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Marines Killed in Nepal Helo Crash Identified, Recovered - Joint Task Force 505 officials today identified the six U.S. Marines who were killed along with two Nepalese soldiers when their UH-1Y Huey helicopter went down in the mountains of Nepal May 12.

Census Bureau to Participate in National Civic Day of Hacking - The U.S. Census Bureau is participating in this year`s National Day of Civic Hacking by launching the City SDK Open Data Solutions Challenge.

Obama: Creating Oppurtunity for All - In this week`s address, the President highlighted the importance of expanding opportunity for all Americans.

UN Chief Ban Speaks to Georgetown Graduates - In a commencement address at Georgetown University, where he received an honorary degree, Ban Ki-moon told graduates to choose service, be bold, listen, champion progress and act with passion and compassion.

UN Urges Global Action to Make Workplaces Safe - The International Labour Organization, in a statement issued in the wake of this week's deadly shoe factory fire in the Philippine capital, noted often such accidents are preventable.

Ash Carter: Special Operations Troops Conduct Raid in Syria - Defense Secretary Ash Carter announced in a statement today that U.S. special operations forces yesterday conducted an operation in Syria to capture a senior leader of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant terrorist organization.

Strategy to Defeat ISIL is Working, Military Official Says - The coalition and Iraqi security forces strategy to defeat and dismantle the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant extremist group is clear and on track, the chief of staff of Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve said today.

UN Chief Ban Urges World Community to Help Nepal - Over the past three weeks, the lives of eight million Nepalese people has been changed beyond recognition, Ban Ki-moon told the United Nations General Assembly today.

United Nations 'Free & Equal` Campaign Celebrates Gays and Lesbians - A new United Nations Free & Equal campaign video highlighting the diversity of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex community is being shown today on the massive screens in New York`s Times Square

UN Chief Ban Applauds Resumption of Talks on Cyprus - Ban Ki-moon has welcomed the resumption of full-fledged negotiations between Greek Cypriot leader Nicos Anastasiades and Turkish Cypriot Leader Mustafa Akinci, the United Nations spokesperson has confirmed.

Face of Defense: Future Marine Serves as Volunteer Firefighter - Matthew Shrawder and four other firefighters with the Dunkirk Volunteer Fire Department arrived on the scene of a raging house fire in Owings, Maryland, at 10:30 a.m. March 9.

Ban Urges Borders and Ports be Kept Open to Thousands Stranded at Sea in Southeast Asia - Ban Ki-moon today expressed alarm that some Southeast Asian countries may be refusing entry to several thousand people believed to be stranded on smugglers` boats in the Andaman Sea and Straits of Malacca.

UN Marks 'International Day of Families' - It's time to change social norms that support male control over women, and reinforce discrimination against vulnerable family members, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said today on International Day of Families.

Fighting Threatens Syria`s Iconic Palmyra Archaeological Site - The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization expressed deep concern over fighting near the Syrian archaeological site of Palmyra.

FAA Steps Up Awareness Effort on Drone Restrictions - The Transportation Department`s Federal Aviation Administration announced a public outreach campaign yesterday for the national capital region to reinforce the message that the District of Columbia and cities and towns within a 15-mile radius of Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport are a No Drone Zone.

Obama to Posthumously Award Medal of Honor to WWI Soldiers - Two fallen World War I veterans will posthumously receive the Medal of Honor for conspicuous gallantry from President Barack Obama during a June 2 White House ceremony.

Missing Helicopter Found in Nepal, Investigation Ongoing - Joint Task Force 505 personnel today identified the wreckage of a missing Marine Corps UH-1Y Huey helicopter that went missing May 12 in Nepal.

UN Ramps Up Aid to South Sudan - The UN's Food and Agriculture Organization has announced it is accelerating its efforts to get vital seeds, tools and other materials to the country's most vulnerable farmers.

UN Welcomes European Union Proposals for Migration Reforms - The United Nations refugee agency has applauded European Union authorities` proposals for dealing with refugees and migrants arriving in Europe via the Mediterranean.

UN Condemns Killing of Seven Civillians by Taliban - The UN condemned yesterday`s killing of at least 17 civilians in two separate attacks for which the Taliban has claimed responsibility.

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