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China a Rising Threat to National Security - China is building up its military in ways that threaten U.S. and allied interests in the Western Pacific and in the South China Sea in particular, the deputy undersecretary of defense for acquisition and sustainment said today.

In South Sudan Mothers Teaching Daughters How to Survive Rape - Sexual attacks in South Sudan are so common that mothers now teach their daughters how to survive the ordeal of being raped, in such a way as to minimize the violence.

$718.3 Billion Defense Budget Request Focuses on Threats - At $718.3 billion, the fiscal year 2020 defense budget request announced at the Pentagon today by defense officials is an increase from last years $685 billion approved budget.

OMB Acting Director Russ Vought: Spending Addiction Threatens American Economic Resurgence - Over the past two years, President Trump has unleashed the American economy through his taxpayer-first, pro-growth policies.

UN Mourns UN Workers Who Died in Ethiopia Crash - United Nations flags flew at half-mast around the world on Monday to honour the more than 150 people killed in Sundays Ethiopian Airlines crash, including at least 21 UN workers.

NATO Continues to Strengthen in Response to Great Power Competition - NATO marks 70 years of existence next month and alliance members continue the mission of ensuring the organization is relevant and agile in a new era, Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said in Poland over the weekend.

Sexual Assault Reports Up at Service Academies - It's "gravely concerning" that results of the most recent survey of the military service academies show another increase in sexual assault reports, the executive director of the Defense Departments Office of Force Resiliency told lawmakers March 7 at a hearing of the Senate Armed Services Committees personnel subcommittee.

Military Leaders Pledge Reforms to Address Substandard Military Housing - The civilian and military leaders of the Air Force, Navy and Army attempted March 8 to convince skeptical senators that they are working aggressively - and effectively - to correct poorly maintained military housing that has left some homes coated in mold, infested with rodents and with other problems affecting health and safety.

'Captain Marvel' Embodies the Warrior Ethos - Less than one percent of the American population will know what its like to serve in the Air Force. However, major motion pictures give the global audience a glimpse into the services history of breaking barriers and a taste of its fighting spirit.

UN Condemns Attack on Ebola Clinic in Congo - Amidst a deadly Ebola outbreak, on Saturday morning armed groups brutally attacked an Ebola treatment centre in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

UN: Women Still Struggle to Find a Job - Womens job opportunities have barely improved since the early 1990s, UN labour experts said on Thursday, warning that female workers are still penalized for having children and looking after them.

UN Human Rights Group Headed to Venezuela - A United Nations human rights team is to begin an official visit to Venezuela on Monday at the invitation of the Government, potentially paving the way for an official mission to Caracas by the UN top rights official, Michelle Bachelet.

Peace Deal Holds in South Sudan - UN-backed South Sudan peace agreement is holding and has led to positive change.

Rebuilding Yemen - The ongoing conflict in Yemen has had a devastating impact on the Gulf country and while UN agencies continue to meet the immediate humanitarian needs of the Yemeni people, at least one UN agency has already begun planning for a future without war.

UN Marks International Women's Day - Under the theme "Think Equal, Build Smart, Innovate for Change," the United Nations hosted its flagship event celebrating International Womens Day on Friday to recognize unsung women from across the world, and encourage innovation to transform lives.

Solve Puzzles Like a Space Explorer on Pi Day - NASAs Jet Propulsion Laboratory is celebrating Pi Day with a set of illustrated planetary puzzlers that will test your skill as a rocket scientist.

Security Council Discusses Chemical Weapons Use in Syria - The UN Security Council met behind closed doors on Wednesday, to discuss the latest findings of the global chemical weapons watchdog in Syria, which concluded that there were "reasonable grounds" that a chemical attack took place during the crucial battle for control of Eastern Ghouta, last April.

Millions of North Koreans in Desperate Need of Food - The UN is calling for some $120 million to provide life-saving humanitarian aid, desperately needed by 3.8 million North Koreans, as it releases its 2019 Needs and Priorities Plan for the country.

UN: Education an Impossible Dream for Many Refugees - The older refugee and migrant children get, the less likely it is that they will get a quality education: less than a quarter of the worlds refugees make it to secondary school, and just one per cent progress to higher education. Even for migrants who settle in wealthy, developed host countries, accessing university is an uphill struggle.

Recreational Cannabis Poses Significant Health Challenges to Youth - The UN-backed International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) warned on Tuesday that poorly regulated medical cannabis programmes could step-up the "recreational" use of the drug while diminishing public concern over its harmful effects.

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