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UN Chief Ban: World Must Be Free Of Nuclear Weapons - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today called for further progress on the global disarmament agenda, stressing that getting rid of nuclear weapons is the best way to ensure security for all.

UN: We Must Defeat Malaria - The fight against malaria is integral to boosting women`s and children`s health.

Mike Mullen Horrified By Wikileaks Release - The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said he is appalled " by the breach of security represented by the Wikileaks case.

Khmer Rouge Official Found Guilty Of Atrocities By UN-backed Court - A United Nations-backed tribunal issued its first verdict today, finding the former head of a notorious detention camp guilty of war crimes and crimes against humanity.

Mike Mullen: Mission Unchanged in Afghanistan - The U.S. mission in Afghanistan has not changed, Navy Adm. Mike Mullen said.

UN Tells African Leaders To Make Maternal Health A Priority - Investing in maternal and child health results in outsized benefits.

UN Chief Ban Urges Dialogue To Resolve Colombia-Venezuela Tensions - Ban Ki-moon has called on Colombia and Venezuela to resolve their differences through dialogue after Venezuela reportedly broke off diplomatic ties with Colombia, which accused it of harbouring rebel groups.

UN To Probe Deadly Interception Of Gaza Flotilla - The UN announced the names of the three experts who will serve on a fact-finding mission to investigate Israel`s interception of a flotilla of aid ships bound for the Gaza Strip.

First Lady Christens Cutter, Praises Women in Service - First Lady Michelle Obama today became the first-ever presidential spouse to christen a new U.S. Coast Guard cutter during a ceremony held in Pascagoula, Miss.

Mike Mullen Seeks to Continue Good Relations With Indian Military - The military-to-military relationship between the United States and India has grown dramatically in the past 20 years, and the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff wants to keep the process on track.

Robert Gates Seeks Stronger Military Ties With Indonesia - Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates arrived here today for meetings intended to enhance defense ties between the United States and Indonesia.

UN: Kosovo's Declaration Of Independence Didn't Violate International Law - Kosovo`s unilateral declaration of independence from Serbia in February 2008 did not violate international law.

UN Chief Ban Underscores Need For Direct Israeli-Palestinian Talks - With efforts to move to serious negotiations between Israelis and Palestinians, the UN underlined the need for direct negotiations between the two sides.

UN Advocates Earlier HIV Testing And Treatment For Infants - The United Nations health agency today said that while access to treatment for children with HIV has reached a new milestone, many more lives could be saved if more infants started receiving medication earlier.

UN Concerned About Polio Outbreak In Angola - The UN is warning there is a high risk that a recent outbreak of polio in Angola could spread to neighbouring countries.

UN Chief Ban Urges Full Support For Afghan Peace - Ban Ki-moon today voiced support for the priorities laid out by the Afghan Government to advance peace and development.

U.S.-Korean Defense Leaders Announce Exercise Invincible Spirit - The United States and South Korea today announced a series of military exercises designed to send a strong, clear message to North Korea to stop its provocative and warlike acts

Gates Plans Demilitarized Zone Visit as Gesture of Solidarity - Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates will visit Korea`s demilitarized zone tomorrow in a demonstration of U.S.-South Korean solidarity.

Nepal: UN Urges Respect For Freedoms Of Lawyers - The United Nations human rights representative in Nepal today underscored the importance of respecting the professional freedoms of lawyers and human rights defenders.

UN Chief Ban: More Must Be Done To Fight Poverty - Ban Ki-moon today underscored the vital role played by the group of current and former political leaders, businesspeople and thinkers he set up last month to spur action on the Millennium Development Goals.


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