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    The Terror Attack in Istanbul

    Ambassador John Bass (June 7): "Deeply saddened by the barbarous terror attack in Istanbul. Such senseless violence could never be rationalized by any cause. We wish speedy recovery to the injured and extend condolences to the family & friends of those who lost their lives."

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    Guilty Verdicts in Trial of Dundar and Gul

    Spokesperson Kirby (May 6): "The U.S. is concerned by the guilty verdicts issued today in the trial of Cumhuriyet Editor Can Dundar and Ankara Bureau Chief Erdem Gul, who were convicted of leaking state secrets stemming from their journalistic work."

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  • Armenian Remembrance Day

    Armenian Remembrance Day

    White House (Apr. 22): "Today we stand with the Armenian people throughout the world in recalling the horror of the Meds Yeghern and reaffirm our ongoing commitment to a democratic, peaceful, and prosperous Armenia. "

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    Roundtable with Diplomatic Correspondents Association

    Ambassador Bass (April 7): I'm really pleased to be here, as I always am when I get an opportunity to talk to and interact with members of your profession.

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  • Remarks by President Obama at the Closing Session of the Nuclear Security Summit - Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington, D.C. (April 1, 2016)

    President Obama at Nuclear Security Summit

    President Obama (Apr 1): "...our people do share common aspirations to live in security and peace and to be free from fear. The fight against ISIL will continue to be difficult, but, together, we are making real progress, and I'm absolutely confident that we will prevail and destroy this vile organization."

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    The President’s Meeting with President Erdogan

    President Obama this evening met with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey on the margins of the Nuclear Security Summit to discuss U.S.-Turkey cooperation on regional security, counterterrorism, and migration.

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  • Ambassador John R. Bass giving remarks during the opening of SEBSIII (Consulate Staff Photo)
    Southeast Business Women Summit III

    U.S. Consulate Adana, with the cooperation of the Sanliurfa Chamber of Commerce and Industry, organized the third Southeast Businesswomen’s Summit. U.S. Ambassador to Turkey, John R. Bass and his spouse Holy Holzer Bass, as well as Şanlıurfa Deputy Governor Ufuk Akıl, Şanlıurfa Deputy Mayor Sait Kaya, Şanlıurfa Chamber of Commerce and Industry Acting President Halil Akkaya and U.S. Consul to Adana Linda Stuart Specht attended the opening of the Summit. 

  • Consul Linda Stuart Specht giving remarks (Consulate Staff Photo)
    Liberty Corner Opening

    Liberty Corner, the new U.S. information center has opened in Gaziantep. The opening of “Liberty Corner” (America Information Center) was done on May 30, 2016 at Gaziantep University, with the participation of Gaziantep University Rector Pro.Dr. Mahmet Yavuz Coşkun and U.S. Adana Consul Linda Stuart Specht. 

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    Consul Specht at Cukurova University

    Consul Linda Stuart Specht paid a visit to Cukurova University where she got together with International Relations Department students.  

  • Speaking to Van Yuzuncu Yil University Students (Consulate Staff Photo)
    Charge D'Affaires and Principal Officer Van Trip

    Charge d'Affaires Lawrence Mandel, who traveled to Van together with Adana Consul Linda Stuart Specht, not only made protocol visits, but also got together with business people and U.S. exchange program participants, visited tourist attractions and before visiting the famous Van cats at 100. Yil University, gave a speech to International Relations Department students about the election system in the U.S. 

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    Press Freedom Day Breakfast

    Consul Linda Stuart Specht celebrated World Press Freedom Day with a breakfast she hosted in honor of this day, together with press members, on April 30, 2016. Specht's statment for World Press Freedom Day reads... 

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    GNYouth 2016 Conference

    The U.S. Consulate in Adana, in partnership with Junior Chamber International-Diyarbakır, is proud to sponsor the “GNYouth 2016” youth conference, which took place on April 23-24 in Şanlıurfa, Turkey. GNYouth 2016 was a great success, bringing together 150 students age 13-17 from ten different provinces across southeast Turkey.  

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    Panel on Eliminating Domestic Violence

    U.S. Consulate Adana partnered with AKDAM (Adana Women’s Solidarity and Shelter Homes Association) in hosting Mr. Mark Wynn for a co-panel on Eliminating Domestic Violence. The panel, held in Divan Hotel in Adana, was titled: "Domestic/Sexual Violence Intervention, Effective Investigation, Community Collaboration and Response" 

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  • Alumni Engagement Innovation Fund (AEIF) Competition
    Alumni Engagement Innovation Fund (AEIF) Competition
    The 2016 Alumni Engagement Innovation Fund (AEIF) competition began on February 9. Gather your Exchange Alumni teams and apply
    for $25,000.
  • Atlas Corps Professional Fellowship The U.S. Department of State is pleased to announce a special opportunity for emerging civil society leaders to participate in a 6-18 month professional fellowship in the United States.
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