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UN Seeks to Get Political Process Back on Track in Yemen - The United Nations Special Envoy on Yemen, Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed, is conducting intensive consultations aimed at getting the political process back on track for the country, where conflict erupted in late March.

Liberia Moves Past Ebola Nightmare - As Liberia bounces back from the national nightmare of a devastating Ebola epidemic which claimed more than 4,000 lives, the country must also prepare for a series of future challenges.

UN: World`s Forcibly Displaced Hit Record 38 Million - By the end of 2014, a record-breaking 38 million people had been forced to flee their homes within their own country because of conflict or violence.

Joint Task Force Activates for Nepal Earthquake Relief - Joint Task Force 505 has been activated to support the government of Nepal by conducting humanitarian disaster relief operations to limit further loss of life and suffering in response to the devastating earthquake that struck central Nepal on April 25.

UN Honors Victims of World War II - Seventy years ago, in 1945, from the ashes of one of humanity's darkest moments, the United Nations was founded to lead the world out of horror and into peace, declared Ban Ki-moon at a tree planting and ceremony to remember the countless victims who lost their lives in the Second World War.

UN: Albinos Not Ghosts, But Human Beings - The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights launched a website dedicated to the issue of albinism aimed at debunking the myths of the rare condition.

UN Chief Ban Condemns the Killing of Two UN Peacekeepers in Congo - Ban Ki-moon has strongly condemned the killing of two United Nations peacekeepers and the wounding of thirteen others in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

UN: Armed Groups Agree to Release Child Soldiers - As part of an agreement facilitated by UNICEF, up to 10,000 children currently associated with armed groups in the Central African Republic will be released from roles such as combatants, sex slaves and cooks.

Battaglia Meets With Sailors, Marines at NAS Jacksonville - The military`s top senior enlisted leader met with sailors and Marines, toured facilities and hosted a town hall meeting here yesterday.

Ash Carter Lauds Choice of Dunford, Selva for Top Posts - The officers selected by President Barack Obama to serve as the next chairman and vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff are exemplary leaders,Defense Secretary Ash Carter said today.

U.S. Aircraft Land in Nepal to Assist Earthquake Recovery - U.S. military aircraft landed in Kathmandu, Nepal, yesterday to assist in recovery efforts following a magnitude 7.8 earthquake that struck there April 25, Pentagon spokesman Army Col. Steve Warren told reporters today.

UN Urges Reliable Access to Yemen's Airport to Deliver Aid - The aid operation in Yemen cannot meet the life-saving needs of people unless humanitarians are assured safe and reliable access to the capital`s international airport, the United Nations relief coordinator for the country said today, calling it an essential lifeline.

Face of Defense: Student Makes Time for National Guard Service - Oregon Army National Guard Pfc. Chelsea Fudge is a busy young woman. The 19-year-old full-time student at Eastern Oregon University in La Grande, Oregon, also works four part-time jobs.

Operation Shower Champions Military Families, Moms-to-be - A nonprofit organization geared toward helping military families -- especially expectant mothers whose spouses are often away fulfilling their duties " got a boost from the senior enlisted advisor to the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff at a special event here yesterday.

Battaglia Begins Jacksonville Trip to Strengthen Partnerships - Marine Corps Sgt. Maj. Bryan B. Battaglia, senior enlisted advisor to the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, today began a six-day trip to Jacksonville, Florida, focusing on Defense Department partnerships with the PGA Tour and nonprofit organizations committed to national military outreach.

Airstrikes Hit ISIL in Syria, Iraq - U.S. and coalition military forces have continued to attack Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant terrorists in Syria and Iraq, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials reported today.

Nepal: UN Expands Support to Areas Cut Off by Quake - The UN announced it is setting up a new field office in the remote, mountainous Gorkha district, considered to be near the epicentre of the quake.

UN Marks 'World Press Freedom Day' - Freedom of expression and press freedom are critical to the successful implementation of good governance and human rights around the world.

UN Chief Ban: One in Nine People Go Hungry - The world produces more than enough food to feed every member of the human family, yet one in nine people still go hungry.

UN Urges Syria to Halt Military Operations in Civilian Areas - After a reported overnight attack on Yarmouk refugee camp, the United Nations relief agency assisting Palestinians across the Middle East has called on the Syrian Government to refrain from using explosive weapons in populated areas.


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