* Iraq: Noncompliance With UNSC Resolutions (10/29/97)
* Delivery of U.S. Howitzers (10/29/97)
* U.S. Condemns Violence in Bosnian Federation (10/29/97)
* U.S. Delivers Military Equipment for Bosnia (10/28/97)
* Niger: Convictions of Journalist and Human Rights Leader (10/28/97)
* Japanese Port Practice Talks (10/27/97)
* Release of Supplementary Documents to Foreign Relations, 1945-1950, Emergence of the Intelligence Establishment (10/24/97)
* Sierra Leone: Peace Agreement Signed (10/24/97)
* Statement on Behalf of the Chairman of the Monitoring Group (10/22/97)
* North Korea: Assessment Team (10/20/97)
* Situation in Kosovo (10/17/97)
* Secretary Albright's Meeting With Veran Matic (10/10/97)
* U.S. and Canada Amend the Pacific Albacore Treaty (10/10/97)
* Fires in Southeast Asia (10/10/97)
* October 11 "Flotilla" to Waters Off Cuba (10/9/97)
* Colombian Amb. Myles Frechette Receives Distinguished Honor Award (10/8/97)
* Voluntary Surrender of Indicted War Criminals (10/6/97)
* Nigerian Government Apology (10/3/97)
* Sierra Leone: U.S. Policy (10/3/97)
* Decision of Slovak Parliament Not To Reinstate Deputy Gaulieder (10/2/97)
* Demonstrations and Police Violence in Serbia (10/1/97)
* U.S. Presses Nigerian Govt. to Account for Disruption of Reception (10/1/97)
* Submission of the International Affairs and State Dept. Strategic Plans (10/1/97)

September

* Israeli-Palestinian Peace Negotiations (9/29/97)
* Yugoslav State Succession (9/29/97)
* Albania: Secretary Albright's Meeting With Prime Minister Nano (9/26/97)
* OAS Protocol of Washington (9/25/97)
* Reward Offer for FBI Fugitive (9/24/97)
* Police Action at Reception for U.S. Ambassador (9/24/97)
* Explosion in Mostar (9/19/97)
* Korea-European Union Joins KEDO (9/19/97)
* Passport Services Issues Record Number of Passports (9/19/97)
* Montreal Protocol (9/18/97)
* Colombia: Senate Votes to Strip Retroactivity From Pending Extradition Bill (9/17/97)
* Announcement of talks to discuss security issues in Cyprus (9/15/97)
* U.S. Support for Independent Groups in Cuba (9/15/97)
* Municipal Elections in Bosnia-Herzegovina (9/15/97)
* State Dept. Donates Computers to North Carolina and DC Public Schools
(9/15/97)
* Notice to the Press: Release of Foreign Relations Microfiche Supplement
(9/12/97)
* Korea: Four-Party Preparatory Talks (9/11/97)
* Korea: Press Arrangements for Four-Party Preparatory Talks (9/11/97)
* Diversity Immigrant Visa Lottery (DV-98) Results (9/10/97)
* Statement on Behalf of the Chairman of the Monitoring Group (9/9/97)
* Death of Mother Teresa (9/6/97)
* SOROS Announces Closing of Belarus Office (9/5/97)
* Release of Foreign Relations Volume on Cuba, 1961-62 (9/5/97)
* State Dept. Welcomes American Legion Endorsement of NATO Enlargement (9/4/97)
* Terrorist Attacks in Jerusalem (9/4/97)
* U.S. Condemns Killings in Central Bosnia (9/3/97)
* U.S. Contributions to UNRWA (9/2/97)

