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UN: Serious Rights Abuses In Gaza - The top UN human rights official has called for a credible, independent and transparent " investigation of all alleged rights violations during Israel`s military operations in Gaza eight months ago.

Obama's Remarks At The Medal Of Freedom Ceremony - President Obama hands out Presidential Medal of Freedom awards.

Media Outlets In Venezuela Lose Licenses - The UN has voiced deep concern today over a recent order to revoke the licences of 34 radio and television broadcasters in Venezuela.

Patience Needed To Beat Taliban - The struggle against the Taliban and their al-Qaida allies will be long and hard, with good and bad days, good and bad months, and the tragedy of civilian and coalition casualties.

UN Calls For Release Of Aung San Suu Kyi - The UN human rights chief called for the immediate and unconditional release of Myanmar pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi.

Obama Hosts A Town Hall Meeting To Discuss Health Care Reform - The President hosted a town hall in Portsmouth, New Hampshire on health insurance reform.

Obama Admin. Prepares For H1N1 - White House prepares for H1N1.

Mike Mullen Describes Complex Problems Facing The World - The challenges facing the world today are the most daunting and complex in his lifetime, Mullen told a student leadership group.

UN: We Must Protect Indigenous People - The world`s 370 million indigenous people remain among the most vulnerable members of our societies.

Bill Clinton To Lead Trade Mission To Haiti In October - Former United States president Bill Clinton plans to lead a trade mission to Haiti in October.

UN Chief Ban: Power Sharing Agreement Reached In Madagascar - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon welcomed the power-sharing agreement reached in Madagascar.

Key To Success In Afghanistan: Ramping Up Numbers Of Afghan Soldiers - Ramping up the numbers of Afghan soldiers and police is part of President Barack Obama`s multi-pronged Afghanistan-Pakistan strategy.

American Soldiers Pursue Terrorists Linked To Drug Trade - U.S. forces are going after terrorists who feed off the drug trade in Afghanistan.

Obama Meets With Leaders Of Mexico And Canada - Continuing his efforts to strengthen partnerships with North American leaders, the President has been in Guadalajara, Mexico the past two days at the North American Leaders Summit.

Over 750,000 Uprooted Pakistanis Return Home - Out of the more than 2 million people uprooted by clashes between Governments and militants in north-western Pakistan, some 765,000 have now returned to their homes.

Obama: Health Care Reform Key To Stronger Economy - In his weekly address President Obama talks about health care reform.

UN: Rape Used As A Weapon In African Wars - UN Chief Ban warned that rape is being used as a weapon of war with the same efficient brutality as a gun or a grenade.

UN Chief Ban: We Must Strive For Nuclear-Free World - It is possible to rid the world of nuclear weapons, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon told a gathering in the Japanese city of Nagasaki.

Remarks By Obama On Confirmation Of Judge Sonia Sotomayor - President Obama is thrilled with the confirmation of Sotomayor.

UN: Elections Pose Major Challenge For Sudan - Local election authorities in the Sudan face a complex challenge in holding the conflict-ridden country`s first multi-party polls in decades.

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