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  • Lilongwe: Message to U.S. Citizens - Flooding in Southern Malawi

    Following heavy rains which continue to drive rising water levels throughout Malawi, the President of Malawi has declared a Disaster Zone in 15 southern districts. The Embassy recommends that U.S. citizens defer nonessential travel to the affected areas. U.S. citizens residing in Malawi should assess their personal circumstances and relocate as needed. 

  • Vientiane: English Program Joins U.S., Laos, and Brunei

    The United States, Brunei and Laos will provide English language training to Lao officials to help them prepare for Laos’ chairmanship of ASEAN in 2016. 

  • Oslo: U.S. voted best tourist destination by Norwegian travel agents

    The United States was awarded Best tourist destination of the year for the third year in a row at the prestigious Norwegian Grand Travel Awards. The voting was done by more than 1,200 travel agents, randomly selected from all over Norway. 

  • Port of Spain: Application period open for U.S. National Youth Science Camp

    The U.S. Embassy and National Institute of Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology (NIHERST) are pleased to announce they are accepting applications from sixth-form students of science from the POS and Caroni educational districts for a full scholarship to the National Youth Science Camp in West Virginia.  National Youth Science Camp »

  • Beirut: Applications open for "One Beat" program

    The U.S. Embassy in Beirut announces the One Beat program, a four week international music exchange in the United States in the fall of 2015. One Beat is an international music exchange bringing together musicians from around the world to work with American peers and participate in a program that focuses on musical collaboration and social engagement. The application deadline is February 13. 

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