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September

--09/30/04  Japan: Deputy Secretary's Travel for Strategic Dialogue
--09/30/04  Kazakhstan Parliamentary Elections
--09/30/04  Secretary of State Colin L. Powell to Travel to Atlanta, Georgia
--09/29/04  2006 Diversity Visa Lottery Program Registration
--09/29/04  Express Pipeline Presidential Permit
--09/29/04  Martin Report Assessing U.S. Refugee Admissions Program Is Now Available
--09/29/04  On-The-Record Briefing: United States Agency for International Development Administrator Andrew S. Natsios and Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Africa Affairs Michael Ranneberger on Sudan; Washington, DC
--09/29/04  Syria: Security for American Embassy in Damascus
--09/29/04  Visit of Secretary of State Colin L. Powell to Brazil
--09/28/04  Ambassador Prudence Bushnell Selected as 2004 Service to America Medal Recipient
--09/28/04  Briefing by USAID Administrator Natsios on Recent Visit to Sudan
--09/28/04  Establishment of the Office of Reconstruction and Stabilization (S/CRS)
--09/28/04  Illegal Transfer of U.S.-Origin Weapons to Cyprus
--09/28/04  Meeting with Greek Foreign Minister at United Nations
--09/28/04  Under Secretary Marc Grossman Meeting with Cypriot President in New York
--09/27/04  Grants To Support Democratization Training for Iraqi Women; Statement by Secretary Colin L. Powell; Washington, DC
--09/27/04  Presidential Commission To Release Report on Public Diplomacy
--09/27/04  Release of Foreign Relations Volume
--09/27/04  Sudanese Claim That Opposition Attempted Coup
--09/27/04  U.S. Visa Restrictions on Belarusian Officials
--09/24/04  Colombia: Determination and Certification of Colombian Government and Armed Forces with Respect to Human Rights Related Conditions
--09/24/04  Foreign Terrorist Organization: Redesignation of Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan and Alias
--09/24/04  Liberia -- Progress on Democratization
--09/24/04  U.S. Assistance to Haiti Following Tropical Storm Jeanne
--09/23/04  Schedule of U.S. Secretary of State Colin L. Powell at the 59th United Nations General Assembly, New York, New York
--09/22/04  NATO Iraq Training Role
--09/22/04  Revised Schedule of U.S. Secretary of State Colin L. Powell at the 59th United Nations General Assembly, New York, New York
--09/22/04  Travel to Chad and Sudan by Assistant Secretary of State for Population, Refugees, and Migration Arthur E. Dewey
--09/21/04  International Contact Group on Liberia
--09/21/04  Revised Schedule of U.S. Secretary of State Colin L. Powell at the 59th United Nations General Assembly, New York, New York
--09/20/04  Indonesia - Presidential Election
--09/20/04  Preparatory Meetings of the Forum for the Future
--09/20/04  Terminating the National Emergency with Respect to Libya: Revocation of Executive Order Sanctions
--09/17/04  Secretary of State Colin L. Powell to Travel to New York for the United Nations 59th General Assembly
--09/17/04  United States - India Joint Statement on Next Steps in Strategic Partnership
--09/16/04  Open Skies Treaty: Second Russian Observation Mission in the United States
--09/16/04  Secretary of State Colin L. Powell to Deliver Remarks to Teach Africa Youth Forum
--09/16/04  Strengthening International Import and Export Controls for Radioactive Sources and Materials
--09/15/04  Funding for Millennium Challenge Account
--09/15/04  Macedonia Ohrid Referendum
--09/15/04  On-the-Record-Briefing: Release of the 2004 Annual Report on International Religious Freedom; John Hanford, Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom; Remarks at Release of the 2004 Annual Report on International Religious Freedom; Washington, DC
--09/15/04  Syrian Transfer of Chemical Weapons to Sudan
--09/14/04  New Priorities for U.S. Assistance Under the Iraq Relief and Reconstruction Fund (IRRF); Marc Grossman , Under Secretary for Political Affairs; On-The-Record Briefing; Washington, DC
--09/14/04  Assistant Secretary Wayne to Announce U.S. Intent to Rejoin International Coffee Organization
--09/14/04  Briefing on the President's Narcotics Certification Determinations
--09/14/04  Special Press Briefing on U.S. Assistance to Iraq
--09/14/04  Visit of the Dalai Lama's Special Envoy to China
--09/13/04  Death of Greek Orthodox Pope and Patriarch of Alexandria and Africa Petros VII
--09/13/04  Machine-Readable Passport Requirement
--09/13/04  Special Press Briefing and Release of Annual Report on International Religious Freedom
--09/13/04  U.S.-Georgia Counter-Terrorism Cooperation
--09/09/04  Deputy Secretary Travel to Northern and Central Europe
--09/09/04  Indonesia - Bombing of Australian Embassy
--09/09/04  Lukashenko Referendum Announcement
--09/09/04  Secretary Of State Colin L. Powell To Deliver Address At Georgetown University
--09/08/04  Ambassador Han Song-ryol Comments Regarding Six Party Talks (Taken Question)
--09/08/04  Assistant Secretary John Turner Honored by Major Conservation Groups
--09/07/04  United States Joins Seed Initiative
--09/03/04  Secretary of State Powell To Make Welcome Remarks During 2005 World Expo U.S. Participation Contract Signing Ceremony
--09/03/04  Inaugural Meeting of the Secretary's Advisory Committee on Leadership and Management
--09/03/04  Meeting of the Pakistan-U.S. Joint Working Group on Counter-Terrorism and Law Enforcement
--09/02/04  Ambassador's Fund for Cultural Preservation Awards for 2004
--09/02/04  Malaysia: Acquittal of Former Deputy Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim
--09/02/04  Nuclear Technology Exports to China
--09/02/04  Saudi Arabia: Surrender of Abdallah al-Muqrin
--09/02/04  U.S. to Sign 2005 World Exposition Official Participation Contract
--09/01/04  Murder of Nepalese Hostages in Iraq

  
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