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U.S. Continues to Plan for Post-2014 Afghan Mission, Chuck Hagel Says - The United States continues to plan for a post-2014 training and assistance mission in Afghanistan, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said today.

UN Chief Ban Speaks at Sochi Winter Olympics - The Olympic spirit of fair play, mutual respect and friendly competition melts away barriers,Ban Ki-moon told tens of thousands of spectators and tens of millions of others watching on television at the opening of the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi.

UN Warns Thousands Fleeing Violence in Central African Republic - Violence in the Central African Republic has sent thousands of people streaming into neighbouring countries.

UN Chief Highlights Need for Peaceful Resolution of Political Crisis in Ukraine - Ban Ki-moon reiterated the urgency of ending the political crisis in Ukraine through dialogue.

UN: First Civilians Evacuated from Homs After Nearly Two-Year Siege - As the first of 2,500 Syrians trapped by war in Homs without aid for nearly two years were evacuated under a three-day accord allowing people out and aid in, the UN called for access to nearly 1.6 million others throughout the country.

Afghanistan Counternarcotics Efforts Continue - The United States has made an extraordinary investment in both blood and treasure to eradicate terrorist safe havens and narcotics production in Afghanistan.

UN: Syrian Children Subjected to Unspeakable Suffering in Civil War - Syrian children have been subjected to unspeakable suffering in the nearly three years of civil war, with the Government responsible for countless killings, maiming and torture, and the opposition for recruiting youngsters for combat.

UN Chief Ban Down With Gender Equality & Women's Enpowerment - Ban Ki-moon pledged to root for women everywhere ahead of his departure for the Winter Olympics in Sochi.

UN Report: Treatment Alone Will Not Win War on Cancer - The report warns that the global battle against cancer won`t be won with treatment alone and urgently needs effective prevention measures to curb the disease.

Military Brings Spectacle, Security to Super Bowl - The Defense Department will provide security and entertainment for Sunday`s Super Bowl at the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J.

Ahead of the Sochi Games, Ban Calls for Observance of Olympic Truce - Ban Ki-moon called for the observance of the Olympic Truce, calling on everyone engaged in armed hostilities to lay down their weapons and cease hostilities.

UN Chief Ban Launches Scientific Advisory Board - TheUN must use science and technology to strengthen its policy-making on sustainable development, reducing inequality and eradicating extreme poverty, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said.

UN: First Round of Syria Peace Talks Going Nowhere - The first round of talks will end tomorrow with no serious breakthrough and no major change in the position of either side.

UN Probes Human Rights Abuses in South Sudan - The United Nations peacekeeping mission in South Sudan is seeking to verify reports of human rights violations in the conflict that erupted just over a month ago.

UN Concerned About Attacks on Media in Egypt - Voicing deep concern about the growing threats and attacks on members of the media in Egypt, the UN urged the authorities to investigate reports of violence against them.

Chuck Hagel Hails Poland as Important Strategic Ally - Poland continues to be an important strategic ally through NATO, in Europe and around the world, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said.

Obama Touches on Afghanistan, Iran, Syria in State of Union Address - While President Barack Obama`s State of the Union speech tonight was dominated by domestic concerns, he also addressed national security concerns.

Security Council Urges Cooperation to Tackle Kidnapping for Ransom by Terrorists - The UN Security Council condemned incidents of kidnapping committed by terrorists for any purpose, including raising funds or gaining political concessions.

UN Marks Holocaust Memorial Day - The United Nations paid tribute to the 6 million Jews and countless others massacred in the Nazi Holocaust with a solemn ceremony in the General Assembly Hall.

Afghan Forces Winning Tough Fight Against Taliban - Afghan National Security Forces are prevailing in their battles against the Taliban and other fighters, a senior U.S. commander told reporters from Afghanistan today.


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