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Troops Making Progress Against Insurgents In Afghanistan - Army Maj. Gen. John F. Campbell makes no bones of the fact that his job as the commander Regional Command East is the most challenging problem he ever has confronted.

Mike Mullen Cites Pakistani Cooperation in Afghanistan - Cooperation between U.S. and Pakistani soldiers on both sides of the Afghanistan-Pakistan border is better than it has ever been, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said

UN Uses Social Media To Enable Donations To Feed Hungry Children - In an effort to encourage individuals to help feed hungry children across the world, the UN World Food Programme has created a social media platform through which people can share their favourite meals by making donations to the agency.

UN Chief Ban To Visit Chernobyl - The recent power plant accident in Japan, like the Chernobyl disaster 25 years ago, calls for deep reflection " on the future of nuclear energy, Ban Ki-moon said.

UN And Libya Reach Agreement On Humanitarian Presence In Tripoli - United Nations envoys visiting Libya have reached an agreement with the authorities on setting up a humanitarian presence in the capital.

Iraq: UN Mission Voices Concern At Recent Camp Deaths - The United Nations mission in Iraq today voiced its deep concern at the recent events that led to the deaths of 34 people at a camp housing Iranian exiles.

Robert Gates: America Must Balance Idealism, Realism - Since the beginning of the republic, the United States has had to balance its idealistic impulses with realism, and that remains true today, Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates said.

Ban Deplores Murder of Kidnapped Italian in Gaza - Ban Ki-moon today condemned the murder of Vittorio Arrigoni, an Italian national who was abducted in the Gaza Strip.

UN Urges Syria To End Crackdown - The UN denounced the rising death toll and brutal crackdown on peaceful protesters, journalists and human rights defenders in Syria.

Michelle Obama Urges Military Family Support - The national initiative calls on all sectors of society -- from citizens and communities, to businesses and nonprofit groups -- to honor and support military families.

UN War Crimes Tribunal Convicts Two Former Croatian Generals - Two former top Croatian generals were today convicted and sentenced to lengthy jail terms by a United Nations war crimes tribunal.

Libya: UN Calls For Concerted Efforts To Address "Grave` Humanitarian Crisis - While swift and decisive global action saved thousands of lives in Libya, the humanitarian situation is deteriorating and requires concerted efforts by the United Nations and the international community.

General Assembly Should Be Main Forum For Global Debate, Says President - As Member States continue their discussions on ways to revitalize the work of the General Assembly, its President encouraged them to make the body a powerful instrument in the service of the global community.

UN Study Explores Ways To Effectively Deliver Aid In Risky Situations - Today, humanitarian workers are in some of the most volatile and insecure environments in the world, " said Valerie Amos, the UN Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs as her office released a UN-commissioned independent study on risks facing relief workers entitled To Stay and Deliver.

Ban Underscores Importance Of United Global Action On Libya - Ban Ki-moon today stressed the vital need for united global action to tackle the ongoing crisis in Libya

UN Report Assesses Progress On Palestinian State-Building Efforts - A new United Nations report highlights progress made by the Palestinian Authority in building institutions necessary for a functioning State.

UN Calls For Constructive Internal Dialogue On Future Of Somalia - The UN urged the country`s leaders to engage in dialogue that will lead to peace, national unity and stability in Somalia, as a UN-backed consultative meeting to prepare for a new political dispensation opened in Kenya.

Syria: Ban Voices Concern After Deadly Clashes - Ban Ki-moon has voiced concern after the latest outbreak of violence in Syria, where it is reported that both protesters and security personnel were killed during demonstrations in the southern city of Deraa.

UN Announces Plan To Remove Children From Armed Conflict - The UN and a political movement in the Philippines agreed to develop an action plan to ensure that no children are among the ranks of the military group known as the New People`s Army.

UN: Fighting in Somalia Displaces 33,000 People - Fighting in southern and central Somalia between Government forces and Al-Shabaab militants has displaced about 33,000 people in the past six weeks.


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