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UN Marks 'World Population Day' - Family planning was affirmed to be a human right 50 years ago, leading to what would become the annual observation of World Population Day, which focuses attention on the impact the number of children born, has on the world.

Africa Moving in the Direction of Peace - Recent developments in Africa indicate that the continent is increasingly moving in the "direction of peace" and enhanced security, the United Nations Secretary-General told journalists in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa, on Monday.

UN: Fishing Plays Vital Role in Fighting World Hunger - The vital role that fishing and fish-farming play in supporting some of the poorest families across the world, came under the spotlight on Monday with the publication of the annual United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) report on the global industry.

Security Council Urges Countries to Factor Child Protection into Conflict Prevention Efforts - Countries have been urged to mainstream child protection into the policies they introduce aimed at preventing conflict, in line with a Security Council resolution adopted on Monday.

Coast Guard, Canadian EOD Specialists Train to Mitigate Maritime Threats - U.S. Coast Guard deployable specialized forces and Royal Canadian Navy explosive ordnance disposal technicians trained for maritime interdiction operations during the opening events of the force integration training phase of Rim of the Pacific Southern California.

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.

DoD Personnel Assist in Thai Cave Rescue Operations - Defense Department personnel continue to assist in the rescue operations in Thailand to evacuate the remaining four boys and their coach from a flooded cave system, the director of defense press operations said today.

Three-out-of-four South Sudanese Children Have Known Nothing but War - Since South Sudan became the world's youngest country in 2011, 2.6 million of the 3.4 million babies have been born in war, the United Nations Childrens Fund (UNICEF) revealed Saturday.

Senior Air Force Civilians Presented Presidential Rank Awards - Nine senior civilians were recognized during the annual Presidential Rank Awards Ceremony at the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia, July 6, 2018.

Libya Urged to End Migrant Detention - The head of UN Migration Agency (IOM), William Lacy Swing, has urged Libya to stop detaining migrants who have been returned to the countrys shores after trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea to Europe.

Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty Marks First Anniversary - On Saturday, Secretary-General Guterres welcomed the first anniversary of the adoption of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, previously calling it an "essential pillar" of international peace and security, and the "heart" of the nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation regime.

OIR Partner Force Captures ISIS Fighters in Deconfliction Zone - The Maghawir al-Thowra, a Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve partner force in Syria, detained nine Islamic State of Iraq and Syria fighters who were traveling through the 55-kilometer deconfliction zone located in southern Syria, OIR officials announced today.

U.S. Forces Korea Opens New Headquarters - U.S. Forces Korea and United Nations Command opened a new headquarters building here June 29.

DoD Releases Report on Enhancing Security, Stability in Afghanistan - The Defense Department today provided to the Congress its semiannual report titled "Enhancing Security and Stability in Afghanistan."

Mattis Returns From Asia, Resets for NATO Summit in Brussels - Defense Secretary James N. Mattis has just returned from a trip to China, South Korea and Japan and is immediately immersing himself in preparations for attending the NATO Summit in Brussels next week, a Pentagon spokesman told reporters today.

Syria: Civilians Caught in Crossfire - The head of the United Nations Refugee Agency, UNHCR, appealed on Thursday for Jordan to open its border with south-west Syria to help protect around 750,000 civilians who are "caught in the crossfire," amidst airstrikes and heavy shelling.

Reservist Helps Treat PTSD With Equine Therapy - Air Force Tech. Sgt. Tanesha Fierro, an aviation resource manager assigned to the Air Force Reserves 34th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron, spends one night a week at the Norris Penrose Events facility here volunteering with an equine therapy program designed to help veterans and active-duty service members overcome their post-traumatic stress disorder by working with horses.

Walkers Show Support for Deployed Loved Ones - About 7,390 miles separate Fort Carson and Afghanistan. Its about 5,863 miles from Fort Carson to Kosovo. Soldiers from the 2nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, are deployed to both places.

Zeid Calls for ICC Probe into Myanmar Rohingya Crisis - Myanmar should "have some shame" after attempting to convince the world that it is willing to take back hundreds of thousands of refugees who fled an "ethnic cleansing campaign" last year, given that "not a single" one has returned officially, the United Nations human rights chief warned on Wednesday.

Women-Friendly Spaces for Rohingya Refugees - Simple shelters that are little more than huts with bamboo sticks and plastic sheeting for walls, and tarpaulins overhead, are serving a very important purpose for refugee women and girls forced to flee their homes to the vast refugee camps of Bangladesh.

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