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December

*12/31/99: Release of Hostages From Hijacking of Indian Airlines
*12/30/99: Notice from the U.S. Embassies in Moscow and Tbilisi to Journalists Considering Travel to Chechnya
*12/30/99: Restoration of Bahraini-Qatari Diplomatic Ties
*12/29/99: Notice to the Press: Meetings of the Arms Control and Nonproliferation Advisory Board
*12/29/99: Indefinite Extension of Turkmenistani President's Term
*12/28/99: U.S. Citizen Loren Wille Returns to the United States From Georgia
*12/28/99: Coup d'Etat in Cote d'Ivoire
*12/28/99: Decision of Peru's President Fujimori to Seek Third Term
*12/28/99: Guatemala: Elections
*12/27/99: India: Hijacking of Indian Airliner
*12/24/99: Coup D'Etat in Cote D'Ivoire
*12/23/99: U.S. and Portugal Initial Open Skies Agreement
*12/23/99: Mozambique's National Elections
*12/21/99: U.S. Payments to the United Nations
*12/21/99: Belarus: Beating of Parliamentary Deputy Andrei Klimov
*12/21/99: Notice to the Press: Iftaar Dinner for Members of the American-Muslim Community
*12/20/99: Bombing in Sri Lanka
*12/20/99: Notice to the Press: Secretary Albright Announces Corporate Award Winners
*12/16/99: United States, Dominican Republic Sign Open Skies Agreement
*12/16/99: Turkmenistan: Elections Fail To Meet Standards
*12/16/99: Local Political Leaders To Participate in Kosovo Administration
*12/16/99: China--Property Damage Agreements
*12/16/99: U.S. Urges End to Burundi Regroupment Program
*12/16/99: Humanitarian Assistance to Afghanistan
*12/15/99: U.S. and Australia Agree on Open Skies for Cargo
*12/15/99: Notice to the Press: Y2K Update Briefing
*12/15/99: KEDO Signs Turnkey Contract
*12/14/99: Uzbekistan: Parliamentary Elections Neither Free Nor Fair
*12/13/99: Secretary Albright will not Attend NATO Ministerials in Brussels
*12/13/99: Notice to the Press: Meeting of the Advisory Committee on Labor Diplomacy
*12/13/99: Notice to the Press: Interagency Working Group on U.S. Government-Sponsored International Exchanges and Training Releases FY 1998 Regional Reports
*12/11/99: United States Welcomes Georgian Foreign Ministry's Statement on Opposition of the use of its Territory
*12/11/99: Death of Croatian President Tudjman
*12/10/99: Passage of Latvian Language Law
*12/10/99: U.S.-Swiss Joint Economic Commission
*12/10/99: Poland-America-Ukraine Cooperation Initiative
*12/10/99: Sri Lanka: Report on Mass Grave Investigation
*12/10/99: Iraqi Oil Smuggling
*12/10/99: Developments in Cote d'Ivoire
*12/10/99: Under Secretary Pickering To Travel To Africa
*12/09/99: Postponement of Secretary Albright's Visit to Iceland
*12/09/99: United States Releases Report on Atrocities and Human Rights Violations in Kosovo
*12/08/99: Russian Diplomat Declared Persona Non Grata
*12/08/99: U.S.-Swiss Joint Economic Commission
*12/08/99: Notice to the Press: Secretary Albright To Visit Iceland December 9
*12/08/99: U.S. Contributes $80 Million to UNRWA for Palestinian Refugees
*12/08/99: Notice to the Press: Global Technology Corps Partnership Maps the Technological Future of Journalism in Honduras
*12/08/99: Notice to the Press: State Department To Release Ethnic Cleansing in Kosovo: An Accounting, Thursday, December 9, 1999
*12/07/99: Cuba: Elian Gonzalez/U.S. Interests Section
*12/07/99: Notice to the Press: Michael E. Ranneberger Sworn in as U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Mali
*12/07/99: Notice to the Press: Gregory L. Johnson Sworn in as U.S. Ambassador to the Kingdom of Swaziland
*12/07/99: Chechnya: U.S. Contributes $3.3 Million to UN Humanitarian Efforts
*12/03/99: Contract To Build Embassy in Croatia Awarded to Team of J.A. Jones Construction Co. and Hellmuth Obata & Kassabaum
*12/03/99: Notice to the Press: New State Department Initiatives To Expand Bilateral and Regional Academic Exchanges of Aegean Community
*12/03/99: Democratic Republic of The Congo
*12/03/99: U.S. Regrets Blockage of Heating Oil for Nis and Pirot
*12/02/99: Notice to the Press: Senior Official to Brief on Panama, Monday, December 6, 1999
*12/02/99: Notice to the Press: U.S. Imposes Emergency Import Restriction on Khmer Stone Archaeological Material
*12/02/99: Notice to the Press: International Visitor Program Participant Meets with First Lady
*12/02/99: Afghanistan: Rome Meeting
*12/02/99: Belarus: Release of Opposition Leader Mikhail Chigir
*12/02/99: Baseless Charges in the Croatian Press
*12/01/99: U.S. Welcomes Signing of EAC Treaty
*12/01/99: Ireland Joins Nato's Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council and Partnership for Peace
*12/01/99: Elections in Niger

