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Obama Vows to Protect Americans in Iraq - Two days after authorizing targeted U.S. airstrikes in Iraq, Obama said the United States will continue to do whatever is needed to protect Americans in the country.

Ban Marks International Day of Indigenous Peoples - Marking the International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples, Ban Ki-moon said indigenous peoples have a central interest in development and can act as powerful agents of progress.

UN: Afghan Presidential Candidates Agree to Political Deal - The UN said that it welcomes a political agreement reached between Abdullah Abdullah and Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai and looks forward to their pledged progress on moving ahead to form a national unity government.

UN Chief Ban Pleads With Israel, Hamas to Return to Ceasefire - Amid renewed hostilities in Gaza, Ban Ki-moon called firmly on the parties to the conflict not to resort to further military action but swiftly find a way back to respect of the humanitarian ceasefire and continue negotiations in Cairo.

UN Calls for Urgent Response to Help Thousands in Iraq Displaced by Militants` Advance - The United Nations has begun coordinating humanitarian assistance for displaced vulnerable ethnic and religious minorities.

India Will Help to Shape New World Order, Chuck Hagel Says - India represents one of the most significant countries in the world today that will help shape a new world order that is emerging in this young century, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said today.

UN Flags at Half-mast to Honor Staff Killed in Gaza - The UN flag is flying at half-mast at the world body`s New York Headquarters in memory of the UN staff members killed since the beginning of the conflict in Gaza on 8 July.

UN Chief Ban Praises Ceasefire Between Israel and Hamas - Following the announcement yesterday of a ceasefire between Israel and Palestinian factions, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has urged all parties to commence talks in Cairo for a durable peace.

Temporary Ceasefire Allows UN to Restock Water, Food - Amid a 7-hour ceasefire announced by Israel in Gaza, the UN is restocking supplies temporary shelters for the 270,000 displaced people throughout the Gaza Strip.

UN: Doctors Urgently Needed to Combat Ebola - The United Nations health agency today appealed for urgently needed contributions to combat the deadly Ebola disease in West Africa, saying hundreds of doctors, nurses, health staff and materials are needed in the region.

Ban Offers Help to Quake Victims in China - Saddened by the loss of life as a result of the earthquake that struck Yunnan province, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon pledged that the UN stands ready to help respond to any humanitarian needs created by the disaster.

Annulment of Uganda`s Anti-homosexuality Law Hailed by UN - United Nations officials have welcomed the decision of the Constitutional Court of Uganda to annul the country`s Anti-Homosexuality Act, hailing it as a victory for the rule of law and social justice.

UN Unveils $100 million Ebola Response Plan - West Africa is confronted with a fast-moving unprecedented outbreak of the Ebola disease accompanied by unprecedented challenges.

UN Chief Ban Schocked at Collapse of Gaza Ceasefire - Strongly condemning the violation by Hamas of the mutually agreed humanitarian ceasefire which commenced this morning in the Gaza Strip, Ban Ki-moon also expressed deep concern about renewed Israeli attacks on the tiny enclave.

UN Sets Up Task Force to Reduce Risks of Flying Over Conflict Zones - The UN set up a task force to reduce the risks of civilian planes flying over conflict areas.

Afghanistan: UN Welcomes Arrival of Observers for Audit of Run-off Election Results - The UN welcomed today`s deployment of international observers ahead of the resumption Saturday of the comprehensive audit of the results of the Presidential election run-off held on 14 June.

UN: Downing of Plane May be War Crime - The shooting down of a Malaysian Airlines plane over eastern Ukraine may amount to a war crime, the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights today said today.

Ban Calls for Immediate Ceasefire in Gaza - United Nations Chief Ban calls for an immediate and unconditional ceasefire in Gaza.

Intel Community Assists Flight MH17 Investigation - Agencies throughout the U.S. intelligence community are collaborating to develop as complete a picture as possible of the events surrounding the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17.

U.S. Moves Tripoli Embassy Personnel to Tunisia - The U.S. military today assisted in the movement of personnel at the U.S. Embassy in Tripoli in Libya to Tunisia, Pentagon Press Secretary Navy Rear Adm. John Kirby said in a statement issued today.


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