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UN Authorizes Use Of Force Against Libya - Ban Ki-moon has welcomed the Security Council`s historic decision to authorize the use all necessary measures " to protect civilians in Libya.

UN: Japanese Nuclear Crisis Very Serious - The head of the UN agency that coordinates global nuclear safety announced he will make a flying visit to the country to see what further help he can offer.

US Military Helping With Relief Efforts In Japan - Fourteen U.S. Navy ships and their aircraft and 17,000 sailors and Marines are now involved in the in humanitarian assistance and disaster relief efforts in Japan

UN Demands Freedom For Jailed Journalists In Turkey - The UN called on Turkey to guarantee freedom of opinion, voicing serious concerns at the recent imprisonment of journalists.

UN Helping Quake Victims In Japan - A United Nations disaster team has arrived in Japan.

Obama: U.S. Continues Pressure on Gadhafi - The United States will continue to apply pressure on Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi and has not taken any options off the table, President Barack Obama said here today.

Robert Gates Pledges U.S. Help for Japan - The US is prepared to help Japan deal with the aftermath of the massive earthquake and tsunami that struck today in any way we possibly can, " Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates said in Bahrain.

Robert Gates Calls for Mideast Reform - Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates said while Bahrain`s rulers are serious about coming to terms with the opposition, governments across the region must understand that reforms must come, and quickly.

President Obama Receives Briefing on the Earthquake in Japan - Obama Receives Briefing on the Earthquake in Japan and the Tsunami Preparedness and Response Actions in the United States.

Obama Offers Condolences To People Of Japan Following Earthquake - President Obama wasted no time in offering his condolences and America's assistance to the people of Japan

US Military Gears Up to Help Japan After Earthquake And Tsunami - U.S. forces are swinging into action to assist Japan in the wake of a magnitude 8.9 earthquake that struck early this morning.

UN: Decline In Bees A Disaster For Humankind - The potentially disastrous decline in bees, a vital pollinating element in food production for the growing global population, is likely to continue unless humans profoundly change their ways.

UN Pledges Assistance After Deadly Quake and Tsunami Strike Japan - Ban Ki-moon expressed deep sorrow today and offered the full support of the United Nations after a massive earthquake and subsequent tsunami struck Japan.

UN Condemns Israeli Demolition of Palestinian Homes - An independent United Nations expert has called on Israel to stop illegally demolishing Palestinian homes in the West Bank.

UN Condemns Murder Of Iraqi Journalist - The United Nations agency tasked with defending press freedom today condemned the murder of an Iraqi journalist who was well known for articles exposing corruption in his country.

UN Condemns Violence Against Journalists By Libyan Forces - The top United Nations human rights official today condemned the detention and possible torture of three journalists working for the British Broadcasting Corporation by Libyan security forces.

Tanzania Receives $90 Million UN Loan - The United Nations fund tasked with combating rural poverty has extended a $90 million loan to Tanzania.

UN Urges Better Protection For Afghan Civilians - Ordinary Afghans continue to bear the brunt of the ongoing conflict in the country, says a United Nations report.

UN Condemns Violence Against Migrants In Lybia - The UN voiced alarm at accounts of violence in Libya against sub-Saharan Africans.

UN Calls For Access To Areas Of Libya Affected By Violence - Ban Ki-moon and the United Nations humanitarian chief on Sunday called for urgent and unimpeded access to areas of Libya affected by violence


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