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Joe Biden Meets Karzai, Visits Troops in Afghanistan - Vice President Joe Biden today spoke with Afghan national and local leaders as he continued what White House officials described as a visit to assess progress and reinforce the U.S. commitment to Afghanistan.

Huge Challenges Remain For Haitian Quake Recovery - In a statement issued by his spokesman, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon noted that the UN and international response to a disaster of unparalleled magnitude " was one of the largest ever mounted.

UN Officials Visit Polling Centers In South Sudan - The independence referendum in South Sudan, which could split Africa`s largest country in two and produce the United Nations` 193rd Member State, has got off to a good start with officials successfully handling a large initial turnout

Ban Warns: Horn of Africa Could Become New Launch Pad For Global Terrorism - Ban Ki-moon is calling on the international community to provide urgent military support to Somalia to stop foreign fighters " turning the region into the next stronghold of international terrorism.

UN Urges DR Congo To Probe Allegations Of Mass Rapes - The UN today called on the authorities of the Democratic Republic of the Congo to immediately investigate reports of a large number of rapes.

Robert Gates Praises Wounded Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords - Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates praised Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz.) for her support of the military and expressed his wish for her full recovery.

Robert Gates Pursues Strategic Dialogue with China - Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates is traveling to China, where he will seek to expand and deepen the military-to-military relationship between the U.S. and the Asian nation.

Year After Quake, Thousands Of Haitian Children Still Suffering - One year after a devastating earthquake struck Haiti, more than 1 million people " 380,000 of them children " still live in crowded camps.

UN Condemns Widespread Attacks On Religious Minorities - The top United Nations human rights official today condemned the recent attacks on religious groups in various countries,

UN Backs Efforts Against Gender-based Violence In Southern Africa - The UN said today that it has launched a handbook and a training curriculum to improve the capacity of national police forces in the region to combat the problem.

Afghan, Coalition Forces Kill, Detain Insurgents - Afghan and coalition forces killed numerous insurgents and detained several others in operations yesterday throughout Afghanistan, military officials reported.

Mike Mullen: Leadership Key to Nation`s, Military`s Future - Navy Adm. Mike Mullen told Fareed Zakaria on the GPS " program that America`s toughest problems are solved by great leaders.

UN Chief Ban Condemns Church Bombing In Egypt - Ban Ki-moon has strongly condemned the bomb attack that killed 21 people and wounded 70 others at the al-Qiddissin Coptic Church in Alexandria, Egypt, on New Year`s Eve.

UN Hails New Law On Rights For Indigenous Children In Republic Of Congo - UNICEF hailed a new law granting children in the Republic of Congo belonging to indigenous populations a legal basis to access health, education and protection.

UN: Millions Of Pakistanis Still In Need Of Assistance - Millions of Pakistanis are still in need of assistance as they recover from the floods that inundated large portions of the country.

UN: Nepalese Peace Process At Crossroads - The peace process in Nepal is at a crossroads as the United Nations winds up its mission there.

UN Concerned About Cholera Epidemic In Haiti - The UN is calling for massive mobilization activities " in Haiti to promote prevention and early treatment in the cholera epidemic.

UN: Child Nutrition Situation In Niger Remains Alarming - Although humanitarian aid to Niger has saved the lives of tens of thousands of ill-fed children, the nutritional situation remains alarming.

Crowd Attacks UN Peacekeepers In Abidjan - A large crowd today attacked a three-vehicle convoy of the United Nations peacekeeping force in Côte d`Ivoire in the commercial capital of Abidjan.

UN Launches Online Game To Educate Youth About HIV/AIDS - A new video game being launched by the United Nations aims to provide young people with accurate and reliable information about HIV prevention.

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