August

* Death of Princess Diana (8/31/97)
* New York Passport Agency Relocates (8/29/97)
* U.S.-Japan Civil Aviation Negotiations (8/27/97)
* Massacre of Refugees at Mudende (8/26/97)
* Diversity Immigrant Visa Program (DV-99) (8/25/97)
* Statement on Behalf of the Chairman of the Monitoring Group (8/25/97)
* Sierra Leone: U.S. Support for Negotiations (8/25/97)
* Town Meeting on U.S. Foreign Policy: Milwaukee, WI, Sept. 8, 1997 (8/22/97)
* 1998 Papal Visit to Cuba: Issuance of License to Archdiocese of Miami (8/22/97)
* Disruption of Boston Meeting of Ethiopians (8/20/97)
* Burma: Arrests of Democratic Opposition Members (8/19/97)
* Politicization of Republika Srpska Constitutional Court (8/15/97)
* Secretary Albright's Meeting With Kosovian Leader Dr. Ibrahim Rugova (8/15/97)
* Cuba's Deteriorating Human Rights Situation (8/15/97)
* Anniversary of Pakistan's Independence (8/14/97)
* Afghanistan: Washington Embassy Operations Suspended (8/14/97)
* U.S. Central American Law Enforcement and Drugs Ministerial (8/14/97)
* Statement on Behalf of the Israel-Lebanon Monitoring Group (8/13/97)
* U.S. Support for ASEAN's Cambodia Initiative (8/12/97)
* Lithuania: Progress on Indictment of Nazi War Criminals (8/12/97)
* India: Development Official Reported Dead (8/8/97)
* The Angolan Peace Process (8/8/97)
* Charges of Corruption in Bosnia-Herzegovina (8/4/97)
* Sierra Leone: Efforts to Restore Democratic Government (8/1/97)
* Burundi: Statement on the Execution of Six People (8/1/97)
* Congress Passes Dolphin Protection Legislation (8/1/97)

July

* Statement on Behalf of the Chairman of the Monitoring Group (7/31/97)
* Ambassadors Gelbard and Holbrooke Travel to the Balkans (7/30/97)
* Bombing in Jerusalem (7/30/97)
* Lifting of Restriction on Use of U.S. Passports in Traveling to Lebanon (7/30/97)
* SFRC Approval of Ambassadorial Nominations (7/30/97)
* Sri Lanka: Steps to Resolve Ethnic Conflict (7/25/97)
* Situation in Kenya (7/25/97)
* Albania: New Parliament, Part II (7/25/97)
* Czech Government to Return Gold Stolen by Nazis from Slovak Jews (7/25/97)
* Liberian Elections (7/24/97)
* U.S. Canadian Consultations on Pacific Salmon (7/23/97)
* Albania: New Parliament (7/23/97)
* Serbian Closure of Radio and TV Stations (7/23/97)
* U.S. Welcomes Swiss Publication of Dormant Account Lists (7/23/97)
* Honduras: Michel Francois Case (7/23/97)
* Angola: Lusaka Peace Process Implementation (7/23/97)
* Implementation of Title IV of the Cuban Liberty and Democratic Solidarity Act of 1996 (7/23/97)
* Notice to the Press: Atlantic Council's Conference on NATO Priorities After the Madrid Summit, Wednesday, July 23, U.S. Department of State (7/22/97)
* Deputy Secretary Talbott to Deliver Administration Statement (7/18/97)
* Visit of Andorran Prime Minister Forne (7/18/97)
* African Crisis Response Initiative (ACRI) (7/17/97)
* Statement on Behalf of the Chairman of the Monitoring Group (7/17/97)
* U.S.-Cuba Migration Talks, July 16-17, 1997 (7/17/97)
* Turmoil in Cambodia (7/17/97)
* Secretary Albright's Travel to ASEAN (7/16/97)
* "Flotilla" to Waters Off Cuba July 13 (7/10/97)
* Sudan Peace Negotiations (7/9/97)
* Press Statement: Vital Voices: Women in Democracy (7/9/97)
* Secretary Albright Statement: Vital Voices: Women in Democracy (7/9/97)
* Political Violence in Kenya (7/8/97)
* Statement on Behalf of the Chairman of the Monitoring Group (7/8/97)
* Meeting of Secretary Albright with Greek FM Pangalos and Turkish FM Cem (7/8/97)
* Cambodia: Situation Report and U.S. Reaction (7/7/97)
* Cyprus: Opening of UN-Sponsored Direct Talks (7/3/97)
* U.S. and Jordan Sign Bilateral Investment Treaty (7/2/97)
* U.S. Cuba-Migration Talks (7/1/97)

