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Ban Praises Small Islands` Commitment to Address Climate Change - Ban Ki-moon praised the commitment by small islands in the Pacific to low-carbon development.

UN Court Rules Against Japan`s Whaling Activities in the Antarctic - The United Nations International Court of Justice has ruled against Japan in a case involving charges by Australia that the country was using a scientific research programme to mask a commercial whaling venture in the Antarctic.

Chuck Hagel Thanks Alexander, Cyber Community for Defense Efforts - Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has paid tribute to retiring Army Gen. Keith B. Alexander, who is stepping down as head of U.S. Cyber Command and the National Security Agency.

Air Force Relieves, Disciplines Officers in Cheating Scandal - The Air Force has relieved nine officers, allowed a commander to retire and will discipline 91 others as a result of a cheating scandal among intercontinental ballistic missile launch officers at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont.

UN: Central African Republic Marked by Rising Hatred - One year after rebels seized power in the Central African Republic, the situation in the country is marked by rising hatred between communities, deteriorating security and humanitarian conditions.

UN Chief Ban Warns Against Escalation of Conflict in Ukraine - Ban Ki-moon warned the concerned parties and the international community that even small sparks can ignite larger flames of unintended consequences.

UN Headquarters to Go Dark in Observance of 'Earth Hour' - It will be lights out for the UN later this evening as the Organization shuts off the lights at its iconic Headquarters complex in New York and in observance of Earth Hour.

U.S., British Defense Leaders Discuss Ukraine, NATO - U.S. and United Kingdom defense leaders today reiterated that there must be consequences for Russia following President Vladimir Putin`s forced annexation of Crimea from Ukraine.

UN Chief Ban Warns World About Climate Change - Ban Ki-moon saw first-hand the impacts of climate change during a visit today to Greenland, where the melting of ice sheets is accelerating.

UN: Sierra Leone a Success Story - The UN said that the West African nation has gained solid footing on the path to recovery.

Chuck Hagel, Martin Dempsey Stress Leaders` Roles in Ethical Issues - Leadership is key to eliminating ethical lapses that have tarnished the reputation of the American military, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel and Army Gen. Martin E. Dempsey said.

UN Presses for Investigation into Abuses in Sri Lanka War - The UN called for the establishment of an independent and credible investigation into alleged violations committed in 2009 during the final phase of the conflict in Sri Lanka.

UN Concerned at Plans for New Israeli Settlements - The UN Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process voiced concern at the Israeli Government`s plans to advance over 2,300 settlement units.

Grace Hill Media Responds to Review of 'Noah' by Robert Paul Reyes - Jonathan Bock takes exception with my review of 'Noah.'

UN All About Empowering Girls and Women - The head of the UN office focusing on the world's women has welcomed the outcome of a two-week meeting in New York that represents a milestone towards a transformative global development agenda that puts the empowerment of women and girls at its centre.

UN Marks 'World Water Day' - To mark World Water Day, the UN is highlighting the key role that water and energy play in economic development and the eradication of poverty worldwide.

Ban Urges Dialogue to Resolve Crimea Crisis - Ban Ki-moon today urged real dialogue between Kyiv and Moscow to peacefully resolve the current crisis.

UN Marks International Day of Happiness - The UN marked the International Day of Happiness with calls to promote social inclusion and intercultural harmony,

Ban Concerned Crimea Vote Will Worsen Situation - Ban Ki-moon said he is concerned this weekend`s Crimea secession referendum will only exacerbate an already complex and tense situation.

UN Chief Ban: Syria's Political Process in Crisis - Ban Ki-moon appealed yet again for the international community to help bring the rival Syrian parties closer on concrete measures to end the conflict.


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