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February

--02/29/04  Resignation of President Jean-Bertrand Aristide of Haiti
--02/28/04  Ambassador Calls for Immediate End to Violence in Haiti
--02/28/04  Six-Party Talks on North Korean Nuclear Program
--02/27/04  Abu Dhabi Meeting on International Reconstruction Fund Facility For Iraq
--02/27/04  Arab Banker Denied Entry to U.S. (Taken Question)
--02/27/04  Assistant Secretary Robert B. Charles to Brief on 2004 International Narcotics Control Strategy Report Release
--02/27/04  Israeli-Palestinian Clashes at the Western Wall & Al-Aqsa Mosque (Taken Question)
--02/27/04  New Developments in the U.S. Approach to Landmines; Lincoln P. Bloomfield, Jr., Assistant Secretary for Political-Military Affairs; On-The-Record Briefing; Washington, DC
--02/27/04  United States Support for Palestinian Refugees
--02/26/04  Assistant Secretary Bloomfield to Brief on New Developments in the U.S. Approach to Landmines
--02/25/04  United States Aids Victims of Moroccan Earthquake
--02/24/04  Background Briefing on Libya Policy Today Tuesday, February 24 at 2:00 p.m.
--02/24/04  Background Briefing on Libya Policy Today, Tuesday, February 24 at 2:00 p.m.
--02/24/04  Deputy Secretary of State Richard L. Armitage to Address National Council for International Visitors Annual Meeting Ambassadors Luncheon
--02/24/04  Under Secretary of State for Global Affairs Paula J. Dobriansky to Lead Delegation to Afghanistan February 24-26
--02/23/04  Future Leaders Focus on Civic Education, Celebrate 10th Anniversary of FLEX Program in Washington, DC
--02/23/04  Special Briefing and Release of 2003 Annual Report on Human Rights February 25
--02/23/04  The Five-Year Strategy for the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief
--02/23/04  United States Assistance to Sudanese Refugee Emergency
--02/20/04  Ethiopia: Violence in Gambella Region
--02/20/04  Meeting of the Advisory Committee on Historical Diplomatic Documentation
--02/20/04  The Film "Osama"
--02/19/04  Transfer of Danish National from Guantanamo
--02/18/04  Background Briefing on Six-Party Talks Thursday, February 19 at 2:30 p.m.
--02/18/04  D-Trade: The New PM/DDTC Electronic Licensing System; Lincoln P. Bloomfield, Jr., Assistant Secretary for Political-Military Affairs; On-The-Record Briefing; Washington, DC
--02/18/04  Establishment of Secretary of State Colin L. Powell's Advisory Committee on Leadership and Management
--02/18/04  International Travel Safety Information for Students
--02/18/04  Secretary of State Colin L. Powell Inaugurates D-Trade
--02/18/04  Signing of Social Security Totalization Agreement Between The United States and Japan
--02/17/04  Biotechnology Oversight Website and Database of Completed Regulatory Agency Reviews
--02/17/04  Meeting of the Advisory Committee on International Economic Policy
--02/17/04  Secretary of State Colin L. Powell to Deliver Address at Princeton University's George F. Kennan Centennial Conference
--02/17/04  Sri Lanka Donor Co-Chairs Call for Early Return to Peace Talks
--02/13/04  Assistant Secretary Lincoln P. Bloomfield to Brief on New D-Trade Licensing System
--02/13/04  Colombia: One Year in Captivity for Americans
--02/13/04  Japan: Futenma (Taken Question)
--02/13/04  Joint Statement on Haiti
--02/13/04  Meetings of U.S. Officials with Palestinian Leader Hanan Ashrawi (Taken Question)
--02/13/04  Obtaining Chinese Visas to Cover the Six Party Talks
--02/13/04  Peru, Brazil and Colombia Riverine Trafficking Accord
--02/13/04  Statement in Support of the Organization of American States and the Carter Center's Efforts In Venezuela
--02/13/04  U.S. Welcomes Agreement in UN Cyprus Talks
--02/12/04  Proliferation Security Initiative Ship Boarding Agreement Signed with Liberia
--02/12/04  Secretary of State Colin L. Powell Authorizes Reward Increase
--02/10/04  Anti-Trafficking Official John Miller Traveling to Asia
--02/10/04  Fulbright Foreign Student Washington Seminar: The Role of the Individual in Civil Society
--02/10/04  Library of Congress Report on the Triborder Area (Taken Question)
--02/09/04  Commission for Assistance to a Free Cuba Welcomes Public Input for Working Groups
--02/09/04  Former New York City Mayor Ed Koch to Head U.S. Delegation To Conference on Anti-Semitism Sponsored by the Organization For Security and Cooperation in Europe, April 28-29, 2004
--02/09/04  U.S. Condemns Violence and Loss of Life in Haiti
--02/08/04  Delayed Opening of Harry S Truman Building on Monday, February 9, 2004 (Revised)
--02/06/04  U.S.-Japan Investment Initiative: Seminars To Facilitate Investment In Japan Kitakyushu, April 5, 2004 Kyoto, April 7, 2004
--02/06/04  U.S.-Japan Investment Initiative: Seminars To Facilitate Investment In Japan Kitakyushu, April 5, 2004 Kyoto, April 7, 2004
--02/05/04  All Minors Applying for a Passport Must Now Appear in Person
--02/04/04  Secretary of State travels to International Reconstruction Conference On Liberia
--02/04/04  U.S. Department of State and the USOC to host Iraqi Wrestlers
--02/03/04  Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Peter DeShazo's Meeting with Members of Venezuela's Democratic Coordinating Committee
--02/03/04  Marshall Legacy Institute Honors Department of State's Humanitarian Mine Action Program
--02/03/04  Meetings with Taiwan Affairs Office
--02/03/04  Millennium Challenge Account Is Launched
--02/03/04  On-The-Record Special Briefing on Liberia
--02/03/04  Sea Turtle Conservation and Shrimp Imports
--02/03/04  The President's Fiscal Year 2005 Budget for the Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief
--02/02/04  International Affairs-FY 2005 Budget

  
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