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That means that only the Stars and Stripes should fly over our embassies in foreign countries.
Blinken during his confirmation hearing also said he would once again allow ambassadors to fly Pride flags at their embassies.
Blinken told Markey he would once again allow ambassadors to fly Pride flags at their embassies if confirmed to succeed Pompeo.
Adelson, a driving force in the effort to relocate the embassy, pledged millions of dollars to the State Department to help pay for a new building.
In 2012, a bomb attached to an Israeli diplomat’s car in New Delhi exploded, wounding an embassy staff member.
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His attitude was of course resented, and there was considerable feeling in Vienna against the French Embassy.
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But he was not yet received back into full favour by the Emperor, and had to return to his embassy at Lisbon.
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The embassy for Japan—with a gift, which shall not seem an acknowledgment—you say, could not be sent off last year, which is well.
Sir Nicholas invited me to lunch at Therapia, where the Embassy was in residence in its summer quarters.
The embassy was the most magnificent that England had ever sent to any foreign court.

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