Contact theSOPAbout theSOPSupport theSOPWritersEditorsManaging Editors
Art/Author Interviews
Celebrity Interviews
Crazy World
DNC Coverage
Home and Garden
Hot Copy
Joke of the Day
Letter to the Editor
Mark Freedmans...
Media Is The Masses
History Cafe
Nancys Take
NSA Speakers
Platinum Ice
Press Releases
Promote Your Music, Band or Film Project
Press Release Service
Radio Programs
Rise and Walk
Science & Space
SOP Battle of the Bands
SOP French
SOP Spanish
Spoken Word
Travel & Tourism
TV Programs
United States
Will Says...


SOP newswire3

Ban Urges End To Attacks By Libyan Forces - Ban Ki-moon has called on Libyan forces to halt their attacks on civilians amid the deteriorating humanitarian situation in several cities across the North African nation, including Misrata, Brega and Zintan.

UN Deplores Murder Of Israeli Actor And Theatre Director - The head of the UN cultural agency, voiced her sorrow at the murder of Israeli actor Juliano Mer-Khamis, who she described as a defender of peaceful co-existence between Israelis and Palestinians.

UN Staff Mourn Colleagues Killed In Line Of Duty - United Nations staff, led by Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, today mourned the loss of at least 40 of their colleagues who perished in the line of duty over the past week.

Gunmen Kill Blue Helmet Serving With UN-AU Mission In Darfur - A peacekeeper serving with the joint United Nations-African Union mission in Darfur was killed today after being abducted by armed men following a firefight in the north of the war-wracked Sudanese region.

Eric Holder Refers 9/11 Co-conspirators to Military Tribunal - The 9/11 co-conspirators will be tried by a military tribunal, Attorney General Eric Holder announced today.

NATO And African Union Discuss Solutions To Libya Crisis - The North Atlantic Council and the Chairperson of the African Union Commission Jean Ping held a constructive discussion on the latest developments in Libya.

UN Praises Haiti Elections - The UN peacekeeping operation in Hait welcomed the release of the preliminary results of the country`s presidential and legislative elections.

UN Calls On Israel To Halt Further Settlement Activity On Occupied Palestinian Land - The UN called on Israel to halt further planning for new settlements in the occupied Palestinian territory

Coalition Forces Kill Several Taliban Insurgents - An Afghan and coalition force killed several Taliban insurgents and detained several suspected insurgents yesterday.

Japanese Defense Minister Thanks U.S. Service Members - Japanese Defense Minister Toshimi Kitazawa today boarded the USS Ronald Reagan to thank U.S. service members for their help since a magnitude 9.0 earthquake and the tsunami it caused struck Japan on March 11.

Gates, Shinseki Agree to Joint Electronic Medical Records - Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates and Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric K. Shinseki have agreed to create a joint common platform for their departments` electronic medical records.

Hungary: UN Expert on Press Freedom Concerned by Media Law - The UN voiced concern over Hungary`s recent controversial media law, saying it could be used to curb the freedom of the press.

More Than 30 People Perish in UN Plane Crash in DR Congo - Only one person out of 33 passengers and crew members has survived a United Nations plane crash today at the main airport in the capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

UN Condemns Violence Against Protesters In Yemen - The called on the Government of Yemen to immediately halt the use of force against people exercising their right to peaceful protest.

Angelina Jolie Urges World To Keep Momentum On Libyan Crisis - Angelina Jolie traveled to the Tunisian-Libyan border, where she spoke with people who had recently fled the fighting in Libya and highlighted the need for greater international support for those affected by the crisis.

UN Plane Crashes While Trying To Land In DR Congo`s Capital - Fears are growing for the fate of more than 30 people on board a UN plane which crashed as it attempted to land in the capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Robert Gates: Inital Libya Mission Successful - U.S. aircraft will remain on standby as NATO takes over multilateral operations in Libya and the coalition considers its future role there.

Robert Gates: Initial Libya Mission Complete, Successful - U.S. aircraft will remain on standby as NATO takes over multilateral operations in Libya and the coalition considers its future role there, Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates told a Senate committee yesterday.

Ban Discusses Civilian Protection With President Ouattara - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has telephoned Alassane Ouattara, the President of Cote d''Ivoire, to discuss the rapidly developing situation there.

UN Chief Ban Condemns Attack On UN Compound In Afghanistan - Ban Ki-moon spoke by telephone to senior officials of the governments of Nepal, Norway, Sweden and Romania to express his condolences following the deaths of their citizens in the attack on the UN compound in Afghanistan.


Subscribe to SOP newswire3 feed.
Copyright (c) 2005-2016 - theSOP - All Rights Reserved
Use of this website is subject to our Terms of Service and
Privacy Policy