November

*11/30/99: Notice to the Press: Deputy Secretary of State Strobe Talbott To Deliver Speech at Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island
*11/29/99: Secretary Albright's Travel to the Middle East
*11/29/99: Notice to the Press: Secretary Albright's Schedule of Events in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, on Monday, November 29, 1999
*11/26/99: Secretary Albright to Visit Cedar Rapids and Attend World Trade Meeting in Seattle
*11/24/99: Notice to the Press: A Symposium on Balancing Security and Openness in Federal Buildings
*11/24/99: Notice to the Press: African Economic Journalists Examining U.S.-Africa Relations and New Business Partnership, To Attend World Trade Organization Conference Under State's International Visitor Program
*11/24/99: On Behalf of the Chairman of the Lebanon-Israel Monitoring Group
*11/24/99: Amnesty International Report on Repression in Iraq
*11/23/99: William B. Bader Sworn in as Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs
*11/22/99: Afghanistan: Humanitarian Crisis
*11/22/99: Haiti: Appointment of Special Haiti Coordinator Donald Steinberg
*11/22/99: Community of Democracies
*11/19/99: 30TH U.S.-Israel JMPG
*11/18/99: U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright Travel to Slovakia
*11/18/99: Notice to the Press: Modifications to State Department Access Policy
*11/18/99: Release of Foreign Relations Volume on Iran, 1964-1968
*11/17/99: India-U.S. Bilateral Talks
*11/16/99: Notice to the Press: Arctic Council Meeting at the Department of State, November 17-20
*11/16/99: Democratic Transition in Macedonia
*11/16/99: Notice to the Press: Mauritian Community Leaders to Examine U.S. Conflict Resolution Under Auspices of International Visitor Program
*11/15/99: Afghanistan: Taliban Sanctions
*11/15/99: Ukraine: Presidential Election
*11/15/99: Notice to the Press: 1999 AgState Policy Conference
*11/13/99: Signing of Agreement To Implement 1929 Treaty Between Chile and Peru
*11/12/99: Assistant Secretary Koh Issues Statement on Events in Cuba
*11/12/99: Timor/Chechnya: U.S. Contributes $40 Million to Humanitarian Emergencies
*11/12/99: Notice to the Press: The First Internet Information Assistance Center To Open This Week in Ferizaj, Kosovo
*11/10/99: Release of Foreign Relations Volume on Africa, 1964-1968
*11/10/99: Upcoming Trial in Serbia of Albanian Kosovar Activist Dr. Brovina
*11/09/99: Statement by Ambassador Scheffer at the Hill Summit on Sudan
*11/09/99: U.S.-R.O.K.-Japan Trilateral Meetings
*11/08/99: Tajikistan: November 6 Presidential Election
*11/08/99: Notice to the Press: U.S.-Mexico High Level Contact Group Meeting, November 9-10
*11/08/99: Democratic Republic of the Congo Peace Process
*11/08/99: Philadelphia Passport Agency Initiates Automated Telephone Appointment System
*11/08/99: New Website for U.S. Policy Toward Cuba
*11/08/99: Notice to the Press: Global Technology Corps Partnership in Poland Links Technology to Disaster Relief
*11/08/99: Notice to the Press: Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright To Address Chicago Council on Foreign Relations
*11/07/99: Notice to the Press: U.S. Policy Toward Cuba
*11/05/99: Climate Change Negotiations
*11/05/99: Democratic Republic of the Congo Peace Process
*11/05/99: U.S. and Saudi Arabia Joint Statement
*11/04/99: Notice to the Press: Release of the Overseas Presence Advisory Panel Report
*11/04/99: Notice to the Press: Women 2000 -- Beijing Plus Five -- Thinking Globally, Acting Locally, Wilmington, Delaware, November 6, 1999
*11/04/99: Violations of the Sierra Leone Peace Agreement
*11/04/99: Afghanistan: Humanitarian Crisis
*11/03/99: Climate Change Negotiations
*11/03/99: Cote d'Ivoire
*11/03/99: U.S. and Tanzania Initial First Open Skies Agreements in Africa
*11/03/99: Bolivia's Coca Reduction Efforts
*11/03/99: U.S.-Greek Cooperation on Counter-Terrorism
*11/02/99: Democratic Republic of the Congo Peace Process
*11/01/99: Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright To Host Recognition Ceremony and Dinner To Acknowledge Public-Private Partnerships for Global Humanitarian Demining, Thursday, November 4, 1999
*11/01/99: Ukraine: Presidential Election
*11/01/99: Joint Communique: U.S.-EU High-Level Bilateral Consultations on the Environment
*11/01/99: Notice to the Press: Overseas Security Advisory Council Annual Briefing
*11/01/99: 1999 U.S.-Australia Ministerial Meeting (AUSMIN)
*11/01/99: Parliamentary Elections in Georgia

October

*10/30/99: Russia: Red Cross Workers Killed in Chechnya
*10/29/99: Developments In Cote d'Ivoire
*10/29/99: Joint Statement on the Results of Consultations Between Russian Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Grigoriy B. Karasin and Assistant Secretary for South Asian Affairs Karl F. Inderfurth on Afghanistan and South Asia
*10/29/99: Notice to the Press: Cyber Threat Summit '99
*10/28/99: U.S. Special Envoy Kartman To Meet D.P.R.K. Officials in Berlin November 15
*10/28/99: Hostage Crisis at Armenian Parliament Ends
*10/27/99: Shootings in Yerevan, Armenia
*10/27/99: Notice to the Press: Bosnia's Demining Commissioners To Tour U.S. Cities

