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  • President Barack Obama (AP Images)

    “There is something big happening in America right now. For the first time, we can actually see what our clean energy future looks like.”

  • Break of Reality (U.S. Embassy in Brazil)

    The New York rock-cello quartet Break of Reality participates in a flashmob at a mall in Brasília. Watch part of the performance clicking the image.

  • Secretary of State John Kerry speaking at podium during flag-raising ceremony at the newly reopened embassy in Havana (© AP Images)

    A day ‘for exploring new possibilities,’ Kerry says in Havana

  • USBEA event (Photo: U.S Embassy Brazil)

    Marcelo Franca, Marcio Coimbra, Kayo Amado and Giovani Rocha during their presentation at the USBEA Alumni Summit.


  • IIP Coordinator Macon Phillips Travel to Brazil

    Bureau of International Information Programs (IIP) Coordinator Macon Phillips will travel to Brazil August 23-29, where he will visit Sao Paulo, Brasilia, and Rio de Janeiro to discuss collaboration on environmental sustainability issues, learn more about Brazil’s growing eGovernance initiatives, and explore opportunities for expanded bilateral cooperation efforts. 

  • Press Availability With Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Eduardo Rodriguez Parrilla

    "As part of this stage that begins with the re-establishment of diplomatic relations between Cuba and the United States, we have agreed on the creation of a steering committee to define the issues that should be addressed, including those which have remained pending for the last five decades." 

  • Assistant Secretary Thomas M. Countryman Travels to Brazil

    From August 12-13, Assistant Secretary Thomas M. Countryman and Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary Anita Friedt will be in Brasilia, Brazil to attend the fourth U.S.-Brazil Disarmament and Nonproliferation Dialogue.  

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