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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.

Chuck Hagel Vows to Restore Confidence in Nuclear Mission - A day after ordering an independent review of the military`s nuclear force amid allegations of cheating on proficiency exams by Air Force officers overseeing the nation`s ballistic nuclear missiles,Chuck Hagel vowed to restore confidence in the Air Force`s nuclear mission.

Chuck Hagel: U.S. Will Help With Olympics Security If Needed - Top Defense Department officials have offered the Russian government U.S. help with security during the Feb. 7-23 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, but have received no requests, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said.

Ban Urges World Business Leaders to Help Combat Climate Change - Ban Ki-moon kept up the drumbeat for business to play its full part in tackling climate change and promoting sustainable development for a second day today, telling the World Economic Forum in Davos that investments now will generate major savings for tomorrow.

Ban Condemns Series Of Terrorist Attacks In Egypt - United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has condemned the wave of terrorist attacks in Greater Cairo.

Ban Condemns Spate of Terrorist Attacks in Pakistan - Reiterating deep concern over continued terrorist attacks and sectarian violence in Pakistan, Ban Ki-moon condemned a spate of deadly violence in the country.

UN Chief Ban Opens Syrian Peace Talks - Ban Ki-moon opened a concerted new effort to end the civil war in Syria, urging the Government, the opposition, and representatives of 40 other countries and regional organizations to seize the opportunity to end the bloodshed.

UN Chief Ban Condemns Latest Blast to Strike Beirut Suburb - Ban Ki-moon and the United Nations envoy to Lebanon have condemned today`s explosion in a southern Beirut suburb that killed and wounded a number of people.

UN Urges Stronger Response to Crisis in Central African Republic - United Nations officials called for a stronger response to prevent further human suffering in the Central African Republic.

UN: Weak Global Economy Strangling Job Employment Creation - Employment is not expanding sufficiently fast to keep up with the growing labour force.

UN Chief Ban Honors Holocaust Victims - Ban Ki-moon joined congregants at a New York City synagogue on Saturday to honour those who perished in the Holocaust.

UN: Central African Republic,6,000 Child Soldiers Involved in fighting - More than 6,000 child soldiers may now be involved in the conflict in the Central African Republic.

UN Personnel may be among Dead in Afghan Suicide Bombing - United Nations personnel may be among at least 14 civilians killed in a suicide bombing of a restaurant in Kabul, the Afghan capital.

34 ICBM Launch Officers Implicated in Cheating Probe - Thirty-four intercontinental ballistic missile launch officers at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont., have been implicated in cheating on the ICBM launch officer proficiency test.

UN: World Must Heed Early Warning Signs to Prevent Genocide - The world must respond early to the risk of mass atrocities amid mounting religious and ethnic polarization, a UN special event warned.

Ban Visits Syrian Refugees in Iraq - Visiting with Syrian refugees in northern Iraq, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today called heart-breaking what he saw in Kawrgosik camp.

UN: Over 400,000 South Sudanese Uprooted By Conflict - The number of South Sudanese civilians driven from their homes by a month-long conflict has surpassed 400,000 in a major surge over the past week.

UN Denounces Draconian Anti-homosexuality Law in Nigeria - The United Nations human rights chief voiced her alarm at a draconian new law in Nigeria that further criminalizes lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.

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