|Pentagon Demands WikiLeaks Return Stolen Documents - The Pentagon is demanding that WikiLeaks immediately return the stolen military documents in its possession.|
|Security Council Extends UN Presence In Iraq For Another Year - The Security Council extended for another year the mandate of the UN mission that is helping Iraq with its efforts to build a secure, stable and prosperous nation. |
|UN Chief Ban: Achieving Nuclear-Weapon-Free World Is Possible - A more peaceful world can be ours, " Ban Ki-moon said in remarks to the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Ceremony held in Japan.
|UN Chief Ban Visits Japan - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today urged the world to work to ensure that nuclear weapons were eliminated. |
|Robert Gates Calls on FBI to Join Leak Investigation - Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates announced he has asked the FBI to help Pentagon authorities investigate the leak of the classified documents published by WikiLeaks. |
|Robert Gates: WikiLeaks Guilty on Moral Grounds - The WikiLeaks whistleblower website is morally guilty of putting people`s lives at risk by making public tens of thousands of classified U.S. military documents, Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates said today.
|Mike Mullen: No Easy Answer To Military Suicide Problem - While no easy answers exist to a military suicide problem that has reached "crisis level," a big part of the solution is tied to leadership, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said today.
|U.S. Military in Afghanistan Responds to Pakistan Floods - The U.S. military in Afghanistan is responding rapidly to the disastrous flooding that reportedly killed more than 1,200 people in Pakistan.|
|U.S. Rushes Aid to Pakistan Flood Victims - United States is rushing aircraft, food and shelter to help those impacted by flooding in Pakistan.|
|UN: Disease New Threat In Flood-Hit Pakistan - United Nations humanitarian agencies warned today of the possibility of waterborne disease outbreaks emerging in north-western Pakistan.|
|Obama Reaffirms Commitment to Veteran Care - Caring for veterans is a moral obligation, President Barack Obama said today in a speech at the Disabled American Veterans National Convention in Atlanta.|
|Obama Lauds Military for Service in Iraq, Afghanistan - After nearly a decade of fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan, today`s military has become one of the greatest generations to serve, President Barack Obama said today.|
|Mike Mullen: Family Support Vital to War Effort - Military readiness is directly tied to family readiness, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff told National Guard family program volunteers here yesterday.|
|UN Rushing Food To Victims Of Deadly Pakistan Floods - The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) has begun distributing food to more than 35,000 families affected by the worst floods northwest Pakistan has seen in decades.|
|Pentagon Rejects Claim WikiLeaks Offered Document Review - A claim by WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange that the U.S. government had an opportunity to review stolen military documents published on the group`s website is untrue, a Pentagon spokesman said today.
|UN Identifies New World Heritage Sites - The UN added a selection of new sites situated in various countries around the globe to its World Heritage List, after deciding that they were of outstanding universal value. |
|UN Issues Ten Tips For Successful Breastfeeding - To unlock the lifesaving potential of breast milk, two United Nations agencies have unveiled 10 steps to help mothers successfully breast feed, kicking off World Breastfeeding Week today|
|UN: Terrorism In Africa Linked To Organized Crime - Terrorism in Africa is increasingly linked to organized crime, and the continent`s governments must take stronger steps to try to break those connections.|
|Obama Signs Defense Supplemental Bill - President Barack Obama signed the Defense Department`s supplemental war-funding bill.|
|UN: Missing Russian Pilot In Darfur Found Safe - A Russian helicopter pilot missing since the start of the week was found safe late today in southern Darfur.|