June

* Albanian Elections (6/30/97)
* Efforts of ECOWAS Toward a Peaceful Solution to the Crisis in Sierra Leone (6/30/97)
* North Korea: Four-Party Talks (6/30/97)
* Thailand Extradites Two Heroin Smugglers (6/27/97)
* Text of Joint U.S.-India Communique Upon Signing of Extradition Treaty (6/24/97)
* DOS Welcomes U.S. Conference of Mayors' Endorsement of NATO Enlargement (6/24/97)
* This Day in Diplomacy: America Becomes a Pacific Power (6/24)
* Statement on Behalf of the Chairman of the Israel-Lebanon Monitoring Group (6/24)
*Assistant Secretary Shattuck to Lead Official Delegation to Observe Albanian Parliamentary Elections June 29 (6/24)
* Serbian Election Law (6/23/97)
* This Day in Diplomacy: U.S.-Soviet Summit at Glassboro, New Jersey (6/23/97)
* Endorsement of NATO Enlargement by the Reserve Officers Association (6/21/97)
* U.S. Contributions to the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (6/19/97)
* Arrest of Suspected Terrorist (6/17/97)
* U.S. and EU Meet on Helms-Burton Understanding of April 11 (6/13/97)
* 500th Humanitarian Airlift to the New Independent States (6/13/97)
* Pacific Salmon Negotiations (6/13/97)
* U.S. Uzbekistan High-Level Bilateral Consultations and Formation of a Joint Commission (6/12/97)
* Greece: Counterterrorism Rewards Program Offers Renewed (6/11/97)
* Violence in Brazzaville (6/11/97)
* Media Advisory: The World Conference of Mayors (6/11/97)
* Presidential Elections in Croatia (6/9/97)
* Statement on Behalf of the Chairman of the Israeli-Lebanon Monitoring Group (6/9/97)
* Algerian Elections (6/9/97)
* Attacks on Croatian Presidential Candidates (6/6/97)
* Serbia: New Threat to Independent Media (6/6/97)
* Attacks on Croatian Presidential Candidates (6/4/97)
* Serbia: New Threat to Independent Media (6/4/97)
* State Department and the Smithsonian Institution Host Coral Reef Initiative at Union Station June 18-July 7, 1997 (6/4/97)
* New Cyprus Presidential Emissary Named (6/4/97)
* Deputy Assistant Secretary Winter Meets With Aruban Prime Minister (6/4/97)
* Secretary Albright's Travel to Hong Kong, Vietnam, and Cambodia (6/4/97)
* Algerian Elections (6/4/97)
* U.S. Agrees to Renewal of UNSCR 986 Program in Iraq (6/4/97)
* Convictions of Kosovo Separatists (6/2/97)

May

* U.S. Contribution for Assistance to Refugees in the Great Lakes Region of Africa (5/30/97
* Colombia: Ambassador Frechette's Tenure (5/30/97)
* Tajikistan: Peace Protocol (5/29/97)
* Guatemala: Additional Documents Released (5/27//97)
* This Day in Diplomacy: SALT I (5/27/97)
* Reorganization and Integration of the Foreign Affairs Agencies (5/27/97)
* U.S. Reaction to Coup in Sierra Leone (5/26/97)
* Democratic Republic of The Congo: Statement on Charges of Massacres of Rwandan Refugees (5/23/97)
* Burundi: Statement on Massacre of Returned Burundian Refugees (5/23/97)
* Albania: Agreement on Elections (5/22/97)
* U.S. Imposes CW Sanctions Against Chinese Entities (5/22/97)
* Joint Statement of the Governments of the U.S. and the Azerbaijan Republic (5/21/97)
* Notice to the Press: U.S. and Japan to Hold Common Agenda Plenary (5/21/97)
* Pacific Salmon Negotiations (5/21/97)
* SLORC Arrest of Democratic Opposition (5/21/97)
* Secretary Albright's Trip to Europe (5/20/97)
* Correction to Preliminary Study on Holocaust Assets (5/19/97)
* Holocaust Assets (5/19/97)
* Transfer of Power in Zaire (5/17/97)
* Election Laws in Albania (5/16/97)
* U.S.-Cuba Migration Accords (5/16/97)
* Secretary Albright Breakfast With British Foreign Secretary Cook (5/16/97)
* Visit of Croatian Foreign Minister Granic (5/15/97)
* OSCE Minsk Conference (5/15/97)
* The U.S. Embargo and Health Care in Cuba: Myth Versus Reality (5/14/97)
* Flotilla to Waters Off Cuba May 17 (5/14/97)
* The U.S.-ASEAN Ambassadors Tour (5/13/97)
* Libya, Nigeria, and Niger Defy UN Sanctions on Air Travel Involving Libya (5/13/97)
* Albania: Preparations for Elections (5/13/97)
* Albania: Visit of Prime Minister Fino (5/12/97)
* Pacific Salmon Stakeholders Process (5/12/97
* Regional Foreign Policy Town Meeting, Memphis, TN, May 15, 1997 (5/8/97)
* Statement on Behalf of the Chairman of the Monitoring Group (5/8/97)
* Yemen Elections (5/7/97)
* Release of the Preliminary Study on Holocaust Assets (5/6/97)
* Notice to the Press: Release of Preliminary Study on Holocaust Assets (5/6/97)
* State Department Honors Nobel Peace Laureate Ralph J. Bunche (5/6/97)
* Cuba: No Use of Biological Weapons (5/6/97)
* International Joint Commission to Examine Red River Flooding (5/5/97)
* Zaire: Ordered Departure of Embassy Personnel (5/3/97)
* Burundi: Increase in Violence (5/2/97)
* U.S.-EU to Host Conference on Strengthening Transatlantic Ties (5/2/97)
* Public Service Recognition Week, May 5-11, 1997 (5/2/97)
* Statement on Behalf of the Co-Chairman of the Monitoring Group (5/1/97)
* Belarus: New Attacks on Soros Foundation (5/1/97)

