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Military Strikes Target ISIS in Syria, Iraq

U.S. and coalition military forces continued to attack the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria yesterday, conducting four strikes consisting of four engagements, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials reported today.

SOP newswireUN refugee chief travels to Sudan to spotlight problems at opposite ends of country - The United Nations refugee chief heads to Sudan next week to discuss the western war-torn region of Darfur, home to a swelling population of
SOP newswireSecurity Council Reform Deadlocked - The world"s countries remain so divided on the details of Security Council reform " from the question of expansion to the use of the veto to
SOP newswireMeeting Between M. Jacques Chirac, President of the Republic, and M. Mahmoud Abbas - President Chirac welcomed the President of the Palestinian Authority, Mr Mahmoud Abbas, thanking him for his visit. He told him that he greatly appreciated the gesture of friendship of the Mayor of Ramallah (who has decided to name a Ramallah road after him)
SOP newswireEuropean Union increases contribution for Palestinian Refugees - The United Nations agency tasked with helping Palestinian refugees and the European Union signed an agreement today paving the way for the EU to contribute €66 million to help pay salaries
SOP newswireNepal, Brutal killings Could Have Been Prevented - In findings released today, the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) said that brutal killings of 27 people during clashes between political
SOP newswirePalestinians Harmed by Fishing Restrictions says U.N. - Israeli restrictions on where Palestinian fishermen can work in the waters off the Gaza Strip are hurting more than 40,000 people who depend
SOP newswirePalestinians Harmed by Fishing Festrictions Says U.N. - Israeli restrictions on where Palestinian fishermen can work in the waters off the Gaza Strip are hurting more than 40,000 people who depend
SOP newswireUN officials express outrage at deadly string of Baghdad attacks - United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and his senior envoy to Iraq today strongly denounced the recent series of deadly attacks in Baghdad, where nearly
SOP newswireRising fears about conservation of Machu Picchu - The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) is sending a mission next week to the Incan archaeological ruin of Machu Picchu in Peru amid mounting concern about the conservation
SOP newswireUN-HABITAT, Coca-Cola team up for clean water in India and Nepal. - The United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-HABITAT) signed an agreement today with the soft drink conglomerate Coca-Cola to collaborate on projects to improve
SOP newswireAfghanistan, Iranian-Made Weapons Seized - Washington – U.S. forces in Afghanistan have intercepted a shipment of Iranian-made weapons and explosives intended for the Taliban, raising new concerns in
SOP newswireReports of Arms Flights into Darfur - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon expressed deep concern today at evidence presented to Security Council members of the flying of arms and heavy weapons into the war-torn region
SOP newswireUganda: Cessation of Hostilities Extension, Planned Talks - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today welcomed the extension of a cessation of hostilities between the Ugandan Government
SOP newswireLetter of condolences from Jacques Chirac, President of the Republic - I was appalled to learn of the dreadful bomb attacks which hit Algiers this morning. France utterly condemns them.
SOP newswireAttacks in South-East Chad Worse than Feared - Following last month’s brutal attacks in south-eastern Chad, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said today that the humanitarian situation is far worse than it had initially
SOP newswireGovernments must take advantage of demographic shift - Countries should seize the unique “window of opportunity” offered by current changes in world population structure, the top United Nations official in charge of economic
SOP newswireSexual violence and Disappearances in Darfur - The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights today called for investigations into widespread sexual violence during attacks by Sudanese Government
SOP newswireCivilian Deaths in Somali Capital - The top United Nations human rights official today expressed deep concern over the high number of Somali civilians killed and injured during the recent
SOP newswireDetermined Will of Arab Leaders in Seeking Solutions - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon returned to United Nations Headquarters in New York today from a tour of the Middle East and said he was “encouraged by the very active support and determined
SOP newswireUN sends aid, experts to Solomon Islands in response to Pacific tsunami - The United Nations Children's Fund has pre-positioned emergency medical supplies to help thousands of people in the Solomon Islands while experts from the world body are poised to travel
SOP newswireUN's Nepal envoy welcomes establishment of Interim Government - The senior United Nations envoy to Nepal today hailed the establishment of the country's interim Government, while emphasizing that many challenges lie ahead as
SOP newswireGiambastiani Lauds Slovenia for Deployment Participation - LJUBLJANA, Slovenia, March 31, 2007 – Slovenia’s deployments to multiple countries for NATO, the United Nations and the European Union drew praise here yesterday from the vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
SOP newswireLebanon, Ban Ki-moon stresses need for eventual permanent ceasefire - United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today visited South Lebanon, where he voiced hope that a cessation of hostilities in place since the end of last year's 34-day war
SOP newswireExtending UN's Liberia mission - The Security Council today extended the mandate of the United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) for six more months while asking Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to report
SOP newswireSri Lanka: Ban Ki-moon says parties must end escalating cycle of violence - United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today spoke out against escalating violations of the 2002 ceasefire between the Sri Lankan Government and the
SOP newswireConcerned at food shortfall in DPR Korea, UN agency seeks to increase aid - Facing a huge shortfall in the $102 million it has already sought to feed up to 1.9 million especially vulnerable people in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), the United Nations
SOP newswireLatvia-Russia Border Treaty - The United States welcomes the signing in Moscow of a treaty between Latvia and Russia to demarcate the border between their two nations. Russia and Latvia
SOP newswireColombia: UN voices concern over new threats to human rights advocates - Thirteen human rights organizations in southern Colombia have received death threats from an emergent illegal armed group, the New Generation, United Nations officials have reported in their latest
SOP newswireU.S. and India Partnering for a Better Global Environment - U.S. EPA Administrator Stephen L. Johnson is leading a U.S. delegation to India to meet with environmental officials on global environmental cooperation.
SOP newswireIndependence Is The Only Option for Kosovo - The only viable option for Kosovo is independence, with an initial period of supervision by the international community, the senior United Nations official overseeing the Serbian province"s future status
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