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UN-Backed Tsunami Warning System Passes First Test - The first test of the communication network of the United Nations-backed tsunami early warning system for the North-eastern Atlantic and the Mediterranean was carried out successfully.

Obama Honors Fallen Muslim-American Soldier - Obama paid tribute to a fallen soldier during an iftar dinner at the White House last night as an example of contributions Muslim-Americans have made to America`s diversity and freedoms.

UN: Aid Workers Must Have Safe Passage To Those In Need In Somalia - The United Nations relief chief visited the capital of Somalia today, stressing that aid workers must have safe passage to those in need.

UN Voices Concern Over Reports Of Rape Of Women Fleeing Somalia - The UN voiced concern over reports that women and girls fleeing famine in Somalia were being raped.

UN Chief Ban Marks International Youth Day - The United Nations marked International Youth Day today under the slogan "Change Our World.

UN Sponsors Writing Contest To Save Forests - Two teenagers` powerful pleas from the imagined standpoint of a tree to save the world`s forests beat out two million competitors to win gold medals today in the United Nations International Letter-Writing Competition for Young People.

UN Chief Ban: Sustainable Developement Top Priority For Second Term - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said today that sustainable development will remain his top priority during his second term as the head of the United Nations.

UN: Cholera A Big Danger In Somalia - United Nations agencies are stepping up efforts to respond to a cholera epidemic among the displaced Somalis.

Heads Of UN Bodies Discuss Reform - General Assembly President Joseph Deiss has met with the heads of the Security Council and the Economic and Social Council to discuss increased cooperation.

Obama Pays Respects To Soldiers Killed In Helicopter Crash In Afghanistan - Obama paid his respects at Dover Air Force Base in Delaware during the dignified transfer of remains of service members killed in an Aug. 6 helicopter crash in Afghanistan.

Soccer Stars Encourage Children at UN-organized Event In Texas - Striker David Villa and midfielder Thiago Alcántara, who were accompanied by Ramon Pont, the FC Barcelona Vice President, participated in the UNICEF-hosted event in Dallas.

UN-Backed Plan Enables Colombian Indigenous Groups To Sell Crafts - Sixty indigenous families in Colombia are selling handicrafts in the capital, Bogotá, to cater to an influx of fans attending the ongoing youth soccer World Cup tournament.

UN Mourns Loss Of Former General Assembly President Harri Holkeri - Top United Nations officials have expressed their condolences to the family of the former Finnish prime minister, Harri Holkeri, who also served as President of the 55th session of the General Assembly.

UN Combats Famine In Horn Of Africa - The United Nations is moving on two fronts to counter the worsening food crisis in the Horn of Africa.

UN Chief Ban Brings Message Of Hope To Japan - Ban Ki-moon brought a message of international solidarity to parts of eastern Japan still reeling from the effects of the 'triple disasters' triggered by the tsunami, earthquake and nuclear accident.

UN Urges Appreciation Of Indigenous Culture - Ban Ki-moon today urged the world to recognize the right of indigenous peoples to control their intellectual property.

UN Chief Ban: World Must Prevent Genocide - The steps announced by Obama to strengthen his Government`s capacity to help prevent genocide and other mass atrocities are promising " initiatives, said Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.

UN: Human Rights In Iraq Fragile - Armed violence continues to affect large numbers of Iraqis, with minorities, women and children suffering disproportionately.

UN Encourages Haitians To Reach Consensus On New Government - The UN has encouraged all political actors in Haiti to search for a consensus.

UN Declares Famine In Three Areas Of Somalia - The United Nations today declared a famine in three more areas in drought-ravaged Somalia.


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