*10/27/99: Bosnia's Demining Commissioners To Tour U.S. Cities November 1-11, 1999
*10/27/99: Secretary of State Madeline K. Albright To host Foreign Ministers of Israel and Mauritania
*10/27/99: Reported Shooting of Armenian Prime Minister
*10/27/99: U.S.-Austrian Extradition Treaty
*10/26/99: Notice to the Press: Background Briefing on the Meeting of the United Iraqi Opposition in New York From October 29 to November 1, 1999
*10/26/99: Anti-corruption Assistance to World Bank
*10/26/99: Final Report of the Global Forum on Fighting Corruption
*10/26/99: Notice to the Press: Global Technology Corps Forms Partnership With Florida International Volunteer Corps
*10/26/99: Climate Change Conference
*10/26/99: Notice to the Press: U.S. To Host Major Conference on Atrocities Prevention
*10/23/99: Under Secretary Pickering To Travel to Mongolia and China
*10/22/99: Notice to the Press: U.S. Foreign Policy Town Meeting, Charlotte, North Carolina, October 26, 1999
*10/22/99: Notice to the Press: Second Annual Report on USG-Sponsored Exchanges Released
*10/22/99: Democratic Republic of the Congo Peace Process
*10/21/99: USG Concern Regarding UN Special Rapporteur and Malaysian Courts
*10/20/99: Angola: U.S. Urges Immediate Release of Detained Journalist
*10/19/99: Angola: World Food Program
*10/18/99: Belarus: Government Attacks Peaceful March
*10/18/99: Tajikistan: U.S. Concerned About Government's Failure To Register Opposition Presidential Candidates
*10/17/99: Pakistan: General Musharraf's Speech
*10/15/99: Under Secretary Evelyn S. Lieberman To Present the Department's Distinguished International Visitor Alumni Award to Indian Entrepreneur Madhura Chatrapathy
*10/15/99: Uganda: Threat of Arrests Based on Sexual Orientation
*10/15/99: Opening Remarks by Harold Hongju Koh: Public Release of Initial Report of the U.S. to the UN Committee Against Torture
*10/14/99: Release of the Initial Report of the United States of America to the UN Committee Against Torture
*10/14/99: Canada: Joint Statement on Border Cooperation and the Canada-U.S. Partnership Forum
*10/14/99: Deaths Show Need for Greater Security for Humanitarian Workers
*10/14/99: Seizure of Dhows Exporting Food from Iraq
*10/14/99: Kyrgyzstan/Tajikistan: Ill-Advised Trips
*10/14/99: J.A. Jones Construction Co. Awarded Contract for two Department of State Projects in East Africa
*10/13/99: Notice to the Press: Special Briefing on Secretary Albright's Upcoming Trip to Africa
*10/12/99: Canada: Joint Statement on Defense Export Controls and North American Defense Industrial Base
*10/12/99: Death Notice: Ambassador E. William Crotty
*10/12/99: Pakistan: Removal of Sharif Government
*10/09/99: Notice to the Press: The 1999 Starr Symposium: Regional Conference in Preparation for The United Nations Women's Conference, Women 2000: Beijing Plus Five, Kansas City, Missouri, October 13, 1999
*10/09/99: Assistant Secretary Koh Meets With Press in Jakarta, Indonesia
*10/08/99: Global Population Reaches Six Billion
*10/08/99: Apprehension of Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
*10/08/99: State Department Joins Fulbright Association in Honoring UN High Commissioner for Human Rights
*10/08/99: Belarus: Government Strikes At Independent Press
*10/08/99: Release of Newly Declassified and Other Documents Related to Events in Chile From 1968-78
*10/08/99: Notice to the Press: Assistant Secretary Koh's Press Briefing Regarding his Recent Trip to Indonesia and East Timor
*10/08/99: Former USIA Waiver Review Branch Relocates to the Visa Office
*10/07/99: Briefing on Secretary Albright's Designation of Foreign Terrorist Organizations
*10/07/99: National Research Council Study on Science, Technology and Health in Foreign Policy
*10/06/99: Morrison Knudsen is Awarded Design/Build Contract for a New Embassy in Uganda
*10/06/99: Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright's Letter to Senators on the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty
*10/06/99: Georgia: Prospective WTO Accession
*10/05/99: Notice to the Press: Special Press Briefing on Talks to Discuss Compensation for Forced and Slave Labor
*10/05/99: Notice to the Press: Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright's Speech at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University Wednesday, October 6, 1999
*10/04/99: Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright's Events in Los Angeles County on Tuesday, October 5, 1999
*10/04/99: United States Commends Outcome of the Trial of World War II War Criminal Dinko Sakic
*10/04/99: Renewed Fighting in Congo
*10/04/99: Launch of U.S.-Angola Bilateral Consultative Commission
*10/04/99: Displacement of Population in Burundi
*10/01/99: Department Spending To Aid Refugees Reaches Record Level in FY 1999
*10/01/99: Holding of Elections in Abkhazia, Georgia
*10/01/99: Assistant Secretary Koh To Travel to Indonesia, East Timor
*10/01/99: Consolidation of Foreign Affairs Agencies

September

*09/30/99: U.S. Condemns Beating of Pro-Democracy Demonstrators by Milosevic's Police
*09/30/99: Notice to the Press: Events Commemorating the Consolidation of the State Department and U.S. Information Agency
*09/29/99: U.S. to Contribute Additional $3.5 Million to UNRWA
*09/29/99: Notice to the Press: Secretary Albright's Travel to California, Michigan, and Canada
*09/29/99: On Behalf of the Chairman of the Israel-Lebanon Monitoring Group
*09/29/99: United States Condemns Murder of Nine Religious Officials and Staff in East Timor
*09/29/99: U.S. Provides $5.1 Million for East Timor Assistance
*09/28/99: Notice to the Press: Status Briefing on the Foreign Affairs Consolidation
*09/28/99: Notice to the Press: Deputy Secretary of State Strobe Talbott To Speak at Kennedy School of Government
*09/27/99: U.S.-Gulf Cooperation Council Joint Statement
*09/27/99: Willy Chirino Foundation and Cuban Salsa Singer Willy Chirino Honored for Work on Behalf of Children and Families
*09/27/99: Pakistan: Arrests of Demonstrators
*09/24/99: United States Welcomes Release of Noted Turkish Human Rights Activist
*09/24/99: Co-Sponsors' Summary "Partners in Peace," New York City, September 24, 1999
*09/24/99: Secretary Albright to Visit Africa, October 17-27
*09/24/99: U.S. Department of State Luncheon To Honor Queen Noor's Anti-Landmine Leadership
*09/23/99: Notice to the Press: Briefing by State Department Spokesman James P. Rubin
*09/23/99: On Behalf of the Chairman of the Monitoring Group
*09/23/99: ECOWAS Meeting
*09/23/99: Colombia's Strategy
*09/21/99: Belarus: Disappearance of Opposition Leader Victor Gonchar
*09/21/99: Angola: U.S. Concerned By Murder Of Unita Deputy
*09/18/99: Notice to the Press: Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright's Travel to The 54th Session of the United Nations General Assembly REVISED
*09/17/99: The Visit of the Russian Law Enforcement Delegation to the United States
*09/17/99: Visit to Indonesia of Assistant Secretary Julia V. Taft
*09/17/99: Notice to the Press: Secretary Albright's Travel to the 54th Session of the United Nations General Assembly
*09/16/99: East Timor - U.S.-Australian Cooperation
*09/16/99: Notice to the Press: Address by Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright to Advisory Committee on Labor Diplomacy
*09/15/99: Bosnia: Refugee Returns
*09/15/99: Notice to the Press: Address by Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright to The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
*09/13/99: Belarus: Return of U.S. Ambassador
*09/13/99: Notice to the Press: Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright To Address Kosovar Albanian Leaders
*09/13/99: Russia: Moscow Explosions
*09/10/99: Suspension of Military Sales to Indonesia
*09/10/99: Notice to the Press: Release of Consular Information Sheets to Include Y2K Information
*09/09/99: Notice to the Press: Meeting of the Advisory Committee on Labor Diplomacy
*09/09/99: Fact Sheet: Department of State Preparations for Y2K
*09/08/99: Department of State Preparations for Y2K Reporting Exercise: 9-9-99
*09/07/99: Notice to the Press: Release of the 1999 Annual Report on International Religious Freedom
*09/04/99: East Timor: Militia Violence
*09/04/99: Notice to the Press: Secretary of State Visit to Turkey
*09/02/99: U.S. Department of State Issues Presidential Permit for Fiber Optic Tunnel Connection Linking San Diego and Tijuana
*09/01/99: Loren Wille
*09/01/99: Continuing Militia Violence in East Timor
*09/01/99: Rebel Signature of Congo Peace Agreement

