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UN Condemns Deadly Sttack Near Kabul Airport - The United Nations mission in Afghanistan has condemned Sundays terrorist attack outside Kabul airport that reportedly killed and injured scores of civilians.

UN Denounces Grave Assaults on Fundamental Rights of Palestinian People - From arbitrary detentions and deliberate deprivation, to attacks against civilians and forced displacements, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Zeid Raad Al Hussein, expressed "acute concerns" on Monday over the current human rights situation in the Occupied Palestinian Territory.

Coalition Strikes Continue Against ISIS Targets in Syria, Iraq - Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve and its partners have accelerated offensive activity against Islamic State of Iraq and Syria targets in designated parts of Syria and Iraq, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials reported today.

UN: Refugee Health Services on Track - Despite record numbers of people fleeing conflict and natural disasters globally, vital health services have been largely able to cope, the United Nations refugee agency has said; although communicable diseases, anaemia and stunting remain areas of concern.

UN Urges Hamas and Israel to Step Back From the Brink of Another Devastating Conflict in Gaza - Voicing deep concern over the latest flare-up of violence around Gaza, the United Nations chief on Saturday urged all sides to "step back from the brink of another devastating conflict."

Essential Services on Verge of Shutdown in Gaza - Supplies of emergency fuel provided by the United Nations for critical facilities in Gaza are being fast depleted, a senior UN relief official there warned on Sunday.

Oregon Airmen Train to Support Wildland Firefighters - Fifty-seven airmen from the Oregon Air National Guards 173rd Fighter Wing based at Kingsley Field in Klamath Falls, Oregon, spent two weeks here learning to assist wildland firefighters.

Storm Chasers on Mars Searching for Dusty Secrets - Storm chasing takes luck and patience on Earth -- and even more so on Mars.

DoD to Provide $200 Million in Security Cooperation Funds to Ukraine - The Defense Department announced today that it will provide $200 million to Ukraine in security cooperation funds for additional training, equipment and advisory efforts to build the defensive capacity of Ukraines forces.

Deal to End Latest Migrant Stand-off in Mediterranean Sea - UN Refugee Agency chief Filippo Grandi, on Thursday gave a cautious welcome to the decision by several EU countries to take in some 450 migrants who have been stranded at sea for days, warning that a "ship-by-ship" arrangement was not sustainable.

7,000 Evacuated from Syrian Towns After Enduring Nearly 3-year Siege - After close to three years of siege, 6,900 women, children and men were finally able to leave the Syrian towns of Foah and Kafraya over the past few days, following a local agreement between parties to the conflict.

Airman Finds Better Life After Abandoning Gangs for Service - Growing up in Gilroy, California, Jacqueline Jauregui had everything a girl could wish for: money, designer clothes and so much more. Shortly after her high school graduation, her father took everything from her and kicked her to the streets.

Success in Defeating ISIS Lies With Coalition Partners, Allies - In the U.S.-led campaign to defeat the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, the center of gravity remains the coalition network of allies and partner nations, the commander of U.S. Central Command told Pentagon reporters today.

Sailor Finds Balance as Navy Recruiter - Recruiters lives are rooted in their communities, making them representatives of the life the Navy has to offer. Its a unique and often stressful job that requires sailors to creatively adapt to an ever-changing landscape, but also allows for great growth in a sailors personal and professional life.

Afghan 205th Corps Increases Capabilities with Quick-Response Company - More than 100 soldiers from the Afghan armys newly established Eagle Strike Company, a quick-response company, finished six weeks of training and exercises and received their graduation certificates July 5 during a ceremony at Camp Hero here.

UN Urges Ukraine to Stop Persecution of Roma Minority - Ukraine must take immediate action to stop what amounts to a "systematic persecution" of the countrys Roma minority, who have been targeted in a series of violent attacks allegedly perpetrated by members of extreme right-wing groups, United Nations human rights experts have said.

Treaty Against Illicit Tobacco Trade Set to Take Effect in September - A United Nations-backed treaty aimed at stopping the illicit trading of tobacco products, is set to enter into force on 25 September, marking a diplomatic breakthrough in efforts to protect public health and strike back against the criminal organizations profiting from such deals.

Nelson Mandela Symbol of Human Greatness - Paying tribute to the first democratically-elected President of South Africa and iconic civil rights leader, the United Nations on Wednesday celebrated Nelson Mandelas legacy for humanity and reflected on the lessons he left behind.

UN: Tiny Houses Could be Solution to World's Housing Problem - Theyre small, self-sustaining - and they could revolutionize the way we think about housing around the world, as building materials become scarcer.

UN Marks 100 Years Since Mandela's Birth - Taking stock of his "vast" legacy for mankind, the United Nations will mark 100 years since the birth of the late anti-Apartheid activist, Nelson Mandela, on Wednesday.

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