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UN Urges Uganda to Scrap Anti-Homosexuality Bill - The UN called on the President of Uganda to refrain from signing the Anti-Homosexuality Bill into law.

UN: Deadline For Removing Chemical Weapons From Syria Will Not Be Met - The deadline set for the removal of the most critical chemical weapons material from Syria for destruction will not be met owing to technical difficulties.

Obama-signed Bill Provides Military Pay, Bonuses - President Barack Obama today signed House Resolution 3304, which provides pay and bonuses for U.S. service members.

Civilians in Strife-Torn South Sudan Fleeing to UN Bases - Some 63,000 civilians have now sought refuge in United Nations bases in South Sudan.

Obama Mulls Steps to Protect U.S. Personnel in South Sudan - Obama wrote to Congress that he`s considering taking additional steps to protect U.S. citizens, personnel, and property in South Sudan.

UN Chief Ban Condemns Deadly Beirut Bombing - Ban condemned the car bombing in Beirut today that killed former minister Mohammad Chattah.

UN Chief Ban Appeals For Peace In South Sudan - In an appeal broadcast in South Sudan on Wednesday, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon renewed his call on its leaders to settle their differences peacefully.

Ban Concerned About Escalating Violence In Israel, Gaza & West Bank - Ban Ki-moon voiced concern about the escalating violence in Israel, Gaza and the West Bank, and called for maximum restraint by all parties to prevent further bloodshed.

UN Condemns Atrocities in Central African Republic - Urgent national and international action is crucial to prevent the Central African Republic from plunging into full-scale sectarian conflict and protect civilians.

UN Chief Ban: Preparations for Upcoming Syria Peace Conference On Track - Ban Ki-moon said that preparations for the long-awaited international conference aimed at achieving a political solution to the crisis in Syria are moving ahead.

As South Sudan Conflict Worsens, Ban Proposes Reinforcing UN Peacekeepers - Ban Ki-moon called a crisis meeting of his top advisers on the deteriorating situation in South Sudan and proposed reinforcing the UN peacekeeping force.

Syrian Conflict Will Take Years to Sort Out, Dempsey Says - The conflict in Syria will take years to sort out, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said.

Obama Directs Review of Military Sexual Assault Prevention Progress - Obama has instructed Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Army Gen. Martin E. Dempsey to continue their efforts to make improvements to the military`s sexual assault prevention.

'Snow White's Seven Patches' by Jewel Kats Published as First Vitiligo Fairy Tale - With her new landmark publication in the world of children`s literature, Jewel Kats is now the author of first ever fairytale about vitiligo.

UN Chief Ban Condemns Attack on UN Base in South Sudan - Ban Ki-moon and the members of the Security Council have strongly condemned the ongoing violence, including the deadly attack on a United Nations base in Akobo.

Ban Pledges Solidarity with People of Typhoon-hit Tacloban - Visiting the storm-ravaged Philippine city of Tacloban, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon hailed the resilience of the people.

UN Highlights Refugee Problem - The UN warned today that 2013 is on track for some of the highest levels of forced displacement ever seen.

UN Marks International Migrants Day - To mark International Migrants Day, the United Nations family is calling on people and Governments everywhere to reject xenophobia and embrace migration as a key enabler for equitable, inclusive and sustainable social and economic development.

UN Ramps Up Aid for 6 Million Child Victims of Typhoon Haiyan - Filipino communities are working together to clean schools, 193 classroom-sized tents have been erected for close to 20,000 students, and over 50,000 children are benefitting from UNICEF school supplies.

UN: Afghanistan Advancing Towards Stability as International Force Draws Down - Despite volatility and uncertainty, Afghanistan continues to make progress in enhancing its stability as the drawdown continues for the international forces that have sought to bring security there for the past 12 years.

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