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January 6, 2005
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State Department officials said an office to monitor international anti-Semitism will be unveiled shortly after Condoleezza Rice is confirmed as secretary of state. Michael Kozak, the acting assistant secretary of state for Democracy, Human Rights and Labor, said Wednesday that discussions of where to place the office are ongoing, as well as a budget for the office, which was mandated as part of the Global Anti-Semitism Awareness/Review Act, which passed Congress in October.

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