August

*08/31/99: Georgia: Extension of Abkhazia Peacekeeping Force Mandate
*08/31/99: Burundi: Attacks on Civilians
*08/31/99: Indonesia: Unamet Carries out Successful Vote
*08/30/99: Republic of Congo (Brazzaville)
*08/30/99: Special Negotiator for Nagorno-Karabakh and Regional Conflicts Apppointed
*08/26/99: Indonesia - East Timor Vote
*08/26/99: San Francisco Passport Agency Initiates Automated Telephone Appointment System
*08/25/99: U.S. Special Envoy Kartman To Meet D.P.R.K. Officials in Berlin September 7
*08/25/99: Notice to the Press:Town Hall Meeting: "Peace and Politics: The U.S. in World Crises"
*08/25/99: Release of Foreign Relations Volume on Energy Diplomacy and Global Issues, 1964-1968
*08/23/99: Turkmenistan: Democracy Activist Sentenced
*08/20/99: Uzbekistan: Six Uzbek Dissidents Arrested After February 16 Terrorist Attack Receive Sentences
*08/20/99: U.S. Citizens Killed in the Earthquake in Turkey
*08/20/99: U.S. Department of State Integrated Mine Action Support Contract (IMAS)
*08/20/99: GPS End of Week Rollover
*08/18/99: Killing of Civilians in Burundi
*08/17/99: Notice to the Press: M. Osman Siddique Sworn in as U.S. Ambassador
*08/17/99: Notice to the Press: Situation in Turkey Following This Morning's Earthquake
*08/16/99: Violence in Dagestan
*08/16/99: Canada: Not on Majors List as Drug Transit Country
*08/16/99: Travel of Secretary of State Albright to the Middle East and Asia
*08/13/99: United States Policy on PKK and Northern Iraq
*08/13/99: Notice to the Press: Under Secretary Thomas Pickering Special Press Briefing
*08/13/99: U.S. Provides $1 Million To Aid Iraqi People
*08/12/99: Notice to the Press: Seeds of Peace
*08/10/99: $500,000 U.S. Flood Assistance to Aid Relief Efforts in China
*08/09/99: Croatia Transfers Vinko Martivonic ("Stela") to The Hague
*08/06/99: Rewards Program: Release of Public Service Announcement
*08/06/99: Trans-Caspian Gas Pipeline
*08/05/99: Under Secretary of State Thomas Pickering To Visit Colombia and Venezuela
*08/05/99: Indonesia: Concern About Violence in Aceh
*08/04/99: Thomas G. Weston Named Special Coordinator for Cyprus
*08/04/99: Notice to the Press: Commemorative Ceremony in Honor of the Victims of the Bombings
*08/04/99: United States Condemns Sudan's Ban on Relief Flights
*08/04/99: New Secretary General of NATO
*08/03/99: Citizens of Portugal, Singapore, and Uruguay may Travel on Visa Waiver Program as of August 9
*08/03/99: U.S. Supports Bishops' Call for Peace
*08/02/99: Notice to the Press: Official Commemoration Events
*08/02/99: Rebel Signature of Congo Peace Agreement
*08/02/99: Diversity Immigrant Visa Program (DV-2001)

July

*07/30/99: Successful Y2K Test of U.S. Passport Technology
*07/29/99: Notice to the Press: Press Availability After Technical Meeting Related to Compensation for Holocaust-era Forced and Slave Labor
*07/29/99: Travel of Assistant Secretary Harold Hongju Koh to Turkey
*07/28/99: United States Welcomes Sudan Peace Process Enhancements
*07/28/99: Joint Statement by U.S. and Denmark In Support of Victims of Torture
*07/28/99: Democratic Republic of The Congo
*07/28/99: Senior Executive Service 20th Anniversary
*07/27/99: Canada: International Traffic in Arms Regulations
*07/27/99: Trilateral Meeting Joint Press Statement
*07/26/99: Russia: Attempted Bombing of Moscow Synagogue
*07/26/99: Kosovar Refugees Return Home Today
*07/23/99: Special Envoy For Liberia, Ambassador Howard F. Jeter, To Travel To Liberia
*07/23/99: National Missile Defense (NMD) System
*07/23/99: Notice to the Press: Special Briefing on Civilian Implementation in Kosovo (Revised)
*07/23/99: Intellectual Property Rights Initiative
*07/23/99: U.S., R.O.K., Japan To Meet in Singapore July 27
*07/22/99: Notice to the Press: Korea: Four Party Talks Press Accreditation and Arrangements
*07/22/99: Notice to the Press: Visit of Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright to Kosovo
*07/22/99: UNITA Kills Civilians in Attack on Catete
*07/21/99: Under Secretary Loy meets with UN High Commissioner; U.S. to provide $61.7 million for Refugees
*07/20/99: Relations Between Bolivia and Chile
*07/20/99: Belarus: Presidential Term of Office
*07/19/99: Notice to the Press: Town Meeting on "Peace and Politics: The U.S. in World Crises"
*07/19/99: Haiti: Electoral Decree
*07/19/99: Notice to the Press: Children of War, Children of Hope Exhibition
*07/19/99: Four Party Talks: Sixth Plenary To Convene August 5
*07/15/99: Third Plenary Meeting of the Steering Group to Prepare the Foundation Initiative of German Enterprises
*07/15/99: Latvian Language Law
*07/15/99: U.S. Satisfied With Italy's Commitment to Stop Illegal Driftnet Fishing
*07/15/99: Croatia: U.S. Welcomes Extension of the Mandate of the UN Mission of Observers in Prevlaka
*07/15/99: Progress in Ethiopia/Eritrea Peace Process
*07/15/99: United States Welcomes the Decision of the Yugoslavia War Crimes Tribunal Appeals Chamber To Convict Dusan Tadic for Grave Breaches of the Geneva Convention
*07/14/99: Ecuador: Transportation Strike
*07/14/99: Afghanistan: Murder of Pushtun Tribal Leader
*07/14/99: Notice to the Press: Briefing on Forced and Slave Labor Plenary Meeting
*07/14/99: Notice to the Press: Children of War, Children of Hope Exhibition
*07/14/99: Secretary Addresses Native American Leaders
*07/13/99: Russia: Stabbing of Leopold Kaymovskiy
*07/13/99: Notice to the Press: Thomas J. Miller to be Sworn in as Ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina
*07/13/99: Notice to the Press: Claudio Lilienfeld, Senior Demining Official, Will Speak at the Sister Cities International Conference in Little Rock
*07/12/99: President Clinton Announces Appointment of Paul Song to the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Business Advisory Council
*07/12/99: NOAA, ICLARM Meet to Strengthen Ways to Manage Coral Reefs
*07/12/99: Notice to the Press: Updated Information for Press Coverage of Secretary Albright's Address to the NAACP Annual Convention and Visit to the American Craft Museum Exhibit
*07/12/99: Secretary Albright's Travel to ASEAN Regional Forum and Post-Ministerial Conference
*07/12/99: Notice to the Press: Chief of Protocol Mary Mel French Will Speak at The Sister Cities International Conference in Little Rock
*07/12/99: Notice to the Press: U.S. Baltic Partnership Commission Meeting Signing Ceremony and Press Conference
*07/12/99: U.S. Announces Plan To Help Kosovar Refugees Return Home
*07/10/99: Cuban Boat Capsized
*07/09/99: Notice to the Press: Secretary Albright To Address NAACP Annual Convention and Visit American Craft Museum Exhibit
*07/09/99: July 10 Commemorative Ceremony of Cuba
*07/09/99: Fighting in Burundi
*07/09/99: Notice to the Press: Background Briefing on Kosovar Refugee Issues
*07/08/99: Notice to the Press: Address to the Families of Vietnamese Political Prisoners Association
*07/07/99: Peace Agreement for Congo
*07/07/99: U.S. Baltic Partnership Commission Meeting
*07/06/99: China--Release on Accidental Bombing
*07/06/99: Detention of Bosnian Serb War Criminal
*07/02/99: Suriname: Sea Turtle Conservation and Shrimp Imports
*07/02/99: Zimbabwe: Death of Joshua Nkomo
*07/01/99: Croatian Moves Against Open Society Institute

