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UN: Congo Rebel Leader Abandons Armed Group - The UN peacekeeping force in the Congo reported that a senior member of one of the armed groups has turned himself in under the demobilisation programme run by the mission.

President Obama on Deficits and Corporate Tax Reform - Obama traveled to Parkville Middle School and Center for Technology to unveil his budget proposal for 2012.

UN Plans To Send Mission To Egypt After Transition - The UN plans to send a team of officials to Egypt.

Robert Gates Tells Congress Funding Cuts Would Cause Crisis - The Defense Department would face a crisis if it`s forced to continue operating under a continuing resolution, Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates told Congress today.

Robert Gates, Mike Mullen Support Force Reduction Plans - Reductions in end strength for the Army and Marine Corps beginning in 2015 will be conditions-based, and can be tailored if required when the time comes to implement them, defense leaders told Congress today.

UN Tells Bahrain: Stop Using Excessive Force Against Protesters - The UN has voiced alarm at the excessive use of force by authorities in Bahrain.

UN Steps Up Aid To Uprooted Ivorians - he United Nations refugee agency has begun setting up a new camp for internally displaced persons in western Côte d`Ivoire.

UN: Pneumonia Leading Cause Of Child Deaths Worldwide - Hundreds of infants in Kenya received their first shots against pneumococcal disease today at a special United Nations-backed event.

UN Reaffirms Support For Lebanon Tribunal - Ban Ki-moon today marked the 6th anniversary of the murder of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri.

Security Council Discusses Poverty As Root Of Conflict - The Security Council held a day-long, high-level debate on the root causes that fuel conflict in the world, like poverty and under-development.

Intelligence Chief Says al-Qaida Still Greatest Threat - Terrorism specifically al-Qaida remains the greatest threat to the United States, the director of national intelligence said.

UN: Human Rights Must Not Be Cast Aside Amid Middle East Politics - International human rights and humanitarian law is constantly being cast aside amid Middle East politics.

UN Chief Urges Peaceful Transition After Mubarak Resignation - Ban Ki-moon today called again for a transparent, orderly and peaceful transition in Egypt.

UN Condemns The Murder Of Egyptian Journalist - The UN ondemned the recent murder of Egyptian journalist Ahmed Mohammed Mahmoud.

Forces Kill, Detain Insurgents in Afghanistan - Afghan and coalition forces killed several insurgents yesterday with a precision airstrike and mortar fire in Kunar province`s Darah-ye Pech district.

Egypt's Key Role In Middle East Peace Must Be Preserved In Any Transition - Egypt under President Hosni Mubarak has played a key role in seeking peace between Israel and the Palestinians and this role must be preserved in any transition stemming from the current mass protests, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said today.

NATO Making Steady Progress In Afghanistan - The NATO-led International Security Assistance Force`s combined team north " has in the last 11 months transformed conditions for the Afghan people living in the northern part of the country along the Uzbekistan and Tajikistan borders.

Mike Mullen: Building Resilience Must Start at Basic Training - Leadership that builds resilience in service members and their families starting with the first day of basic training is essential to the U.S. military`s future, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said.

UN: Floods In Africa Could Lead To Food Shortages - Heavy rainfall and flooding in of southern Africa have damaged large areas of farmland and crops, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization said today.

UN Marks World Cancer Day - Two and half hours of moderate physical activity a week can reduce the risk of breast and colon cancers.

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