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UN Prepares To Assist Central Americans Affected By Tropical Storm Agatha - United Nations agencies are preparing to assist tens of thousands of people in the wake of tropical storm Agatha.

Obama: Live Lives Worthy of Fallen Warriors` Sacrifices - Obama called on the nation during a Memorial Day address at Joint Base Andrews, Md., to honor the legacy of its fallen warriors and to live lives worthy of their sacrifices.

UN Seeks $18 Million To Assist Afghan Refugees In Iran - Since 2002, UNHCR has helped more than 860,000 refugees repatriate to Afghanistan. In addition, a million Afghans have returned home spontaneously since that time.

UN Chief Ban Shocked By Deadly Raid On Gaza Aid Flotilla - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today expressed his shock at the deadly military interception on boats loaded with relief supplies headed for Gaza.

UN Security Council Condemns Deadly Raid On Gaza Aid Ships - The Security Council today condemned Monday`s deadly Israeli military interception of a convoy of aid ships bound for Gaza, calling for a prompt, impartial, credible and transparent investigation. "

Obama Visits Troops at New Fisher House - Obama visited gravestones at the Lincoln Cemetery near Chicago today, but when torrential rains cancelled his prepared Memorial Day remarks, paid a stop at a newly opened Fisher House.

UN Chief Ban Welcomes Pardoning Of Gay Couple In Malawi - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon lauded the courageous decision announced today by the leader of Malawi to pardon a gay couple recently sentenced to 14 years in prison.

Robert Gates Addresses Troops on Don`t Ask, Don`t Tell` Repeal - Robert M. Gates told troops worldwide today that any repeal of the so-called don`t ask don`t tell law will be delayed until the ongoing Defense Department high-level review is completed.

UN Pays Tribute To Peacemakers - The United Nations celebrated on 28 May the dedication and courage of the men and women who play an indispensable role in the cause of peace around the world.

Mike Mullen: I'm OK With Legislation To Repeal "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" - The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said yesterday that he`s comfortable with proposed legislation that seeks to repeal the law that bans gay men and lesbians from serving openly in the military.

Obama: Guardsmen Can Aid Intelligence, Interdiction at Border - An agreement to send hundreds of additional National Guardsmen to the southwestern U.S. border is one part of a comprehensive approach needed for immigration reform, President Barack Obama said today.

UN Provides Aid to Ghanian Refugees - The United Nations refugee agency is rushing aid to about 3,500 Ghanaians who have fled into neighbouring Togo.

Joe Biden: Troop Care Tops Nation`s Obligations - Caring for troops is the nation`s one truly sacred obligation, " Vice President Joe Biden said yesterday during a dinner for wounded warriors.

UN Finds Pace of Global Economic Recovery Too Weak to Spur Job Growth - The global economy is slowly rebounding from the worst of the recession but the recovery remains too anaemic to create enough jobs to replace those lost so far, a new United Nations report says today.

Zimbabwe Launches UN-Supported Immunization Drive - Zimbabwe has unveiled a new United Nations-supported campaign to boost the health of the country`s children and protect them from measles.

UN Launches Campaign To Ban Child Prostitution - The UN launched a major campaign for universal adoption of treaty protocols that outlaw the sale of children, child prostitution and pornography

South Korea Sets Responses to North Korean Provocations - South Korean officials have laid out a full and appropriate response to the North Korean sinking of a South Korean frigate that killed 46 sailors in March.

UN: Lack Of Funding Threatens Relief Efforts In Chad - The UN warned today that a lack of funding is threatening its emergency operations in Chad, where two million people are at risk of hunger.

Robert Gates Can Accept 'Don`t Ask, Don`t Tell` Amendment - Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates can accept a proposed congressional amendment overturning the ban on gay men and lesbians serving openly in the military.

U.S., South Korea Increase Military Exercises Following Attack - The U.S. and South Korean militaries will undergo two new training exercises in light of last week`s finding that North Korea sank a South Korean navy ship.

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