April

* U.S. Australia Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty (4/30/97)
* Town Meeting on U.S. Foreign Policy, San Antonio, TX, May 7, 1997 (4/30/97)
* Tajikistan: Assassination Attempt Against President (4/30/97)
* Release of Annual Terrorism Report (4/29/97)
* U.S.-Qatar Relations (4/29/97)
* Town Meeting on U.S. Foreign Policy, Tucson, AZ, May 6, 1997 (4/29/97)
* Humanitarian Situation in Zaire (4/25/97)
* This Day in Diplomacy: The Outer Space Treaty (4/25/97)
* The Dalai Lama (4/24/97)
* John F. Smith, Jr., Appointed as New ABAC Representative (4/24/97)
* Secretary Albright's Meeting With Former Italy Foreign Minister (4/24/97)
* Statement on Behalf of the Co-Chairman of the Monitoring Group (4/24/97)
* Rwandan Refugees in Eastern Zaire (4/23/97)
* Armenia/Azerbaijan: Cross-Border Incidents (4/22/97)
* Peru: Raid on Japanese Residence (4/22/97)
* Burundi: Forced Regroupment Camps (4/21/97)
* Central African Republic: Steps Toward Peace (4/21/97)
* Special Advisor Tarnoff's Travel to Europe (4/21/97)
* U.S. Ratifies Protocol on Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty (4/18/97)
* Visit of Slovak Republic Foreign Minister (4/17/97)
* Burundi: Outcome of Arusha Summit (4/17/97)
* Appointment of Head of U.S. Delegation to the 1997 World Radiocommunication Conference (4/17/97)
* MTCR Marks 10th Anniversary (4/16/97)
* The Fire in Saudi Arabia (4/16/97)
* Earth Day, 1997 (4/16/97)
* Tajikistan: Lifting of Ordered Departure of Dependents (4/15/97)
* North Korea: Humanitarian Assistance (4/15/97)
* China Resolution at UN Human Rights Commission (4/14/97)
* Angola: Inauguration of National Unity Government (4/11/97)
* Central African Republic: Progress on Reconciliation (4/11/97)
* U.S. Contributes $81 Million to ICRC (4/11/97)
* Papal Visit to Sarajevo (4/11/97)
* Zaire: Joint Communique (4/9/97)
* Deputy Secretary Talbott Meets With Cambodian Party Leader (4/9/97)
* Statement on Aid to Forced Regroupment Camps in Burundi (4/8/97)
* Elections in Eastern Slavonia (4/8/97)
* The Situation in Albania (4/7/97)
* Sri Lanka: Steps to Resolve Ethnic Conflict (4/4/97)
* Acting Assistant Secretary Welch's Arrival in Northern Iraq (4/3/97)
* U.S. Foreign Policy Town Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 7, 1997 (4/3/97)
* Albania: OSCE Activities (4/3/97)
* Secretary Meets With Foreign Ministers of Central America and the Dominican Republic (4/1/97)

March

* U.S. Contribution for Repatriation of Rwandan Refugees from Eastern Zaire (3/31/97)
* Explosion in Cambodia (3/30/97)
* U.S. Contributes Funding for Humanitarian Assistance in Albania (3/24/97)
* Albania Unrest (3/21/97)
* Visit of Bulgarian Prime Minister Sofiyanski (3/21/97)
* ICASS Management Initiative Gets Presidential Sign-off (3/21/97)
* Arrival of First Humanitarian Goods in Iraq Under UNSCR 986 (3/20/97)
* Interethnic Tensions: The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (3/19/97)
* Serbia Stalls in Implementing Gonzalez Recommendations (3/19/97)
* Joint U.S.-Canadian Statement on Pacific Salmon (3/17/97)
* NATO Statement on Conventional Force Posture (3/15/97)
* Belarus: New Violations of Freedom of Speech and Assembly (3/14/97)
* The U.S. and Switzerland Exchange Instruments of Ratification for New Extradition Treaty (3/14/97)
* The Situation in Zaire (3/14/97)
* Statement on Behalf of the Co-Chairman of the UNIFIL Monitoring Group (3/14/97)
* Tajikistan: Signing of Protocol on Military Questions (3/10/97)
* International Women's Day (3/10/97)
* U.S. Contribution for Humanitarian Assistance in Serbia/Montenegro (3/6/97)
* Albania: Nationwide Unrest (3/3/97)
* Meetings With D.P.R.K. Officials (3/3/97)
* Continued Fighting in Zaire (3/3/97)
* U.S. Palestinian Joint Committee (3/3/97)

