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578 Million Africans Protected By Anti-Malaria Nets, UN Reports - A massive scale-up in malaria control programmes between 2008 and 2010 has resulted in the provision of enough insecticide-treated mosquito nets to protect more than 578 million people at risk in sub-Saharan Africa.

Gates, Israeli Defense Minister Discuss Iran, Regional Security - Robert M. Gates and Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak met at the Pentagon to continue discussions on a range of bilateral and regional security issues, including the Iranian threat.

Navy Takes to the Air to Beat Army, 31-17 - Navy quarterback Ricky Dobbs threw for 186 yards against an anemic Army pass defense as the Midshipmen beat the Black Knights, 31-17, at the Army-Navy football game.

Robert Gates Brings Deployed Soldiers Home for Leave - Gates was returning from visits to Oman, Afghanistan and the United Arab Emirates.

Pentagon Talks Advance U.S.-China Military Ties - The Pentagon`s policy chief believes the Defense Consultative Talks between the U.S. and China here today moved the ball forward in fostering Chinese candor and transparency.

Mike Mullen Salutes Servicemembers at Army-Navy Game - Attending this year`s Army-Navy football game at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia today, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff praised the contributions of U.S. military members serving around the globe.

UN Calls For End To Violence In Haiti - he Security Council today called on all sides in Haiti to refrain from further violence in the dispute over preliminary results from last month`s first round of presidential and legislative elections.

UN Praises Climate Change Deal Reached At Cancún - The UN climate change talks in Cancún have concluded with a package of decisions to help countries advance towards a low-emissions future.

UN Celebrates Human Rights Day - The United Nations markedHuman Rights Day today by shining the spotlight on the hundreds of thousands of largely unsung heroes, " the human rights defenders who risk dismissal, harassment, torture, jail and even death for their activities.

UN Chief Ban: Prevention Of Genocide A Global Responsibility - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today stressed that the prevention of genocide is a global responsibility, stating that when States fail to protect their populations, the international community must step in and act.

Ban Ki-Moon Appeals For End To Violence In Haiti - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today appealed for an end to violence in Haiti following the announcement of preliminary election results in a country that has already been ravaged this year by a devastating earthquake and a raging cholera epidemic.

UN: Glacier Shrinking A Global Concern - The UN environment chief is calling for the urgent development of adaptation strategies ranging from urban planning to improved water storage in the face of intensified rain fall and glacier shrinkage.

Robert Gates Praises USS Lincoln`s Crew for War Contributions - Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates today praised the crew of the USS Abraham Lincoln for its support of the war effort in Afghanistan.

UN Chief Ban Makes Plea For Global Agreement On Climate Change - Ban Ki-moon today made an impassioned plea for agreement at the United Nations climate change conference in Cancún.

Petraeus: Forces in Afghanistan Continue to Push Enemy - Afghan and coalition forces are continuing to make and solidify gains while pushing out the enemy and retaining control of key districts in hotly contested provinces, the commander of NATO forces in Afghanistan said.

Robert Gates Visits Afghanistan Bases - Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates arrived in Afghanistan today for troop visits and meetings with key U.S. leaders and Afghan President Hamid Karzai.

Mike Mullen to Visit Seoul to Consult, Reassure Allies - The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff will fly to South Korea tonight for high-level consultations with defense officials there.

New Vaccine Set To Wipe Out Deadly Meningitis In Africa " UN - Burkina Faso today became the first country to begin a nationwide campaign to introduce a new vaccine that promises to rid the entire region of the primary cause of epidemic meningitis, the United Nations health agency announced.

Robert Gates Meets With Leaders in Oman, Plans Carrier Visit - Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates arrived here to meet with the country`s monarch, Sultan Qaboos bin Said Al Said.

Obama: Servicemembers Prove America`s Best Days Lie Ahead - The bravery, resolve, expertise and commitment of American servicemembers proves that America`s best days lie ahead, President Barack Obama said at Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan today.

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