June

*06/30/99: Chile Declassification Project
*06/29/99: Notice to the Press: U.S. and Canada To Sign Pacific Salmon Agreement
*06/29/99: Notice to the Press: Briefing on OECD Anti-Bribery Convention Wednesday, June 30, 1999
*06/29/99: Senior Officials To Lead U.S. Delegation at UN Special Session on Population Issues
*06/29/99: East Timor: Militia Attack on Unamet Offices
*06/28/99: Notice to the Press: Special Briefing on President Mubarak's Visit to Washington
*06/26/99: U.S.-R.O.K.-Japan Joint Press Statement
*06/25/99: Notice to the Press: Spokesman's Press Briefing on Monday, June 28
*06/25/99: Notice to the Press: Secretary Albright To Attend G-8 Ministerial in New York Wednesday, June 30
*06/25/99: Notice to the Press: Secretary Albright's Remarks to the Council on Foreign Relations
*06/25/99: Report on the U.S. Visit to the Site at Kumchang-Ni, Democratic People's Republic of Korea
*06/25/99: Notice to the Press: Background Briefing on Meetings with Iraqi Kurdish leaders Rescheduled
*06/24/99: Briefing on Kosovo Demining Efforts
*06/24/99: War Criminal Rewards Program
*06/24/99: Cancellation of Public Announcement on Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
*06/23/99: Notice to the Press: Princeton University To Mark the Opening of the Microfilmed Collection of Official Papers of John Foster Dulles in the Seeley G. Mudd Manuscript Library
*06/23/99: Notice to the Press: James C. Hormel To Be Sworn in as Ambassador to Luxembourg
*06/23/99: Notice to the Press: Background Briefing with Iraqi Kurdish Leaders
*06/22/99: U.S., Republic of Korea, and Japan To Meet in Washington, D.C. June 25
*06/21/99: Angola: Indiscriminate Shelling of Huambo City
*06/21/99: Turkey: State Security Court Reform Passes
*06/20/99: Secretary Albright's Travel to Bulgaria and Romania
*06/18/99: Notice to the Press: Background Briefing To Discuss the Results of Meetings with Iraqi Kurdish Leaders
*06/18/99: State Department Hosts Counterterrorism Conference
*06/18/99: U.S Special Envoy Kartman to Meet D.P.R.K. Officials in Beijing June 23
*06/16/99: Notice to the Press: Secretary Albright To Participate in North Atlantic Council (NAC) Joint Foreign and Defense Ministers Meeting
*06/15/99: Notice to the Press: Background Briefing Scheduled To discuss the Results of Meetings With Iraqi Kurds
*06/15/99: Reported Clash in Nagorno-Karabakh
*06/15/99: On Behalf of the Chairman of the Monitoring Group
*06/14/99: Mine Clearance Support - Kosovo Province
*06/09/99: Services Available to the Press
*06/08/99: Notice to the Press: Assistant Secretary Koh To Consult With Cuban-American Leaders
*06/08/99: Sea Turtle Conservation and Shrimp Imports: Guyana Certification
*06/08/99: Secretary Albright To Meet With NATO Secretary General Javier Solana
*06/07/99: Armenian Parliamentary Elections
*06/07/99: Indicted War Criminal Apprehended by SFOR
*06/07/99: The Inter-American Convention on Transparency in Conventional Weapons Acquisitions
*06/06/99: Comment by State Department Spokesman James P. Rubin to the Traveling Press
*06/05/99: Secretary Albright's Trip to Germany
*06/04/99: Under Secretary Thomas Pickering To Attend OAS General Assembly in Guatemala
*06/04/99: Notice to the Press: Journalists Interested in Accompanying Secretary Albright to Germany for Possible Meeting of the G-8 Foreign Ministers
*06/04/99: U.S. Notes Tenth Anniversary of Tragic Events in and Near Tiananmen Square in Beijing and Elsewhere in China
*06/03/99: On Behalf of the Chairman of the Monitoring Group
*06/03/99: $4 Million Awarded for East Asia and Pacific Environmental Initiative
*06/03/99: United States Announces Agreement with Canada on Pacific Salmon
*06/02/99: U.S.-Cuba Migration Talks, June 2, 1999
*06/02/99: On Behalf of the Chairman of the Monitoring Group
*06/02/99: Notice to the Press: U.S. Department of State Model UN Program for Washington D.C. High Schools
*06/01/99: Second Seci Agreement Signed

