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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.

Iraqi, Kurdish Troops Clear ISIS Safe Haven - Iraqi forces, including peshmerga troops, conducted coordinated clearance operations July 16 to eliminate the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria presence in Iraq, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials announced today.

Status Quo in Libya Cannot be Sustained - Despite encouraging signs on the political and humanitarian front, efforts must be sustained and intensified in Libya to avoid further "economic collapse, the breakdown of public services, and more frequent and intense outbreaks of violence," said the United Nations Special Envoy for the country on Monday.

Record 123 Million Infants Received at Least One Vaccine in 2017, Says UN - A record-breaking total of around 123 million, or nine out of 10, infants, received at least one dose of diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis vaccine in 2017, protecting them from deadly infectious diseases, according to United Nations figures released on Monday.

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.

Army Chooses Austin as Site for Futures Command Headquarters - Austin, Texas, will be the location for the headquarters of the new U.S. Army Futures Command, Army Secretary Mark T. Esper announced today at a Pentagon news conference.

UN Condemns Terrorist Attack in Pakistan - The United Nations Security Council has strongly condemned the terrorist attack in south-west Pakistan that killed more than 120 people and left scores wounded at an election rally Friday.

Mattis Reaffirms Unbreakable Bond, Enduring Commitment to Europe - Defense Secretary James N. Mattis reaffirmed the "unbreakable trans-Atlantic bond" between the United States and Europe and underscored the enduring U.S. commitment to peace and prosperity on the continent during the U.S.-Adriatic Charter defense ministers meeting yesterday in Zagreb, Croatia.

Iceland to Take Vacated US Seat on Human Rights Council - Iceland has for the first time been elected to the Human Rights Council, filling the seat vacated by the United States, which withdrew from the body last month, citing bias.

Fresh Airstrikes Kill Dozens in Conflict-ravaged Syria - Despite the return of tens of thousands of internally displaced people (IDPs) to Syria following local agreements and changes in territorial control, the United Nations said on Friday that fresh airstrikes have reportedly killed dozens of civilians "in several areas" of the country.

Outbound View of Jupiter - This image of Jupiters southern hemisphere was captured by NASAs Juno spacecraft on the outbound leg of a close flyby of the gas-giant planet.

FBI Helps Marshall Center Counterterrorism Network Stop Future Attacks - For the past five years, Special Agents Tom and Jean OConnor, both with the FBIs Joint Terrorism Task Force in Washington, have shared their experiences collecting evidence at terrorism sites with international participants attending the Program on Terrorism and Security Studies held twice a year at the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies here.

Coalition Partner Captures 11 ISIS Fighters in Southern Syria - The Maghawir al-Thowra, an Operation Inherent Resolve partner force in Syria, detained 11 Islamic State of Iraq and Syria fighters inside the deconfliction zone in southern Syria on July 10.

Mattis Discusses Defense Relationship With Croatian Leaders - Defense Secretary James N. Mattis met with Croatian leaders in the Croatian capital of Zagreb to reaffirm the importance of a long-term defense relationship between the United States and Croatia.

Nicaragua: Guterres Deplores Loss of Life, Attacks Against Catholic Church - Deeply concerned about the continuing and intensifying violence in Nicaragua, United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres on Wednesday deplored the loss of life in the protests and the attack against Catholic Church mediators in the National Dialogue.

UN: Rohingya Cannot Become Forgotten Victims - Painting a grim picture of villages being burned to the ground and other "bone-chilling" accounts he heard from Rohingya refugees who fled violence in Myanmar, the UN chief has called on the world to answer their calls for help with real action.

UN Relief Chief Visits North Korea - The United Nations is seeking to raise $111 million to meet humanitarian needs in the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea (DPRK), where millions of people face malnutrition, a shortage medicines, and lack of access to safe drinking water, the Organizations top relief official said on Wednesday.

UN Praises Joint Peace Declaration by Ethiopia and Eritrea - The United Nations Security Council on Tuesday described the Joint Declaration, signed by the leaders of Eritrea and Ethiopia, as "a historic and significant" move with "far-reaching consequences" for the whole Horn of Africa region and beyond.

UN Accuses South Sudan of War Crimes - Multiple killings and a campaign of sexual violence that may amount to war crimes have been documented by United Nations rights monitors in South Sudans Unity state, prompting a call for government and opposition forces to be held to account.

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