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Guterres Voices Disappointment After Latest Israeli Settlement Announcement - Guterres today reiterated his support for a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, voicing concern about the latest decision to build a new settlement in the Occupied Palestinian Territory.

UN: 300 Million People Suffer From Depression - More than 300 million people are now living with depression, which is the leading cause of ill health and disability worldwide.

UN Calls for Recognizing Rights of People with Autism to Make Their Own Decisions - Ahead of World Autism Awareness Day, the United Nations today called for recognizing the rights of people with the spectrum neurological condition, which is believed to affect 70 million people around the world.

Strikes Continue Against ISIS Terrorists in Syria, Iraq - U.S. and coalition military forces continued to attack the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria.

Stratcom Commander Makes Case for Modernizing Nuclear Triad - Nuclear capabilities are the bedrock of American defense and will remain so, the commander of U.S. Strategic Command said at the Military Reporters and Editors annual meeting here today.

Mattis Discusses U.S. Concerns About North Korean, Russian Actions - North Korea is moving in a very reckless manner with its nuclear and missile programs, while Russian activities in Afghanistan are also of concern to the United States, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said here today as he discussed cooperation and security concerns with his British counterpart.

Violence Flares in Central African Republic - With a new outbreak of violence erupting in the Central African Republic, a senior United Nations humanitarian official today urged warring parties to protect vulnerable civilian populations as a matter of priority and ensure free movements of relief aid workers.

Malnutrition and Disease Rise Sharply Among Somali Children - As the spectre of famine hangs once again over Somalia, early numbers show an increasing number of children suffering from severe acute malnutrition and cholera.

Mosul Deaths Go To Formal Investigation - A formal investigation has begun into the March 17 deaths of civilians in western Mosul.

UN Highlights Importance of Measles Vaccine Amid Europe Outbreak - Hundreds of measles cases have been reported in Europe.

Surgeons General Emphasize Readiness as Priority in Military Medicine - Readiness is the priority of the Military Health System, the surgeons general of the Army, Navy and Air Force told the Senate Appropriations Committee defense subcommittee today.

Congress Probes Military Pilot Shortage - A shortage of pilots across the U.S. military is most acute in the Air Force, senior military officials told Congress yesterday.

Russian Actions Spur Eucoms Shift From Engagement to Deterrence - The European Theater is the site of political volatility and economic uncertainty compounded by threats that are transregional, multidomain and multifunctional, the senior U.S. commander in Europe told a House committee here today.

Inherent Resolve Commander Addresses Reports of Mosul Civilian Casualties - The death of innocent civilians during war is a terrible tragedy that weighs heavily on everyone, the commander of the coalition effort to defeat the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria told Pentagon reporters today.

Mattis Plans Trip to New York, London - Defense Secretary Jim Mattis is traveling to New York and London this week, his third trip since taking office.

United Nations: World Safer Without Nuclear Weapons - At the start of a United Nations conference to negotiate a legally binding instrument to prohibit nuclear weapons, a senior UN official highlighted that creating a world free of such weapons is a common obligation of all States - both nuclear and non-nuclear - and called for their inclusive engagement.

Children Paying the Heaviest Price as Conflict in Yemen Enters Third Year - As the escalation of the conflict in Yemen enters its third year this week, the top United Nations humanitarian official has called on the parties to the conflict to commit to political dialogue and resolve the situation or risk an unending manmade crisis.

Mattis, Qatari Counterpart Pledge Continued Cooperation - Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and Qatari Defense Minister Khalid bin Mohammed al-Attiyah met at the Pentagon today, with both defense leaders expressing the wish that the strong relationship between their nations will continue.

UN Appalled at Killing of Aid Workers in South Sudan - Six aid workers from a national non-governmental organization were killed when their convoy was ambushed yesterday while travelling along the Government-controlled area on the Juba-Pibor road.

U.S. Strike Kills High-Profile Terrorist Leader - A U.S. counterterrorism airstrike conducted March 19 in Paktika province, Afghanistan, resulted in the death of Qari Yasin, a well-known al-Qaida leader, the Defense Department confirmed in a news release yesterday.

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