May

*05/28/99: Rwandan Cessation of Hostilities in the Congo
*05/28/99: Notice to the Press: Secretary Albright To Address the Georgetown School of Foreign Service Commencement
*05/28/99: Serbia: Specially Designated Nationals
*05/27/99: Preliminary Results of Kumchang-ni Site Visit
*05/26/99: U.S. and Greece Sign Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty
*05/25/99: Secretary Albright's travel to Mexico
*05/24/99: Results of the Diversity Immigrant Visa Program (DV-2000)
*05/24/99: American Foreign Service 75th Anniversary
*05/24/99: United States, Bahrain Sign Open Skies Agreement
*05/21/99: Kosovar Refugees Resettle Across U.S.; Nearly 4,200 Evacuated from Macedonia
*05/21/99: Afghanistan: Reports of Reprisals Against Civilians
*05/21/99: Notice to the Press: Briefing: Secretary Albright's meeting with the Interim Leadership Committee of the Iraqi National Congress
*05/21/99: UN Humanitarian Assessment Mission to The Former Yugoslavia
*05/20/99: Belarus: May 16 Presidential Election
*05/20/99: Yugoslav Military Obstructs Humanitarian Aid to Montenegro
*05/19/99: Sea Turtle Conservation and Shrimp Imports
*05/19/99: U.S.-Argentina Civil Aviation Talks Postponed
*05/19/99: June O'Connell Named Winner of Barbara M. Watson Award for Consular Excellence
*05/18/99: Violation of Cease-Fire by Government of Sudan
*05/18/99: U.S.-Baltic Partnership Commission Meeting
*05/17/99: Women's Enfranchisement in Kuwait
*05/17/99: Constitutional Referendum in Guatemala
*05/17/99: U.S. Reaction to EU Move to Limit Emissions Trading
*05/14/99: Ecuador-Peru Border
*05/13/99: Afghanistan: Peace Proposal
*05/13/99: Notice to the Press: Secretary Albright's Travel to Tucson, Arizona
*05/13/99: On Behalf of the Chairman of the Lebanon-Israel Monitoring Group
*05/11/99: Notice to the Press: Joint Press Conference: Under Secretary Eizenstat and German Minister of the Chancellery Bodo Hombach
*05/11/99: Notice to the Press: Under Secretary Stuart Eizenstat and German Minister of the Chancellery Bodo Hombach Photo-Op
*05/10/99: Pakistan: Attacks on Journalists
*05/08/99: China--Embassy in Belgrade
*05/07/99: Inauguration of Djiboutian President-Elect
*05/07/99: On Behalf of the Chairman of the Lebanon-Israel Monitoring Group
*05/07/99: North Korea--Site Access at Kumchangni
*05/07/99: South Korea: Visit of Foreign Minister
*05/06/99: Yugoslav Navy Closes Port of Bar in Montenegro
*05/06/99: East Timor Autonomy Agreement
*05/05/99: Appointment of Special Negotiator for Compact of Free Association
*05/05/99: Robert A. Seiple Sworn in as Ambassador at Large for International Religious Freedom
*05/04/99: Notice to the Press: U.S. Hosts Joint Political-Military Discussions With Israel
*05/04/99: Humanitarian Workers in Angola
*05/04/99: Notice to the Press: Town Meeting on U.S. Foreign Policy, Baltimore, Maryland, May 6, 1999
*05/04/99: Notice to the Press: Deputy Secretary Talbott To Address the Belfer Center for Science and International Director's Seminar on the 50th Anniversary of NATO and Kosovo
*05/04/99: Cancellation of Public Announcement on Cameroon
*05/03/99: Sea Turtle Conservation and Shrimp Imports
*05/03/99:U.S. Commemorates World Press Freedom Day

April

*04/29/99: Release of Foreign Relations Volume on Germany and Berlin, 1964-1968
*04/29/99: Former State Department Employee Pleads Guilty To Conflict-of-Interest Charge
*04/29/99: Southeast European Transport Ministers Sign Agreement (REVISED)
*04/29/99: Council of The Americas Washington Conference, May 3 and 4, 1999
*04/29/99: Madagascar's Hosting of Reconciliation Talks on Comoros
*04/27/99: Affirmation of the Right to Democracy
*04/26/99: Murder of Guatemalan Bishop Gerardi
*04/23/99: 1-800 Number Established for Relocating Kosovar Refugees
*04/23/99: Cancellation of Public Announcement on Jamaica
*04/23/99: Meeting of Secretary Albright With Albanian President Rexhep Meidani
*04/22/99: U.S. and Canada Agree to Negotiate Air Quality Agreement Annex on Ground-Level Ozone
*04/22/99: Notice to the Press: Briefing on NATO Science Programme
*04/21/99: East Timor Peace Pact
*04/21/99: Notice to the Press: Washington Passport Agency To Provide Only Emergency Service on April 23
*04/21/99: Belarus: Deputy Secretary Talbott Meeting with Andrei Sannikov
*04/20/99: Death of David and Penny Mccall in Albania
*04/20/99: On Behalf of the Chairman of the Lebanon-Israel Monitoring Group
*04/19/99: Notice to the Press: U.S.-Japan Subcabinet Meeting (Second Notice)
*04/19/99: Notice to the Press: Background Briefing on U.S.-Japan Subcabinet Meetings
*04/19/99: Economic Crisis in Ecuador
*04/17/99: Attack In East Timor
*04/16/99: Secretary Albright's Address to the People of Serbia
*04/16/99: Developments in Niger
*04/16/99: Algerian Presidential Elections
*04/15/99: REVISED--Notice to the Press: Special Background Briefing on Korean Issues
*04/15/99: Notice to the Press: Korea: Four Party Talks--Press Accreditation and Arrangements
*04/15/99: On Behalf of the Chairman of the Lebanon-Israel Monitoring Group
*04/14/99: New Orleans Passport Agency Relocates Public Services
*04/14/99: Notice to the Press: Cardinal Law To Honor U.S. Ambassador to Honduras for Hurricane Mitch Work, April 16,1999
*04/14/99: Malaysia: Guilty Verdict in Trial of Former Deputy Prime Minister
*04/13/99: Four Party Talks: Fifth Plenary To Convene April 24
*04/12/99: Notice to the Press: Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright Luncheon Address
*04/12/99: U.S. Condemns Slaying of Slavko Curuvija
*04/12/99: Coup d'Etat in Niger
*04/09/99: Cancellation of Public Announcement on Israel
*04/09/99: Cancellation of Public Announcement on Thailand
*04/09/99: President Clinton Determines Croatia Eligible To Receive U.S. Defense Articles And Services
*04/09/99: Notice To The Press: Special Briefings for Friday, April 9
*04/09/99: New Agreement Expands Commercial Aviation Between China and the United States
*04/07/99: Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright To Attend NATO Foreign Ministers Meeting in Brussels
*04/07/99: Responsibility of Individual Yugoslav Army and Ministry of Internal Affairs Commanders for Crimes Committed by Forces Under Their Command in Kosovo
*04/06/99: U.S.-Japan Joint Efforts on Global Issues, Such as Climate Change and Disease Control, Under the Common Agenda
*04/06/99: Fifth Anniversary of Rwandan Genocide
*04/06/99: Belgrade's Cease-fire Insufficient
*04/03/99: Secretary Albright Meets With Foreign Ministers Regarding the Situation in Kosovo and Surrounding Region
*04/02/99: Sudan: Deaths of Red Crescent Worker and Three Sudanese Officials
*04/01/99: Political Dialogue in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
*04/01/99: U.S. Concerned That KVM Local Employees May be Targets of Retribution
*04/01/99: U.S. Servicemen Abducted in Macedonia

