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UN Condemns Violence In Somalia - The top UN official in the country called for calm and urged all parties to resolve political issues through dialogue and reconciliation.

UN: Widespread Psychological Distress of Syria`s Refugee Children - Syrian refugee children in Lebanon and Jordan suffer from widespread psychological distress.

President Obama Wishes Americans Happy Thanksgiving: Video - The President also recognized that as Americans, we gather together this Thanksgiving to lift up those who need a helping hand.

Chuck Hagel Issues Thanksgiving Message to Troops, Families - Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel offered his gratitude to service members and their families in a Thanksgiving message.

UN Chief Ban Concerned by Rising Tensions in Bangkok - Concerned by rising political tensions in Bangkok,Ban Ki-moon called today on all sides to refrain from violence, respect the rule of law and to resolve their differences through genuine dialogue.

UN Promotes Llama Milk - Milk and dairy products from underutilized animals such as llama, donkey or yak should be more widely used to counteract high cow milk prices.

UN: Millions of Adolescents With AIDS Need Treatment - The UN has launched new recommendations to address the specific needs of adolescents both those living with HIV and those who are at risk of infection.

Chuck Hagel Discusses Regional Security Issues with Israeli Counterpart - While in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel discussed a series of regional security issues with Israel's Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon.

UN: Food Still Priority in Typhoon-Hit Philippines - The United Nations is mustering planes, ferries and trucks to boost its relief efforts in the Philippines.

UN: Geneva Conference on Syria Set for January - Ban Ki-moon said that he would convene in Geneva on 22 January an international conference on Syria bringing together the Government and the opposition to a negotiating table for the first time since the conflict started in March 2011.

UN Condemns New Anti-demonstration Law in Egypt - The UN warned that a new law restricting demonstrations in Egypt is seriously flawed and must be amended or repealed.

UN: Fuel Crisis In Gaza - A UN human rights expert called for action to avert a humanitarian catastrophe in the Gaza Strip, where a power shortage has disrupted health services, sent raw sewage flooding into the streets and left 1.7 million Palestinians in a dire situation.

UN Chief Welcomes Interim Agreement on Iran's Nuclear Program - Ban Ki-moon welcomed an interim agreement reached regarding Iran`s nuclear programme and urged the Governments concerned to do everything possible to continue negotiations.

On Anniversary of JFK`s Death, Ban Says Slain President is Inspiration - On the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, United Nations Secretary-General recalled his own meeting as a teenager with the United States leader that inspired him to enter public service.

David Guetta Helps UN Raise Funds For Typhoon Victims - The world needs more love, according to international music producer and DJ David Guetta who has partnered with the United Nations to raise money for aid relief in Typhoon Haiyan-stricken Philippines.

UN Spotlights Role of Family Farms in Reducing Hunger - The United Nations launched the International Year of Family Farming in an effort to highlight the potential family farmers have to eradicate hunger.

UN Stresses Need for Long-term Aid for Philippines Typhoon Victims - The top United Nations emergency relief official warned that millions of people left without homes will require substantial longer-term support.

UN: International Aid Vital to Help South Sudan - International humanitarian assistance is crucial to help the world`s youngest nation tackle a range of challenges, including food insecurity, inter-communal violence and flooding.

UN Reports Sustained Progress in Fighting HIV/AIDS - The United Nations reported accelerated progress in combating HIV/AIDS in much of the world.

UN Marks Universal Children's Day - Drawing a direct link between violence against children and poverty, United Nations officials marked Universal Children`s Day with a call to make child protection a priority.


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