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UN Mission in Afghanistan Condemns Attacks on Schools by Insurgents - The UN mission in Afghanistan voiced concern over reported attacks on schools and education officials by anti-government groups in recent weeks.

UN: Iraq Making Progress On Path To Stability - Despite some predictions in the wake of the US troop withdrawal from Iraq, the Middle Eastern country is making progress on its path to stability.

UN Calls for Inclusive Economies in Arab World - The Arab world faces the challenge of building inclusive economies.

UN Concerned Over Murder of Cambodian Environment Activist - The UN voiced concern over the murder of an outspoken Cambodian environmental activist and human rights defender.

Panetta: Service Members Must Represent Best of America - It is more important than ever that service members exercise judgment in the age of Twitter, You Tube, Flickr, I-Phones and Facebook, Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta told troops at Fort Benning, Ga., today.

Obama Praises Military - In his weekly address Barack Obama discussed his trip to Afghanistan, where he signed a historic agreement setting the stage for a long-term partnership.

UN: Political Crisis in Guinea-Bissau Worsens Citizens` Living Conditions - The current political crisis in Guinea-Bissau is worsening the living conditions of its citizens.

UN: More Than One in Ten Births Are Born Too Early - Some 15 million babies worldwide " more than one in ten births " are born too early, according to a new United Nations-backed report.

UN Urges Better Management Of Water - Sustainable water reforms are having a positive impact on countries` development.

UN Chief Ban Condemns Terrorist Bombings In Russia - Ban Ki-moon has strongly condemned the terrorist attacks that occurred in Dagestan, Russia.

UN: Killers of Somali Journalist Must be Brought to Justice - The UN called on authorities in Somalia to bring to justice those responsible for the murder of radio journalist Farhan James Abdulle.

UN Works To Realize Rights Of Indigenous People - Almost 2,000 indigenous participants from all regions of the world are taking part in the two-week session.

UN Official Calls for Jonglei State to Start New Chapter of Peace - The state of Jonglei in South Sudan has the opportunity to start a new chapter of peace, a UNenvoy said.

Ban: UN Committed To Helping War-Torn Nations Rebuild - The UN is determined to do everything to assist societies torn by war from sliding back into conflict.

UN Concerned About Fighting Between Sudan and South Sudan - The Security Council called on Sudan and South Sudan to immediately end hostilities and resume negotiations within two weeks to resolve all outstanding issues.

UN Condemns Murder Of Journalist In Mexico - The United Nations human rights office today voiced alarm over the killing of a journalist in Mexico this past weekend.

UN Celebrates Legacy Of Jazz - The UN kicked off celebrations for the first annual International Jazz Day with a concert in Paris.

UN Chief Ban Praises India's Economic Progress - Ban Ki-moon praised India`s economic development and called on the country to build on it by implementing policies that reduce inequalities among society.

UN Initiative Seeks Private Sector Involvement to Fight Corruption - A new United Nations initiative seeks to involve private businesses in helping developing countries tackle corruption and strengthen their ability to fight it.

Families In Gaza Move Into UN-Built Shelters - More than 1,300 Palestinians living in Gaza`s Khan Younis camp will move into 223 housing units built by the United Nations agency assisting refugees in that area.

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