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Mike Mullen: Teamwork Key To Iraq Security - The teamwork between Iraqi and American security forces is behind the vast improvements in Iraq, Navy Adm. Mike Mullen said during a news conference here today.

UN Proclaims International Year Of Youth In 2010 - The United Nations today proclaimed an International Year of Youth starting on 12 August 2010.

UN: Thousands Flee Pakistan - The UN is rushing hundreds of tents to north-west Pakistan, where some 40,000 people have fled an intensification of military operations over the last few weeks.

UN Chief Ban: Climate Change Deal, A Beginning - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today welcomed the climate change deal reached by world leaders at a United Nations summit in Copenhagen, calling it an "essential beginning".

Michelle Obama Delivers Toys For Tots Donation - First Lady Michelle Obama delivered a van full of toys and a holiday message of giving today to volunteers at the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots distribution center.

UN Provides Stoves For Women In Sudan - The United Nations today launched a pilot project to provide fuel-efficient stoves to some 150,000 women in Sudan and Uganda.

UN & Nepal Sign Action Plan For Release Of Child Soldiers - The UN, the Nepalese Government and Unified Communist Party of Nepal-Maoist signed an action plan to accelerate the release of nearly 3,000 child soldiers.

UN Chief Ban Talks About Climate Change - The outcome of the historic climate change negotiations in Copenhagen hinges on the issues of emissions reductions and financing, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said today.

UN: World Must Act Against Israeli Settlements - A United Nations committee on Palestinian rights today called on the international community to take urgent and decisive action against the continued illegal Israeli actions.

UN To Build 10,000 Homes In Afghanistan - The United Nations refugee agency is slated to build a further 10,000 homes in Afghanistan next year in a bid to ease the return of Afghans who have fled decades of violence in the war-wracked nation and

Obama: We Must Reform Wall Street - In his weekly address, President Obama applauded the House for passing financial reform legislation and called on the Senate to continue working toward meaningful reform that stands up for consumers.

Send Xmas Cards & Care Packages To Our Troops In Afghanistan & Iraq - Mail is a tremendous morale booster, " said Tyler, a Hooper, Utah, resident. It means a lot to people to receive something from home. "

US & Russia Make Progress On Nuclear Weapons Reduction Pact - The United States and Russia are making progress on a pledge to reach an agreement on a nuclear weapons reduction pact.

Military Services Meet Recruiting Goals - The active-duty services met or exceeded their November recruiting goals, Defense Department officials announced today.

Mike Mullen: Afghan Insurgency Has Become More Pervasive - The insurgency in Afghanistan has become more pervasive, more sophisticated and more violent, said the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff here today.

UN Condemns Resumption Of Death Penalty In Iraq - The resumption of the death penalty in Iraq earlier this year is a source of great concern to the United Nations, according to the world body`s latest report covering the human rights situation in the country.

UN Chief Ban: Now Or Never For Climate Change - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon warned today that the world stood at the crossroads between a sustainable future and a path to catastrophe.

Military Leaders Struggle With High Suicide Rate - The rate of soldier suicides this year exceeded the 2008 total with 147 reports through November, marking the fifth consecutive year the service`s suicide rate has increased.

Robert Gates: US Role In Iraq Remains Critical - The U.S. military role remains critical to preserving gains made in Iraq and helping to prevent sectarian violence in the roll-up to Iraq`s national elections, Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates said.

UN: Climate Change Threatens Survival Of Himalayan Communities - Climate change is posing a serious threat to communities in the Hindu Kush-Himalayan region, bringing both drought and catastrophic floods to hundreds of millions of people.


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