|UN Starts Relocation of 15,000 South Sudanese Refugees in Ethiopia - The UN has begun relocating nearly 15,000 South Sudanese refugees who had been stranded for a few months at a way station in western Ethiopia.|
|Chuck Hagel Thanks Fort Campbell Troops for Anti-Ebola Efforts - Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel thanked troops at Kentucky`s Fort Campbell today for making a huge difference in working to contain the spread of Ebola in West Africa.|
|UN Marks 'International Day of Tolerance' - Making International Day of Tolerance, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today urged world leaders to protect people from persecution and to encourage tolerance for all regardless of nationality, religion, language, race, sexuality or any other distinction that obscures our common humanity.|
|Chuck Hagel Announces New Defense Innovation, Reform Efforts - In a keynote speech tonight at the 2014 Reagan National Defense Forum, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel announced a plan to harness the brightest minds and cutting-edge technology to change the way the Department of Defense innovates and operates.
|UN: Number of Eritrean Asylum-seekers in Europe Soars - The number of asylum-seekers in Europe from Eritrea during the first 10 months of 2014 has tripled compared with last year.|
|UN Warns of Potential Displacement Crisis in Libya - In the wake of car bombings in Tripoli and deadly clashes between rival armed groups in cities across long-troubled Libya, the United Nations human rights office today voiced alarm over escalating violence in the long-troubled country.|
|Chuck Hagel Begins a Five-day Domestic Trip to Visit Military - Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has begun a five-day cross country trip to visit with the men and women of the military.
|Ebola-zone Troops` Health Remains Top Concern - Ensuring that U.S. personnel dispatched to West Africa to help stop the spread of Ebola don`t contract the deadly disease remains the U.S. military`s top priority.|
|UN Health Oficial tells Liberians: You Must Hunt the Ebola Virus - The number of Ebola cases in Liberia, which had recently shown some signs of decline, is starting to pick up again, most likely because people are relaxing their guard.|
|UN: World Must Combat Stigma Associated With Ebola - The Secretary-General`s Special Envoy on Ebola, Dr. David Nabarro, made a passionate appeal to combat stigmatization surrounding the disease by calling for a global social media campaign to express solidarity and to show we are anti-discrimination.|
|UN: Stopping Ebola as Fast as Possible Number One Priority - The number one priority is to stop Ebola as fast as possible and get ahead of the virus, the chief of the United Nations emergency response mission said.|
|Troops Establish Air Bridge for Ebola Response - More than 35 airmen and two Air Force C-130 Hercules aircraft from Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, arrived here recently to establish the 787th Air Expeditionary Squadron and fly humanitarian cargo into Liberia as part of Operation United Assistance, the mission to fight Ebola in West Africa. |
|Iraqi Pilots to Train on Iraqi-purchased F-16s in Arizona - The initial group of F-16 fighter jets purchased by Iraq will be delivered to Tucson, Arizona, for Iraqi pilot training due to the security situation in Balad in Iraq.|
|Ebola Response Hospital in Liberia Opens - The Defense Department-provided, 25-bed hospital sent to Monrovia, Liberia, as part of the department`s Ebola response efforts has officially opened and is completely staffed.|
|Ebola: UN Chief Hails Progress in Fight Aainst Virus - The world is on the right track " to defeating Ebola as the infection rate of the deadly virus shows some signs of slowing in West Africa`s most affected areas.|
|Ban Welcomes Release of Two US Nationals Held by DPR Korea - The release of two United States nationals by the Government of the Democratic People`s Republic of Korea (DPRK) provides hope for positive momentum.|
|UN Seeks to Bring Ebola Outbreak Under Control by December - The United Nations health agency today announced a new burial protocol for Ebola victims aimed at reducing the risk of exposure to the disease for family members as they bury their loved ones.|
|Obama Urges Americans to Honor Vets Through Care, Support - As the Nov. 11 Veterans Day observance approaches, President Barack Obama used his weekly address today to commend service members throughout the nation`s history for their dedication and to encourage all Americans to honor their sacrifices by helping them succeed and get the support they`ve earned.
|Russia Pushing Limits of International Order, Dempsey Says - Russia is pushing on the limits of international order, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said today.|
|Dempsey Highlights Importance of Hiring Veterans - Veterans are brave and selfless, and they bring the best traits to employers, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said today.|