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Robert Gates Pursues Strategic Dialogue with China - Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates is traveling to China, where he will seek to expand and deepen the military-to-military relationship between the U.S. and the Asian nation.

Year After Quake, Thousands Of Haitian Children Still Suffering - One year after a devastating earthquake struck Haiti, more than 1 million people " 380,000 of them children " still live in crowded camps.

UN Condemns Widespread Attacks On Religious Minorities - The top United Nations human rights official today condemned the recent attacks on religious groups in various countries,

UN Backs Efforts Against Gender-based Violence In Southern Africa - The UN said today that it has launched a handbook and a training curriculum to improve the capacity of national police forces in the region to combat the problem.

Afghan, Coalition Forces Kill, Detain Insurgents - Afghan and coalition forces killed numerous insurgents and detained several others in operations yesterday throughout Afghanistan, military officials reported.

Mike Mullen: Leadership Key to Nation`s, Military`s Future - Navy Adm. Mike Mullen told Fareed Zakaria on the GPS " program that America`s toughest problems are solved by great leaders.

UN Chief Ban Condemns Church Bombing In Egypt - Ban Ki-moon has strongly condemned the bomb attack that killed 21 people and wounded 70 others at the al-Qiddissin Coptic Church in Alexandria, Egypt, on New Year`s Eve.

UN Hails New Law On Rights For Indigenous Children In Republic Of Congo - UNICEF hailed a new law granting children in the Republic of Congo belonging to indigenous populations a legal basis to access health, education and protection.

UN: Millions Of Pakistanis Still In Need Of Assistance - Millions of Pakistanis are still in need of assistance as they recover from the floods that inundated large portions of the country.

UN: Nepalese Peace Process At Crossroads - The peace process in Nepal is at a crossroads as the United Nations winds up its mission there.

UN Concerned About Cholera Epidemic In Haiti - The UN is calling for massive mobilization activities " in Haiti to promote prevention and early treatment in the cholera epidemic.

UN: Child Nutrition Situation In Niger Remains Alarming - Although humanitarian aid to Niger has saved the lives of tens of thousands of ill-fed children, the nutritional situation remains alarming.

Crowd Attacks UN Peacekeepers In Abidjan - A large crowd today attacked a three-vehicle convoy of the United Nations peacekeeping force in Côte d`Ivoire in the commercial capital of Abidjan.

UN Launches Online Game To Educate Youth About HIV/AIDS - A new video game being launched by the United Nations aims to provide young people with accurate and reliable information about HIV prevention.

MTV College Network Names Robert Gates Man of the Year - MTV`s college network bypassed a plethora of pop, rock and movie stars, and bestowed a top honor on a man they call a true role model ": Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates.

Robert Gates to Travel to China - Robert M. Gates will travel to China from Jan. 9 to 12, and then to Japan Jan. 13 and 14.

Lebanon: President Sleiman Visits UN Peacekeeping Operations In South - Lebanese President Michel Sleiman today reaffirmed his country`s consensus " support for the United Nations peacekeeping operation.

The UN Delivers Ballots To Sudan - The United Nations has delivered ballots for more than 4 million voters in Southern Sudan for next month`s independence referendum.

UN Calls On Thailand Not To Forcibly Return Myanmar Nationals - The UN urged Thailand not to forcibly return a group of some 166 Myanmar nationals who fled their country amid renewed fighting and are currently seeking temporary protection from the Royal Government.

UN Delivers Assistance To Displaced Darfuris - The UN today began providing vital humanitarian assistance to thousands of internally displaced persons sheltered outside the UN-African Union mission`s sites in Darfur.


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