Michele Kelemen A former NPR Moscow bureau chief, Michele Kelemen now covers the State Department. Her reports can be heard on all NPR News programs — from Morning Edition to All Things Considered.
Deadline Looms for Aid Groups to Leave N. Korea
World Refugee Population Drops
Bolivian Leader's Stance on Coca Raises U.S. Concerns
Tsunami Aid: A Report Card
New Bolivian President May Cause Problems for Bush
Hurdles Cited in the Investigation of Darfur Crimes
Islamist Gains in Egyptian Vote Put U.S. in Bind
Rice Defends U.S. Practices on Prisoners
CIA Sued for Wrongful Kidnapping, Interrogation
Rice Defends U.S. Tactics on Terrorism Suspects
Rice Readies for European Swing
Rights Group Issues List of 'Ghost Detainees'
Analysts Rue Loss of Alliance with Uzbekistan
Bosnian Leaders Strike Unifying Agreement
Cheney Attacks Critics, Defends Iraq Strategy