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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.

Obama Talks Up Wall Street Reform - In his weekly address, President Barack Obama discussed how reforming Wall Street will strengthen Main Street.

Mike Mullen Appeals to Philanthropists to Assist Veterans - The military`s top officer yesterday turned to American`s philanthropic community to help military veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan avoid the devastation of substance abuse, mental illness and homelessness.

Robert Gates Calls on Graduates to Live Lives of Service - Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates spoke of the satisfaction of a life of service during graduation exercises at Morehouse College in Atlanta this morning.

Generals Stress Need to Share Information - As U.S. forces increasingly work as part of multinational coalitions, they are part of a cultural shift toward more information sharing and working more closely with allied troops.

McChrystal: Afghan Perceptions Key to Success - Changing the perceptions of the Afghan people about the coalition, their own government and the Taliban will be key to success in that nation.

Karzai Thanks Fort Campbell Soldiers, Families - Afghan President Hamid Karzai brought a message of thanks to soldiers and their families here today, as the 101st Airborne Division continues to deploy to his country.

UN Condemns Violence In Kyrgyzstan - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has issued a call for calm and restraint as reports of violence and loss of life emerge from Kyrgyzstan.

UN Chief Ban Urges Support For Migrant Families - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today urged governments to implement policies that help migrants adapt and prosper in their host countries.

UN Chief Ban Voices Concern Over Violence In Thailand - Ban Ki-moon today voiced growing concern at mounting violence in Thailand between anti-Government protesters and the authorities, and called on all sides to resume talks and avoid further loss of life.

UN Provides Aid To Flood Victims In Afghanistan - The United Nations is helping Afghanistan rush in emergency food and non-food aid for thousands of people hit by floods earlier this month, particularly in the three worst-affected western provinces.

Obama, Karzai Reaffirm Goals, U.S.-Afghan Partnership - President Barack Obama and Afghan President Hamid Karzai today reaffirmed the shared U.S. and Afghan goals to defeat al-Qaida and to establish good governance and a growing economy in Afghanistan.

UN: Human Rights Activists In Mexico Under Increasing Threat - Human rights defenders in Mexico are under increasing threat, a group of independent United Nations experts cautioned today.

UN Still Hard At Work In Haiti - As Haiti continues to recover from January`s catastrophic earthquake, the head of the United Nations World Food Programme announced an increase in cash- and food-for-work programmes for the country.

UN Chief Ban Visits Canada - Ban Ki-moon today stressed the importance of the relationship between the United Nations and Canada.

UN Seeks $18 Million For Mongolia - The UN requested more than $18 million to assist nearly 800,000 people in Mongolia who are suffering from the combined effects of a long, severe winter and a preceding harsh summer drought.


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