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UN Reaffirms Support For Lebanon Tribunal - Ban Ki-moon today marked the 6th anniversary of the murder of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri.

Security Council Discusses Poverty As Root Of Conflict - The Security Council held a day-long, high-level debate on the root causes that fuel conflict in the world, like poverty and under-development.

Intelligence Chief Says al-Qaida Still Greatest Threat - Terrorism specifically al-Qaida remains the greatest threat to the United States, the director of national intelligence said.

UN: Human Rights Must Not Be Cast Aside Amid Middle East Politics - International human rights and humanitarian law is constantly being cast aside amid Middle East politics.

UN Chief Urges Peaceful Transition After Mubarak Resignation - Ban Ki-moon today called again for a transparent, orderly and peaceful transition in Egypt.

UN Condemns The Murder Of Egyptian Journalist - The UN ondemned the recent murder of Egyptian journalist Ahmed Mohammed Mahmoud.

Forces Kill, Detain Insurgents in Afghanistan - Afghan and coalition forces killed several insurgents yesterday with a precision airstrike and mortar fire in Kunar province`s Darah-ye Pech district.

Egypt's Key Role In Middle East Peace Must Be Preserved In Any Transition - Egypt under President Hosni Mubarak has played a key role in seeking peace between Israel and the Palestinians and this role must be preserved in any transition stemming from the current mass protests, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said today.

NATO Making Steady Progress In Afghanistan - The NATO-led International Security Assistance Force`s combined team north " has in the last 11 months transformed conditions for the Afghan people living in the northern part of the country along the Uzbekistan and Tajikistan borders.

Mike Mullen: Building Resilience Must Start at Basic Training - Leadership that builds resilience in service members and their families starting with the first day of basic training is essential to the U.S. military`s future, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said.

UN: Floods In Africa Could Lead To Food Shortages - Heavy rainfall and flooding in of southern Africa have damaged large areas of farmland and crops, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization said today.

UN Marks World Cancer Day - Two and half hours of moderate physical activity a week can reduce the risk of breast and colon cancers.

UN Calls On Egypt To Release Detained Journalists - The UN called for an end to the violence in Egypt and the immediate release of detained journalists and rights advocates.

UN: Global Food Prices Rise To New Highs - Food prices around the world surged to a new historic peak in January, for the seventh consecutive month, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) reported today.

Mike Mullen: Civilian-Military Partnerships Critical to World Affairs - The importance of strong civilian-military partnerships has never been greater, and the secretaries of state and defense are setting the example for how to build and sustain those partnerships, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said today.

UN Condemns Counterfeiting - Illicit trade in counterfeit goods and piracy of intellectual property not only cost global economies more than $1 trillion each year and put more than two million jobs at risk but threaten the lives, health and safety of consumers worldwide.

UN Peacekeepers Rescue Kidnapped Police - UN peacekeepers in the Congo rescued six national police officers kidnapped by rebels without paying a ransom or firing a shot.

UN Urges Concerted Response To Humanitarian Crisis In Somalia - The UN called for a concerted response to the crisis in Somalia,

UN: Linkage Between Conflicts And Under-Development - The Security Council will this month devote a high-level session to some of the root causes underlying conflict in the world, such poverty and under-development.

Ban Cites Need For UN Police Support For Timor-Leste - While the Timorese national police are resuming primary policing responsibilities in more districts of the country, there is a continued need for a UN police presence.

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