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  • Dakar: Embassy Supports Applied Arts Exhibition

    Graduates of the National Art School of Dakar have organized an exhibition of applied arts, including 60 academic acquisitions of the institution’s graduates for sale to the public, at Place du Souvenir Africain in Dakar through April 23. The exhibition and sale are supported by the embassy's cultural section. 

  • Buenos Aires: U.S. Embassy at the 40th International Book Fair

    Under the theme "Top 40", the embassy will celebrate the Book Fair’s 40th anniversary recalling 40 events, authors, books, personalities and trends in these four decades in the U.S., through an images cloud that hovers over its booths. 

  • Brunei: New Hours for Routine U.S. Citizen Services

    Routine U.S. citizen services will be available by appointment on Wednesdays from 1:30 - 2:30 p.m. Appointments are required, and appointments will be automatically cancelled for applicants who arrive more than 15 minutes after their scheduled time. 

  • Warsaw: Painting Stolen in 1996 Returns to Poland

    In a ceremony attended by U.S. Embassy Deputy Chief of Mission Douglas Greene, Deputy Minister of Culture and General Conservator Piotr Żuchowski, and a DHS delegation led by Deputy Director of International Affairs David Thompson, the painting was officially returned to Poland at the Royal Castle in Warsaw. 

  • Colombo: Ambassador’s Cup Cricket Tournament

    Ambassador Michele Sison sponsored the first-ever US Ambassador’s Cup Cricket Tournament in Kandy, with teams from American Corner youth groups from Kandy and in Jaffna playing for the US Ambassador’s Cup trophy. 

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