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  • Copenhagen: Embassy Offers Foreign Service Officer Test

    The U.S. Embassy Copenhagen will offer the Foreign Service Officer Test on Feb. 7, 2015 at the Embassy, Dag Hammarskjölds Allé 24, DK-2100 Copenhagen. American citizens interested in the exam to become a U.S. Foreign Service Officer must fill out a Registration package. To register for the examination go to: This will take approximately 40 minutes. 

  • Yaounde: Cameroon Launches Women's Entrepeneurship Chapter

    Private sector leaders launched Cameroon’s first Africa Women’s Entrepreneurship Program Chapter during a ceremony in Yaoundé December 9. The event featured a video message by Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Bisa Williams. It also welcomed Ambassador Michael S. Hoza, Minister Marie Therese Abena Ondoa, Ministry of Women’s Empowerment and the Family, and freelance journalist Elisabeth Tchoungui, who delivered keynote remarks. 

  • La Paz: U.S. Embassy Restructures Consular Service in Cochabamba (PDF)

    The U.S. Embassy is restructuring its consular services to better focus resources towards supporting U.S. citizens residing in, and traveling to, Bolivia. As of December 19, the U.S. Consular Agency in Cochabamba will close due to low demand.  

  • Bishkek: U.S. Supports New Local Crime Prevention Center

    On December 15, residents of Mirmahmudov ail-okmotu, Osh Oblast, will celebrate the opening of their Local Crime Prevention Center, a place to discuss and resolve neighborhood safety and security issues. The State Department's Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement, through its implementer Saferworld and Foundation for Tolerance International (FTI), encourages, supports, and promotes the project. 

  • Tunis: NESA Scholars Earn U.S. Honors

    It’s only been three months since Tunisian NESA Scholars began their experience attending different U.S. universities and they’ve already accomplished so much. 

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