February

* Thai Repatriation of Karen Civilians (2/27/97)
* U. S. and Chile Sign Fulbright and Library of Congress Agreements (2/26/97)
* U.S. and R.O.K. To Meet With Representatives of the D.P.R.K. (2/26/97)
* This Day in Diplomacy: President Wilson Learns of the Zimmermann Telegram (2/26/97)
* Albania: Economic and Political Unrest (2/25/97)
* IPTF Report on February 10th Shootings in Mostar (2/25/97)
* Tajikistan: Ordered Departure of Dependents (2/21/97)
* Cuba: February 24th Commemoration Ceremony (2/20/97)
* Acting Secretary Tarnoff's Meeting With Mexican Foreign Minister Gurria (2/20/97)
* Statement on Behalf of Co-Chairman of UNIFIL Monitoring Group (2/20/97)
* North Korea: Humanitarian Assistance (2/19/97)
* Burma: U.S. Deplores Attacks on Karens (2/18/97)
* Statement on Behalf of the Co-Chairman of the Monitoring Group (2/18/97)
* Violence in Zaire (2/18/97)
* Tajikistan: Release of Hostages (2/18/97)
* Tajikistan: Reports of One Hostage Killed (2/14/97)
* Arbitral Decision on the Status of Brcko (2/14/97)
* Nigeria Bombing (2/12/97)
* Liberia: U.S. Airlift of Additional Troops for ECOMOG (2/12/97)
* Tajikistan: U.S. Concern Over Hostages (2/7/97)
* Rwanda: Terrorist Violence (2/6/97)
* The Situation in Ecuador (2/5/97)
* The Death of Ambassador Pamela Harriman (2/5/97)
* Swiss Banks to Create Fund (2/5/97)
* Bulgarian Agreement on Early Elections (2/5/97)
* Joint U.S. Canadian Statement on Pacific Salmon (2/5/97)
* OSCE Head Expulsion from Chechnya (2/4/97)

January

* Supreme Court of Iran Upholds Death Sentences of Baha'is (1/31/97)
* Central African Republic: Agreement Reached (1/28/97)
* Release of the 1996 Country Report on Human Rights (1/28/97)
* U.S. Funding for the Great Lakes Region (1/29/97)
* Department Releases New Microfiche Publication in Foreign Relations of the U.S. Series (1/27/97)
* Rwanda Tribunal: Bagasora Transferred to Arusha Prison (1/23/97)
* Possible Sanctions Violation by Libyan Aircraft (1/23/97)
* Conflict in Zaire (1/23/97)
* Signing of the Czech-German Declaration (1/22/97)
* U.S. Funding for the Great Lakes Region (1/29/97)
* U.S. Contribution for Humanitarian Assistance in the Former Yugoslavia (1/17/97)
* Foreign Policy Town Meeting, Richmond, VA, Jan. 30, 1997 (1/16/97)
* Niger: Arrest and Imprisonment of Opposition Leaders (1/15/97)
* Ankara: Co-Chairmen's Statement (1/15/97)
* Israel-Palestinian Agreement on Hebron (1/14/97)
* The Situation in Burundi (1/14/97)
* Visit of Carey Cavanaugh to Cyprus (1/13/97)
* Kazakstan: Death of USAID Contractor (1/9/97)
* Assistant Secretary Kornblum's Trip to Europe (1/9/97)
* Central African Republic: Resolving the Conflict (1/9/97)
* U.S. Support for Elections in Chechnya (1/7/97)
* Cyprus Missile Contract (1/6/97)
* Letter Bombs (1/3/97)
* OSCE Meeting in Special Session on Serbian Crisis (1/3/97)
* Continuation of Libyan Emergency (1/2/97)
* Israel, Jerusalem, Gaza and the West Bank (1/2/97)

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