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Iraqis Mourn After Horrifying Bombings - Terrorist bombings that struck Baghdad yesterday demonstrate the security challenges that exist there, a senior Defense Department official said here today.

Charity Provides 30 Million Mosquito Nets To Nigeria - The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, in its largest-ever malaria initiative, will provide 30 million long-lasting treated mosquito nets to Nigeria.

UN Concerned Over Conditions In Iraqi Camp Housing Iranian Dissidents - The top United Nations envoy to Iraq has expressed his concerns over the humanitarian situation in a camp north of Baghdad, housing thousands of Iranian dissidents.

UN Warns Against Fraud In Second Round Of Afghan Elections - The United Nations said it wants to see a better and cleaner " election in the 7 November run-off.

Michelle Obama Highlights Breast Cancer Awareness - Friday afternoon in the Jacqueline Kennedy Garden, First Lady Michelle Obama donned pink to honor the millions of women and families affected by breast cancer.

UN Chief Ban Urges Hamid Karzai To Respect Constitutional Process - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and Afghan President Hamid Karzai today discussed the latest developments concerning the recent elections.

John Brennan's Thoughts On Cybersecurity - John Brennan is Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism.

Airman Honored For Heroic Actions - A Charleston Air Force Base technical sergeant was honored Oct. 15 for his heroism and bravery while suffering from injuries sustained during a patrol on his seventh deployment to the Middle East.

ICC Opens Hearing On War Crimes Charges Against Darfurian Rebel - The International Criminal Court began a hearing into whether to confirm war crimes charges against a rebel leader.

UN Condemns Attacks On Civilians In Congo - Night-time attacks on civilians and rape by armed men remain widespread in the Congo.

UN: Chadian-Sudanese Tensions Halting Peace Efforts - Continuing tensions between Chad and Sudan have stalled regional peace efforts.

UN Chief Ban Praises Release Of Darfur Captives - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon welcomed the release of two female aid workers who were abducted in Darfur three months ago.

Mike Mullen Asks Celebs To Keep Supporting Troops - Despite waning American support for the war, Mullen urged the gathering of celebrity journalists and politicians to stand by the troops.

Robert Gates Receives Marshall Foundation Award - Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates accepted the prestigious Marshall Foundation Award today, calling George C. Marshall his hero and inspiration as defense secretary.

Robert Gates Asks Countries For More Afghanistan Support - Robert M. Gates travels this week to Japan and South Korea, he`s expected to ensure the issue of support for Afghanistan remains solidly on front burner.

UN: Latest Military Offensive In Pakistan Could Displace 170,000 - Government estimates that over 100,000 people have already been displaced by the latest military offensive against militants and the number could rise even further.

UN Chief Condemns Terrorist Attack In Iran - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has strongly condemned yesterday`s deadly terrorist attacks in Iran which killed dozens of people.

UN Condemns Human Trafficking - Trafficking in persons is an under-detected crime in Europe, according to a new UN report, which calls for better information sharing and monitoring to combat this scourge.

Remarks By Obama On The Recovery Act - President Obama delivers a speech in Virginia on the Recovery Act.

Shrinking Lake Chad Could Trigger Humanitarian Disaster - Lake Chad, once one of the world`s largest water bodies, could disappear in 20 years due to climate change.


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