March

*03/31/99: Secretary Albright Meets Croatian Foreign Minister Granic
*03/31/99: Response of Neighboring States to Refugee Flows from Kosovo
*03/31/99: Belarus: Arrest of Opposition Leader Mikhail Chigir
*03/31/99: The Department of State's Y2K Efforts
*03/30/99: Secretary Calls Djukanovic About Stability in Montenegro
*03/29/99: Relief for Neediest Holocaust Survivors in Eastern Europe and Former Soviet Union
*03/29/99: United States Deeply Regrets the Death of Jozo Leutar, Deputy Minister of Interior of The Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina
*03/29/99: Notice to the Press: Briefing: Kosovo Humanitarian and Refugee Issues
*03/29/99: Notice to the Press: On the Record Briefing: The Integration of ACDA and the Department of State
*03/27/99: Paraguay: Deaths of Demonstrators
*03/26/99: U.S. Provides $8.5 Million to UNHCR for Humanitarian Response in the Balkans
*03/26/99: The Congo
*03/26/99: U.S. To Sponsor China Resolution at UN Commission on Human Rights
*03/26/99: U.S. Condemns Latest Instances of Serbian Repression
*03/24/99: U.S. Strongly Condemns Belgrade Assault on Independent Media
*03/23/99: U.S. Sends Delegation to UN Population Meeting
*03/23/99: Murder of Paraguayan Vice President Argana
*03/22/99: Legislative Election in Togo
*03/22/99: North Korea--World Food Program Appeal
*03/22/99: On Behalf of the Chairman of the Monitoring Group
*03/18/99: Burma--Visa for Dr. Michael Aris
*03/17/99: U.S. Condemns Belgrade's Latest Attack on Independent Media
*03/17/99: On Behalf of the Chairman of the Monitoring Group
*03/16/99: U.S.-D.P.R.K. Joint Statement
*03/16/99: Economic Crisis in Ecuador
*03/16/99: Anniversary of the Halabja Massacre
*03/16/99: U.S. Condemns Car Bombing in Sarajevo
*03/16/99: U.S. International Response to Hiv/Aids
*03/15/99: Notice to the Press: Background Briefings During the U.S.-Africa Ministerial: Partnership for the 21st Century, March 16-18, 1999
*03/15/99: Notice to the Press: U.S.-Africa Ministerial on Partnership in the 21st Century Opening Plenary, Tuesday, March 16, 1999
*03/15/99: U.S. Contributes $71.6 Million To ICRC
*03/15/99: Letter of KLA Representative Hashim Thaqi to Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright
*03/12/99: Arrest of Nguyen Thanh Giang
*03/11/99: Economic Crisis in Ecuador
*03/11/99: Notice to the Press: Chicago Passport Agency Initiates Automated Telephone Appointment System
*03/10/99: Notice to the Press: NATO Accession Ceremony - Advisory #3
*03/10/99: Novosibirsk Synagogue Vandalized
*03/10/99: Notice to the Press: Secretary Albright and SBA Administrator Alvarez to Sign Memorandum of Understanding to Increase Women-Owned Business Contracting Opportunities
*03/10/99: Address by Secretary Albright and Senator Dole to all Kosovo Residents
*03/09/99: First Meeting of the Overseas Presence Advisory Panel
*03/09/99: Notice to the Press: President To Address U.S.-Africa Ministerial March 16
*03/09/99: Secretary Albright's Travel to Guatemala
*03/09/99: Presidential Elections in El Salvador
*03/08/99: Ambassador Holbrooke Travel to Belgrade
*03/08/99: U.S. Strongly Condemns Sentencing of Serbian Journalist
*03/06/99: Capture of Top Khmer Rouge Leader Ta Mok
*03/05/99: Notice to the Press: NATO Accession Ceremony--Advisory #2
*03/05/99: Release of Political Prisoners in Nigeria
*03/05/99: Department of State Report on Coral Bleaching
*03/04/99: Human Rights in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
*03/04/99: Special Envoy Jesse Jackson To Travel To Nigeria
*03/03/99: Notice to the Press: NATO Accession Ceremony - Advisory #1
*03/02/99: U.S.-Mongolia Consultations
*03/02/99: North Korea Policy Coordinator William Perry To Travel to Region
*03/02/99: Trial of Dissident Working Group Leaders in Cuba

