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UN Debates Ways To Fight Piracy - The United Nations General Assembly today held a day-long informal meeting on piracy.

UN: World Lags Far Behind On Sustainable Development Goals - Ban Ki-moon warning that the world is way behind schedule in setting its ecological house in order.

Obama Talks Up Wall Street Reform - In his weekly address, President Barack Obama discussed how reforming Wall Street will strengthen Main Street.

Mike Mullen Appeals to Philanthropists to Assist Veterans - The military`s top officer yesterday turned to American`s philanthropic community to help military veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan avoid the devastation of substance abuse, mental illness and homelessness.

Robert Gates Calls on Graduates to Live Lives of Service - Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates spoke of the satisfaction of a life of service during graduation exercises at Morehouse College in Atlanta this morning.

Generals Stress Need to Share Information - As U.S. forces increasingly work as part of multinational coalitions, they are part of a cultural shift toward more information sharing and working more closely with allied troops.

McChrystal: Afghan Perceptions Key to Success - Changing the perceptions of the Afghan people about the coalition, their own government and the Taliban will be key to success in that nation.

Karzai Thanks Fort Campbell Soldiers, Families - Afghan President Hamid Karzai brought a message of thanks to soldiers and their families here today, as the 101st Airborne Division continues to deploy to his country.

UN Condemns Violence In Kyrgyzstan - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has issued a call for calm and restraint as reports of violence and loss of life emerge from Kyrgyzstan.

UN Chief Ban Urges Support For Migrant Families - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today urged governments to implement policies that help migrants adapt and prosper in their host countries.

UN Chief Ban Voices Concern Over Violence In Thailand - Ban Ki-moon today voiced growing concern at mounting violence in Thailand between anti-Government protesters and the authorities, and called on all sides to resume talks and avoid further loss of life.

UN Provides Aid To Flood Victims In Afghanistan - The United Nations is helping Afghanistan rush in emergency food and non-food aid for thousands of people hit by floods earlier this month, particularly in the three worst-affected western provinces.

Obama, Karzai Reaffirm Goals, U.S.-Afghan Partnership - President Barack Obama and Afghan President Hamid Karzai today reaffirmed the shared U.S. and Afghan goals to defeat al-Qaida and to establish good governance and a growing economy in Afghanistan.

UN: Human Rights Activists In Mexico Under Increasing Threat - Human rights defenders in Mexico are under increasing threat, a group of independent United Nations experts cautioned today.

UN Still Hard At Work In Haiti - As Haiti continues to recover from January`s catastrophic earthquake, the head of the United Nations World Food Programme announced an increase in cash- and food-for-work programmes for the country.

UN Chief Ban Visits Canada - Ban Ki-moon today stressed the importance of the relationship between the United Nations and Canada.

UN Seeks $18 Million For Mongolia - The UN requested more than $18 million to assist nearly 800,000 people in Mongolia who are suffering from the combined effects of a long, severe winter and a preceding harsh summer drought.

First Lady Announces Military Family Review - Obama has directed the national security staff to lead a 90-day review aimed at developing a federal government wide approach to supporting military families, Michelle Obama announced here today.

U.S., Afghan Defense Leaders Agree to Long-Term Partnership - Senior U.S. and Afghan officials today agreed to explore ways to broaden and deepen defense cooperation between the two countries and establish a long-term partnership for the future.

UN Concerned Over Mysterious Illnesses Of Girls In Afghan Schools - The top United Nations envoy to Afghanistan today sounded the alarm over the illnesses of girls attending schools in parts of the country, allegedly due to chemical contaminants.

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