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Gates: We Regret Civilian Deaths In Afghanistan - The US regrets even one innocent civilian death, Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates said in Kabul today.

Robert Gates: Taliban Overreached In Pakistan - The Taliban overreached " in their offensive in Pakistan`s Buner district, Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates said today in Kabul.

Number Of People Infected With Swine Flu Tops 2,000 - The number of people infected with the influenza A(H1N1) virus has topped 2,000, the UN health agency confirmed today.

Mike Mullen: Focus Should Now Be On Afghanistan - U.S. military strategic focus is shifting from Iraq to Afghanistan, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said at a news conference today.

UN Calls On Iraq To Stop Use Of Death Penalty - In the wake of this weekend`s executions of a dozen convicted criminals in Iraq, the United Nations urged the Government to stop the use of the death penalty.

UN Concerned About Afghan Civilian Casualties - The top UN official in Afghanistan expressed serious concern about reports of civilian casualties and fighting that took place in the country`s western Farah province.

Delta II Rocket Launch Successful - Teams from the 30th Space Wing and various agencies successfully launched a Delta II rocket from Vandenberg's Space Launch Complex-2 at 1:24 p.m May 5.

Gates Praises Efforts To Boost Saudi Military - Gates called the mentorship that U.S. forces are providing the Saudi Arabian military a key factor in maintaining stability in the region.

Defense Dept: Shipper Supplied Security Best Defense Against Pirates - Merchant-ship-supplied security is the best short-term defense, a senior Defense Department official told Capitol Hill legislators here today.

Gates Seeks Saudi Support In Pakistan - As he heads for Saudi Arabia, Gates said, he will encourage leaders there to exert their influence to help the Pakistani government stand up to extremists.

UN: Urgent Humanitarian Needs In Sri Lanka - The UN announced the launch of a $50 million appeal to meet the urgent humanitarian needs of the rising number of desperate civilians.

Obama Wants To Curb Tax Havens For Corporations - Obama's proposals will restore fairness and balance to our tax code.

Gates: Taliban Push In Pakistan A Wake-Up Call - The recent push by Taliban forces to take more ground in Pakistan has served as a wake-up call for the government there, Defense Secretary Gates said today.

US Journalists Invited To Apply For Scripps Immigration Training Program - This program is designed to improve their immigration reporting skills. This program is sorely needed, too many journalists refer to migrants in unflattering terms like "illegal aliens."

Mullen Warns Iraq About Arab-Kurd Hostilities - Iraqi Kurds and Arabs must compromise to realize the full potential of the country, Navy Adm. Mike Mullen said during a visit here today

Taking Son's Prescription Drug Ended Airman's Career - A technical sergeant took a single pill from his son's prescription bottle, and that pill started him down the road toward a court-martial and discharge from the Air Force.

UN Urges Restraint Amid Latest Political Turmoil In Nepal - The UN human rights office in Nepal urged all parties to exercise restraint after the country's Prime Minister reportedly fired the Army Chief.

President Obama: H1N1 Cause for Concern, But Not Alarm - The outbreak of H1N1 flu "is a cause for concern, but not alarm," President Barack Obama said today after meeting with his Cabinet.

Myanmar Cyclone: One Year Later - Marking the one year anniversary since Cyclone Nargis devastated Myanmar, the UN is reviewing a life-saving effort but also pointing to the equally daunting work needed to rebuild.

UN: Preparedness Key To Fighting H1N1 - The UN stressed the importance of preparedness for a possible global pandemic, as the number of laboratory confirmed cases of the influenza A(H1N1) infection topped 600 worldwide

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