February

*02/26/99: Washington Meeting of the Trilateral Anti-Incitement Committee
*02/26/99: Arctic Council Launches Multinational Initiative To Identify and Phase-out Sources of PCBs in Russia
*02/25/99: Belarus: Arrest of Central Election Commission
*02/25/99: ASEAN Regional Forum Meeting Bangkok, March 3-5, 1999
*02/25/99: Notice to the Press: Release of the 1998 Country Report on Human Rights Practices (REVISED as of 8:15 p.m.)
*02/24/99: On Behalf of the Chairman of the Israel/Lebanon Monitoring Group
*02/24/99: Notice to the Press: Release of the 1999 International Narcotics Control Strategy Report (INCSR)
*02/23/99: Notice to the Press: Secretary Albright's Forthcoming Trip to China, Thailand, and Indonesia
*02/23/99: India/Pakistan Summit
*02/23/99: Notice to the Press: Media Schedule for Vice President Gore's Global Forum on Fighting Corruption, February 24-26, 1999
*02/22/99: Iraq: Assassination of Shi'a Cleric Condemned
*02/22/99: Ethiopia-Eritrea Conflict
*02/22/99: Initial Reports Indicate Successful National Assembly Elections in Nigeria
*02/22/99: Guinea-Bissau: Inauguration of Government of National Unity
*02/22/99: Resolution of the Bulgarian-Macedonian Language Issue
*02/19/99: Meeting of the U.S.-Palestinian Bilateral Committee
*02/19/99: Ukraine: Certification
*02/18/99: Notice to the Press: Department of State Official To Travel to Atlanta
*02/18/99: Notice to the Press: Visit of Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright to Paris and Rambouillet
*02/16/99: Notice to the Press: Vice President Gore to Host "A Global Forum on Fighting Corruption: Safeguarding Integrity Among Justice and Security Officials"
*02/16/99: Accession of the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Poland to NATO
*02/16/99: On Behalf of the Chairman of the Monitoring Group
*02/16/99: Next Round of U.S.-D.P.R.K. Bilateral Talks on Suspect Underground Construction
*02/16/99: Niger--Local Government Elections
*02/12/99:Fulfilling the Promise of Cairo
*02/12/99: Notice to the Press: Visit of Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright to Paris and Rambouillet
*02/11/99: Travel Safety Information For Students
*02/11/99: Notice to the Press: State Department Alerts Students to Risks of Overseas Travel
*02/10/99: U.S.-Canada International Joint Commission To Study International Boundary Waters
*02/09/99: Secretary's Trip to Asia
*02/09/99: Secretary's Call to Montenegrin President Djukanovic
*02/09/99: The Democratic Republic of the Congo
*02/08/99: Secretary Thanks Macedonian President for Kosovo Support
*02/08/99: U.S. Condemns Takeover Of ICN
*02/05/99: Ethiopian/Eritrean Conflict
*02/03/99: Notice to the Press: Press Registration for the International Conference on Fighting Corruption and Safeguarding Integrity Among Justice and Security Officials
*02/03/99: Bosnia: Republika Srpska Prime Minister Nomination
*02/03/99: Guinea-Bissau - Renewed Fighting
*02/03/99: Notice to the Press: Secretary Madeleine K. Albright Travels to Florida and Connecticut
*02/02/99: Pakistan-U.S. Talks
*02/01/99: Notice to the Press: Background Briefing on Biosafety Protocol Negotiations
*02/01/99: Notice to the Press: Senior Officials Brief on International Population Policy and ICPD+5
*02/01/99: Meeting of Secretary Albright With Albanian Prime Minister Pandeli Majko
*02/01/99: India-U.S. Talks
*02/01/99: Sixth Anniversary of Kidnapping of New Tribes Missionaries

January

*01/30/99: Notice to the Press: Special Briefing on Function 150 (International Affairs) Budget
*01/28/99: U.S. Committed to Full Implementation of Dayton Accords
*01/27/99: Contact Group Ministerial Meeting on Crisis in Kosovo
*01/27/99: Notice to the Press: Press Briefing on the Earthquake in Colombia
*01/26/99: Senior U.S. Officials Head Delegation at International Migration Conference
*01/26/99: Death of Diplomatic Security Special Agent Brad Smith
*01/26/99: On Behalf of the Chairman of the Monitoring Group
*01/26/99: Notice to the Press: Senior Officials Brief on Emergency Relief and Reconstruction in Central America
*01/25/99: Cyprus: Albright-Kasoulides Meeting
*01/25/99: Administration Statement on the Myrna Mack Case
*01/25/99: U.S. Welcomes Release of Nine Kosovar Albanian And Five Serb Detainees
*01/25/99: Notice to the Press: Ambassador Felix Rohatyn To Address Nation's Mayors on Cities in Global Economy
*01/25/99: Zimbabwe: Arrest and Torture of Journalists
*01/25/99: U.S. Welcomes Croatian and Montenegrin Actions To Open Border Crossings
*01/21/99: Sudan Ceasefire Extension
*01/20/99: Special Coordinator for Tibetan Issues
*01/20/99: Secretary of State to Travel to London and Paris, January 28-29
*01/19/99: Notice to the Press: Secretary Albright To Deliver Address on the Challenges Facing U.S. National Interests at Home and Abroad
*01/18/99: U.S. Welcomes OSCE Statement on Kosovo
*01/18/99: Kosovo Verification Mission and Ambassador Walker
*01/17/99: Condemnation of Violence and Need for Cooperation with KVM
*01/17/99: U.S. Welcomes NATO Secretary General's Statement on Kosovo
*01/15/99: On Behalf of the Chairman of the Monitoring Group
*01/15/99: Suspension of Title III Lawsuit Provisions of the Cuban Liberty and Democratic Solidarity Act
*01/15/99: U.S. Welcomes Extension of the Mandate of the UN Mission of Observers in Prevlaka
*01/15/99: Security of the Kosovo Verification Mission
*01/14/99: First Anniversary of the U.S.-Baltic Charter of Partnership
*01/13/99: U.S. Support For Democratization In Serbia
*01/12/99: Notice to the Press: Korea: Four Party Talks Press Accreditation and Arrangements
*01/11/99: United States Condemns Serbia's Denial of Visas to Nobel Laureate and Other International Academic Leaders
*01/11/99: State Department Hosts Bilateral Human Rights Dialogue With China
*01/11/99: Kazakhstan: January 10 Presidential Election
*01/09/99: Operation To Apprehend Bosnian War Criminal
*01/07/99: Notice to the Press: Press Briefing on Kosovo
*01/07/99: Democratic Republic of The Congo
*01/06/99: Next Round of U.S.-D.P.R.K. Bilateral Talks on Suspect Underground Construction
*01/06/99: Four Party Talks: Fourth Plenary To Convene January 19
*01/05/99: State Department Condemns Beating of Student Leader
*01/05/99: Notice to the Press: Secretary Albright's Special Briefing on Cuba
*01/04/99: Notice to the Press: Stamford Passport Agency Initiates Automated Telephone Appointment System
*01/02/99: Angola--Loss of Another UN Plane

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