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UN Plane Disappears In Bolivia - Grave fears are held for four United Nations staff in Bolivia whose plane disappeared during a flight to monitor coca production northeast of the capital, La Paz, yesterday.

UN Seeks Facts On Osama bin Laden Killing - The UN called on the United States to disclose further details of the recent killing of Osama bin Laden, particularly if there were plans to capture him alive.

UN Condemns Bahrain Crackdown - The UN voiced deep concern about the continued detention of hundreds of activists in Bahrain.

Ban Calls On Palestinian Parties To Accept Two-State Solution - Ban Ki-moon has strongly appealed to Palestinian parties to commit to the principles of the Road Map that seeks to have two States " Israel and Palestine " living side by side in peace and security.

Task Force Assesses Impact Of Osama bin Laden's Death - News of Osama bin Laden`s death raced through the tents and plywood buildings that make up the headquarters of the 101st Airborne Division`s 4th Brigade Combat Team here this morning.

Osama Killed! Obama: Justice Has Been Done - "Justice has been done", Said President Barack Obama in announcing the death of Osama.

US Kills Osama bin Laden In Intelligence-Driven Operation - American special forces killed Osama bin Laden on Sunday.

Breaking News: Osama bin Laden Dead according to The SOP News - As cheering crowds were gathering in front of the White House, President Barack Obama, at approximately 11:35 PM, Washington D.C. time confirmed that that Osama bin Laden has been killed by U.S.

Mike Mullen Welcomes Grads To Fast-Changing World - Mike Mullen spoke of the ever-changing, fast-paced world Florida State grads will soon embark on.

Obama Nominates New Security Team - Obama Nominated CIA Director Leon Panetta to lead the Pentagon after Gates retires June 30.

UN: Tobacco Could Kill A Billion People This Century - Up to one billion people could die this century from smoking or being exposed to tobacco if current rates continue.

UN To Feed Millions In North Korea - The UN announced plans to introduce emergency operations in North KOrea to feed an estimated 3.5 million people.

UN Calls For Investigation Of Abuses In Syria - The UN Human Rights Council voted for a mission to be sent to Syria to investigate violations of international human rights law and crimes committed against civilians.

UN: Fighting Intensifies Near Libyan-Tunisian Border - Fighting near a border crossing between Libya and Tunisia has stopped the flow of migrants from Libya`s Western Mountains region.

UN Chief Ban Calls For Elimination Of Chemical Weapons - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today urged the world to build on progress so far made towards the complete elimination of chemical weapons.

UN Chief Ban Condemns Bombing In Morocco - Ban Ki-moon condemned yesterday`s terrorist attack at a café in the Moroccan city of Marrakech that has killed at least 16 people.

UN: Syrian Aarmy Carrying Out Major Military Operation Against Key City - he Syrian army is carrying out a major operation in the city at the centre of popular protests against the country's Government.

UN Chief Ban Praises Pakistan's Contribution To Peacekeeping - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon hailed the dedication of the troops, police and civilian personnel who play a crucial role in helping people around the world recover from war.

UN: War Crimes Committed In Sri Lanka - The UN has found credible reports of war crimes committed by both the Government and Tamil rebels and calls for genuine investigations into the allegations, according to a report made public by the UN.

Over A Hundred Countries Participate In UN-Backed Immunization Drive - Some 180 countries and territories are for the first time carrying out simultaneous United Nations-backed immunization campaigns


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