International Religious Freedom Report
At the start of the briefing Secretary Clinton spoke about insurgent attacks on the U.S. embassy in Afghanistan, saying that no embassy personnel were injured.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Michael Posner and Suzan Johnson Cook spoke to reporters on the latest congressionally-mandated State Department report on religious freedom around the world. Burma, China, Eritrea, Iran, North Korea, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, and Uzbekistan are designated as “countries of concern” in the report.
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Hillary Rodham Clinton Secretary Department of State
Suzan Johnson Cook Founding Pastor (Former) Bronx Christian Fellowship Church
Michael Posner Assistant Secretary Department of State->Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor
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