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Robert Gates Challenges Cadets to Change Army Culture - Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates told cadets here that they must continue changing the culture of the Army to ensure the service can handle the challenges facing America.

A Smartphone For Every Soldier? - It's not written in stone that every Soldier will get an Android phone or an iPhone -- but signs are pointing to it.

US Army Participates In Kuwait's 50-20 Parade - U.S. troops participated in a huge parade in Kuwait Feb. 26, celebrating 20 years since its liberation during Operation Desert Storm.

3rd ACR, Iraqi Army practice basic combat skills - Iraqi Army soldiers in Wasit province are continuing to make progress toward being a capable security force for their nation.

Forces Detain Militants, Find Weapons in Afghanistan - Afghan and coalition troops detained six suspected insurgents and found several weapon stockpiles yesterday in Afghanistan, military officials reported.

Lynn: Continuing Budget Resolution Puts Security at Risk - The Defense Department is losing billions of dollars by Congress` failure to pass the department`s fiscal 2011 budget, putting readiness, modernization and efficiency initiatives at risk, the deputy defense secretary said today.

First Lady, Dr. Biden to Launch Troop-support Campaign - First Lady Michelle Obama and Dr. Jill Biden, wife of Vice President Joe Biden, plan to launch a campaign next month that`s designed to rally citizens, businesses and nonprofit organizations to provide support for U.S. service members and their families.

Armed Conflict Blocking Efforts To Achieve Universal Primary Schooling, UN Warns - Armed conflict is robbing 28 million children of an education by exposing them to widespread rape and other sexual violence, targeted attacks on schools and other human rights abuses, according to a UN report issued today.

UN Condemns Violence In The Congo - The UN voiced alarm at a fresh upsurge of violence against civilians in north-eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo.

UN Chief Ban Discusses Libya With Obama - Ban Ki-moon held talks on Libya with United States President Barack Obama in Washington, D.C.

UN Ramps Up Humanitarian Aid To Libya - The United Nations is ramping up aid efforts within Libya, along the borders and inside its neighbours.

UN Warns Against Repression Of Planned Protests In Yemen - The UN warned Yemeni authorities against violent repression of planned mass peaceful protests.

SOP Columnist Robert Paul Reyes Quoted In New Book Revolt By Dick Morris - Columnist Robert Paul Reyes writes about pop culture, politics, the weird side, and other diverse and sundry subjects.

Ban Discusses Libya With Leaders Of Italy And Saudi Arabia - Ban Ki-moon today had telephone discussions with King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud of Saudi Arabia and Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi on developments in Libya.

Security Council Imposes Sanctions On Libya - The Security Council today voted unanimously to impose sanctions against the Libyan authorities.

Ban Condemns Qadhafi`s Actions Against Protesters - Ban Ki-moon today condemned Libyan President Muammar Al-Qadhafi`s actions against protestors as possible crimes against humanity.

UN: Vital To Keep Borders Open For People Fleeing Libya - The UN welcomed the positive indications it has received from Tunisia and Egypt that they will keep their borders open for people fleeing violence in neighbouring Libya.

UN Human Rights Council To Hold Special Session On Libya - The United Nations Human Rights Council announced today that it will hold a special session on Friday to discuss the situation in Libya.

Ban Returns To UN To Deal With Libya Crisis - Ban Ki-moon cut short a visit to Los Angeles to return to United Nations Headquarters today to address the crisis in Libya.

UN: Pakistan Needs To Invest More In Disaster Risk Reduction, - Pakistan is at risk of increased loss of lives, property and livelihoods in future if it fails to invest in disaster preparedness.

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