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UN: Measles Making A Comeback - Measles, a highly contagious viral disease mostly affecting children, has been making a rapid come back.

Obama Praises West Point Graduates - Obama praised the U.S. Military Academy`s Class of 2010 at its graduation and commissioning ceremonies today for choosing to serve their country during wartime at a pivotal time in its history.

Robert Gates Vows To Reform Defense Department - Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates today vowed to take the time necessary to reform the Defense Department and eliminate unnecessary overhead expenses.

Robert Gates: South Korea Must Determine Attack Response - It is up to South Korea, not the United States, to determine how it will deal with a North Korean attack on one of its ships, Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates said today.

UN Chief Ban Attends International Summit On Somalia - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon arrived today in Turkey to take part in a major international conference in Istanbul on bolstering the fragile peace process in Somalia.

UN Chief Ban Troubled By Sinking Of South Korean Navy Ship - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has voiced serious concern over the results of the investigation into the sinking of a navy ship off the coast of the Republic of Korea.

UN Chief Ban: Phone Use While Driving Kills - All drivers of United Nations vehicles are now prohibited from using their mobile telephones to send text messages while driving under a new measure unveiled today by Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.

Tajikistan: UN Appeals For Aid For Flood Victims - The UN called on the international community to support the Tajik Government`s appeal today for $5.3 million to provide relief and recovery aid to thousands of victims of deadly floods.

UN: Outbreak of Diphtheria In The Capital, Port-au-Prince - United Nations agencies are helping health authorities in Haiti carry out an emergency vaccination campaign after an outbreak of diphtheria in the capital, Port-au-Prince.

Mike Mullen Calls Nuke Treaty Ratification 'Right Thing to Do` - The new Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty with Russia is the right thing for us to do, " the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee today.

Gates, Clinton Urge Senate to Ratify Nuke Treaty - Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates today urged the Senate to ratify the pact between the United States and Russia.

UN: Employment Creation Key To Poverty Reduction In Africa - High unemployment rates continue to hinder poverty reduction efforts in Africa.

NATO Allies Increase Contributions In Afghanistan - The NATO allies are in Afghanistan for the long haul and have made both significant progress and significant commitments to the effort there, the alliance`s supreme allied commander for Europe said here today.

UN Condemns Deadly Kabul Attack - The top United Nations official in Afghanistan strongly condemned today`s deadly attack in the capital, Kabul, which claimed more than one dozen lives.

UN: Rapid Progress Is Vital In Peace Talks Between Israel And Palestinians - UN: rapid progress is vital in light of multiple challenges, including efforts by militants on both sides to derail the process.

UN Speaks Out Against Arizona Immigration Law - The UN expressed serious concern over a new immigration law enacted in Arizona, questioning whether the legislation is compatible with international human rights treaties which the US has signed on to.

UN Praises Election Recount Process In Iraq - The top United Nations envoy to Iraq today welcomed the proper conduct of the manual recount of votes cast in the country`s March parliamentary polls.

UN Chief Ban Ban Urges Use Of Digital Technology To Improve Living Conditions - Ban Ki-moon today urged the world to harness the power of telecommunications and information technologies to improve life-saving services, promote sustainable development and foster international peace.

UN Debates Ways To Fight Piracy - The United Nations General Assembly today held a day-long informal meeting on piracy.

UN: World Lags Far Behind On Sustainable Development Goals - Ban Ki-moon warning that the world is way behind schedule in setting its ecological house in order.


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