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UN Concerned over Forced Evictions of Palestinians in West Bank - The UN human rights office expressed concern over the forced eviction of Palestinians in the West Bank.

UN Staff Member Shot Dead By Israeli Forces - The UN agency tasked with assisting Palestinian refugees today called for restraint from all parties after learning one of its staff members was shot and killed by Israeli forces.

Robert Paul Reyes Told It LIke It Is In Regard To Murder Of Delbert Belton - You, Mr. Reyes, have told it like it is with regard to the heinous murder of Delbert Belton. The suspects are black!!!

UN Chief Ban: Use Of Chemical Weapons Crime Against Humanity - The use of any chemical weapons in Syria would amount to a crime against humanity.

Ban Wants UN Probe of Alleged Chemical Weapons Use In Syria - Ban Ki-moon is asking the Syrian Government to allow a team of UN experts to investigate the latest allegations regarding the use of chemical weapons.

UN Condemns Fresh Fighting In Egypt - The UN called on Egyptian authorities to allow access to human rights officers to assess the situation on the ground in light of the new wave of violence in the country.

DOD Announces Same-Sex Spouse Benefits - Today, the Department of Defense announced its plan to extend benefits to same-sex spouses of uniformed service members and Department of Defense civilian employees.

Chuck Hagel, Chinese Defense Minister to Meet at Pentagon - Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel and his top advisers will meet with China`s Minister of National Defense Gen. Chang Wanquan at the Pentagon.

UN Chief Ban Hopes 2013 Will Be 'Year Of Peace' - Ban Ki-moon, on a visit to Jerusalem, stressed his full support for direct negotiations between Israelis and Palestinians.

US Cancels Military Exercise With Egypt - Canceling U.S. participation in the Bright Star military exercise with Egypt sends a strong objection to the Egyptian government about the recent violence.

UN Warns Of Sexual Violence In Somalia - Sexual and gender-based violence continues to be a pervasive issue in Somalia.

Ban Condemns Attacks On Egyptian Churches - Ban Ki-moon condemned the attacks on churches, hospitals and public facilities in Egypt.

Chuck Hagel Announces New Anti-Sexual Assault Initiatives - Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel announced 7 new initiatives to strengthen and standardize the department`s sexual assault prevention effort.

UN Chief Ban Condemns Terrorist Blast In Beirut Suburb - Ban Ki-moon condemned the car bomb explosion that struck a Beirut suburb, and urged all Lebanese to remain united in the face of such violence.

Ban Congratulates Mali For Successful Election - Ban Ki-moon congratulated the authorities and the people of Mali for the successful conduct of a presidential election.

UN Chief Ban Arrives In Middle East - The deadly violence in Egypt, the ongoing Syria crisis and the Israeli-Palestinian peace process were on Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon`s agenda as he arrived today in the Middle East.

UN Urges All Parties In Egypt To Act With Restraint - The United Nations human rights chief appealed to all parties in Egypt to act with restraint and initiate talks.

UN: $98 Million Needed For Food Assistance In North Korea - The United Nations today said $98 million is urgently needed to address critical humanitarian needs in the Democratic People`s Republic of Korea.

Ban Condemns Use Of Force Against Protesters In Egypt - Ban Ki-moon condemned in the strongest terms the violence that occurred today in Cairo when Egyptian security services used force to clear sit-ins and demonstrations.

Obama Announces Steps to Advance Surveillance Debate - President Barack Obama announced four steps that he said would move the public debate forward about classified government surveillance programs.


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