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UN Developes Green Approach To Humanitarian Aid - A new online resource centre developed by the United Nations seeks to help reduce the damage done to the environment during humanitarian and relief activities.

Russia`s Bat Population Under Threat From Recent Wildfires - Russia`s bat population, which boasts some 30 species, has been hard hit by the wildfires that swept across the country this summer.

UN Pleads For Greater Access To Those In Need In Afghanistan - On the eve of World Humanitarian Day, the United Nations health agency and its partners in Afghanistan are appealing for greater access by and to those most in need of medical assistance.

UN Marks World Humanitarian Day - The United Nations will mark the second-ever World Humanitarian Day on Thursday by paying tribute to the life-saving work carried out by aid workers around the globe.

UN Condemns Deadly Attack On Iraqi Army Recruitment Center - The United Nations has strongly condemned today`s terrorist attack on an Iraqi army recruitment centre in the capital.

US Helicopters, Cargo Planes Continue Pakistan Aid - Four U.S. Marine Corps CH-46 Sea Knight helicopters arrived today and U.S. Air Force C-130 cargo aircraft began transporting international aid within Pakistan

Robert Gates Visits Marine, SEAL Training in San Diego - Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates presiding over a Marine Corps Recruit Depot graduation ceremony today.

UN Shielding Children From Violence In Kyrgyz - The UN launched an initiative to ensure safe access to education at the start of the new school year in September for thousands of youngsters affected by the recent violence in the southern city of Osh.

UN Chief Ban Urges Young People To Practice Tolerance - Ban Ki-moon urged participants at a UN student forum to use their voices for the common good, and to build a culture of tolerance in a world that is more connected than ever before.

UN Urges Extra Vigilance To Ensure Safe Afghan Polls Next Month - The UN warned today that security will be the main challenge and called for extra vigilance to ensure that the polls are safe.

UN Celebrates International Day Of Youth - The International Year of Youth kicked off with calls from the UN to harness the talents of the world`s young people to promote better understanding between different generations and cultures.

Hillary Clinton Presses Congress to Ratify Nuclear Treaty - Hillary Rodham Clinton yesterday reiterated the call she and Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates have made for the Senate to move quickly to ratify the new Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty.

UN Sends Food To Drought-Stricken Niger - The UN has begun a major round of feeding for 670,000 children under the age of two and their families in drought-stricken Niger.

UN Health Agency Declares H1N1 Pandemic Over - The United Nations health agency today declared an end to the H1N1 pandemic but urged continued vigilance, cautioning that pandemics, like the viruses that cause them, are unpredictable.

U.S. Aid to Pakistani Flood Victims Ramps Up - U.S. Army helicopters took advantage of a break in the weather to fly relief missions in Pakistan.

Ban Meets with Panel Of Inquiry Into Gaza Flotilla Incident - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today met with the four-member panel of inquiry into the May Gaza flotilla incident as they sat down to map out how they will conduct their work.

Obama Calls Gates Announcement 'Step Forward in Reform` - Obama called Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates` announcement concerning Pentagon efficiency initiatives another step forward in the reform efforts.

UN Chief Ban Extends Condolences To Families Of Victims Of Flooding In China - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said today he was saddened by the loss of life and destruction caused by the severe flooding and landslides that have hit China.

UN: World Must Boost Efforts To Protect Somali Civilians - The UN called on the international community to step up efforts to protect civilians in Somalia.

State Department: Al-Qaida Still Top U.S. Terror Threat - Transnational terrorism poses the United States` gravest security threat, with al-Qaida`s core in Pakistan remaining the most-formidable terrorist organization targeting the U.S. homeland, according to a new State Department report.


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