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.
Sudan's Moves in Darfur Concern U.S. Envoy
Peace Deal Fails to End Darfur Violence
U.N. Issues New Warning on Darfur Violence
French Contribution to U.N. Force Disappoints
U.N. Resolution Proposal Includes 'Buffer Zone'
Deal Moves U.N. Toward Mideast Resolution
U.N. Security Council Divided on Lebanon Plan
U.S. Waits for Concrete News from Cuba
Call for Lebanon Cease-Fire Gains Momentum at U.N.
Bush Calls for Peacekeepers -- But Where Are They?
Darfur Rebel Leader Looks for Help in Washington
Bolton Confirmation More Likely Now Than in 2005
Bolton U.N. Nomination Returns to the Senate
Iraqi Prime Minister Visits the White House
United Nations Seeking Annan's Successor