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UN Chief Ban Voices Concern Over Ethnic Tensions In South Sudan - Ban Ki-moon expressed concern about continuing ethnic tensions in South Sudan`s Jonglei state.

In Libya, UN Calls for Greater Role of Civil Society - Civil society must play an important role in Libya`s political transition.

New UN Initiative to Boost Mozambican Crop Yields - A new United Nations initiative in Mozambique aimed at increasing the quality of seeds will help the African country capitalize on its arable land.

Haiti: UN Envoy Sends Condolences After Boat Tragedy Claims 38 Lives - The head of the UN peacekeeping force in Haiti sent his condolences to the country`s President and families of the 38 people who died at sea after their boat sank off Cuba`s eastern coast last week.

Pre-trial Wraps Up For Bradley E. Manning - The prosecution and defense rested today after delivering their closing statements in the Article 32 hearing of a soldier charged with leaking hundreds of thousands of classified documents.

Communications Failures Contributed to Afghanistan Border Incident - U.S. forces acted in self-defense and responded with appropriate force after being fired upon during a Nov. 25-26 incident on Afghanistan`s border with Pakistan.

US Soldiers In Afghanistan Focus On Goals - And as significant counterinsurgency operations " continue in the east, Allen said his goal is to push the security zone east of Kabul.

Panetta Will Not Tolerate Bullying, Hazing In Military - Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta added a pointed anti-bullying directive to a message sent Dec. 23 to service members around the world.

Nicaragua Files Suit Against Costa Rica at UN World Court Over Border Violations - Nicaragua has filed suit against Costa Rica at the United Nations International Court of Justice (ICJ), citing violations to national sovereignty.

UN Condemns Harsh Sentence In Trial Of Chen Wei - UN voices deep concern about the verdict and extremely harsh sentencing in the trial of leading activist Chen Wei.

Ethiopia`s Rural Poor to Benefit from $100 Million in UN Loans and Grants - The UN is providing $100 million in financing for a programme to help poor households in Ethiopia gain access to financial services.

UN Chief Ban Welcomes Approval Of UN Budget For Next Two Years - The General Assembly approved today a budget of $5.15 billion for the period of 2012-2013.

Venezuela: UN Voices Alarm at Extended Detention of Judge - The UN expressed alarm at the decision of Venezuelan authorities to extend the house arrest of a judge for another two years.

Ban Deplores Use of Force in Guinea-Bissau - Ban Ki-moon condemned the use of force to settle differences in Guinea-Bissau.

UN: Tropical Storm Washi Kills 1,100 In Philippines - The death toll in the Philippines from the impact of tropical storm Washi passes 1,100

Iraq: Ban Welcomes Deal on Voluntary Relocation of Iranian Exiles - Ban Ki-moon welcomed an agreement between the UN and Iraqi that provides for the voluntary relocation of residents of a camp hosting Iranian exiles.

UN Sends Emergency Winter Supplies To Displaced People In Afghanistan - The United Nations refugee agency today began distributing urgently needed winter supplies to more than 200,000 displaced people in Afghanistan.

UN Urges Haiti to Probe Killings and Acts of Torture - United Nations human rights officials in Haiti today urged the country`s authorities to properly investigate and prosecute local police officers suspected of carrying out unlawful killings.

Latin American Growth Predicted to Slow Down Due to Economic Crisis, UN Report - Economic growth in Latin America and the Caribbean will slow down next year due to the sluggish performance of the world economy.

UN Reports Improved Access to Safe Drinking Water - The internationally stated goal of improving access to safe drinking water across the globe is likely to be achieved well ahead of the 2015 deadline.

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