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Chuck Hagel Meets With Lebanese President - Hagel Meets with Lebanese Presidentand took part in a meeting of the U.S.-Gulf Cooperation Council Strategic Cooperation Forum, Pentagon Spokesman George Little said.

President Obama Issues Gold Star Mother's and Family's Day Proclamation - President Barack Obama has issued a proclamation designating Sept. 29 Gold Star Mother's and Family's Day, to honor the families of the fallen.

Ban Welcomes Guinean Elections - Ban Ki-moon has welcomed the inter-Guinean dialogue leading to the holding of legislative elections on Saturday, 28 September, and urged everyone to ensure peaceful and credible polls.

UN Tackles Global Development - The future global development agenda must take into account the specificities of different countries.

UN Security Council Agrees to Rid Syria of Chemical Weapons - The Security Council called for the elimination of the country`s chemical weapons.

UN Seeks To Eliminate Rabies - The UN called for the elimination of rabies and stressed mass dog vaccinations and public awareness as the key to breaking the cycle of transmission of a disease that claims an estimated 60,000 people every year.

Obama Urges UN to Confront Syrian Violence, Chemical Weapons - While the world has made strides toward stability, the situation in Syria illustrates the dangers of current trends to the Middle East.

UN Takes Action Against Poverty - World leaders meeting at United Nations Headquarters agreed to take bolder action against extreme poverty, hunger and disease.

Ban Condemns Terrorist Act In Nairobi - Ban Ki-moon condemned in the strongest terms the terrorist attack at a shopping mall in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi.

Ban Condemns Terrorist Attack on Church in Pakistan - Ban Ki-moon has said he is appalled by the terrorist attack on a Christian church in north-western Pakistan

UN Condemns Murder of Abducted Israeli Soldier - The top United Nations official for the Middle East peace process today condemned the abduction and killing of an off-duty Israeli soldier.

Central African Republic: UN Agencies Scaling-up Aid Amidst More Displacement - The UN food relief agency is reopening its offices in the country and using mobile teams to reach the 500,000 people in need of aid in the Central African Republic.

UN: Italy Must Do More to Combat Human Trafficking - Warning that human trafficking in Italy is growing, a UN human rights expert called on the Government to boost its efforts to combat the scourge.

UN: Thousands of Syrian Children Fleeing Country Alone - More than 4,000 Syrian children have crossed borders into neighbouring countries without parents or adult relatives.

UN Denounces Killing of Colombian Radio Host - The head of the UN agency tasked with defending press freedom condemned the killing of radio host Édison Alberto Molina in the town of Puerto Berrio in Colombia.

UN Seeks To Protect Children In Armed Conflicts - The United Nations and the African Union have agreed to strengthen protection of conflict-affected children in Africa.

UN Marks 'International Day of Peace' - The UN marked the International Day of Peace with a call to invest in education that encourages children to embrace global citizenship based on values of tolerance and diversity.

UN: Clear and Convincing Evidence of Chemical Weapons use in Syria - A UN team probing the possible use of chemical weapons in Syria has found clear and convincing evidence that Sarin gas was used in an incident that occurred on 21 August.

UN: Global Efforts to End Preventable Deaths of Children Saved 90 Million - Global and national efforts to end preventable deaths of children under-five years of age saved some 90 million lives in the past two decades.

UN Urges Pause in Fighting to Allow Access to Trapped Civilians In Syria - The UN called on all sides to agree to a pause in the hostilities so that relief agencies could gain access to evacuate desperate civilians trapped in towns.

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