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Security Council Expands Mandate Of UN Force In Côte d`Ivoire - The Security Council today expanded the mandate of the United Nations Operation in Côte d`Ivoire.

Security Council Renews Mandate Of UN Force In Golan Heights - The Security Council today agreed to renew the mandate of the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force its peacekeeping operation in the Golan Heights, for another six months.

Actor Jeremy Renner Visits Afghanistan - Actor Jeremy Renner has wrapped up a five-day visit to Afghanistan to highlight the real-life efforts of the United Nations to remove landmines from the war-scarred country.

Obama's Speech On Immigration Reform - Speaking to 24 American service members as they became citizens of our nation in April, the President was passionate about the need to pass Comprehensive Immigration Reform.

UN Chief Ban Concerned About Protecting Civilians In DR Congo - Ban Ki-moon has stressed that the world body`s main priority of protecting civilians will continue.

Afghan, Coalition Forces Repel Airport Attack - Afghan and International Security Assistance Force forces repelled a number of insurgents who attacked the airfield in Jalalabad, Afghanistan.

Labor Department Awards $5 Million to Aid Female Homeless Veterans - The Labor Department is awarding more than $5 million in grants to help homeless female veterans and veterans with families find jobs.

Army Works to Right Wrongs at Arlington - The Army is taking every measure possible to fix the problems at Arlington National Cemetery.

Senate Unanimously Confirms Petraeus - The Senate today unanimously confirmed Army Gen. David H. Petraeus to be commander of U.S. Forces Afghanistan.

Haiti President Sets Date For Presidential Election - Haitian President René Préval has set 28 November as the date for the people of the earthquake-devastated nation to vote for his successor, a move welcomed today by Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.

Mike Mullen Says U.S., NATO on Track in Afghanistan - Mike Mullen said yesterday that he returned from Afghanistan this week reassured that U.S. and NATO forces remain on track there.

Petraeus Calls Afghanistan a Test of Wills - Afghanistan is a test of wills, and the enemy has to know the United States and its allies have the will to prevail, Army Gen. David H. Petraeus said.

Mike Mullen Cites Importance of U.S.-Pakistan Ties - The United States is working hard to regain Pakistan`s trust after several years without a relationship, but it`s going to take time, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said yesterday.

Attack On UN Vehicle in Afghan Capital Leaves One Staff Member Ddead - The United Nations has confirmed that one of its vehicles was shot at this morning in the Afghan capital, Kabul, resulting in the death of one staff member.

UN Chief Ban Urges G20 Nations To Help The Poor - Ban Ki-moon today urged leaders of the Group of 20 (G20) industrialized and developing economies to take urgent steps to help the poor.

Gates, Mullen Comment on McChrystal Situation - Gates and Navy Adm. Mike Mullen, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, both said they fully support " Obama`s decision and his nomination of Army Gen. David H. Petraeus to replace McChrystal.

UN: Too Many Countries Still Practice Torture - Too many countries are still practising or tolerating cruel, degrading and illegal " acts of torture, top United Nations officials said today as they pledged the UN's solidarity with the millions of torture victims worldwide.

UN Chief Ban Urges Nations To Fight Drug Abuse - Drug abuse and illicit trafficking hold back achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and should be fought as part of an overall policy to wipe out social ills, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said today.

UN Opens New Courtroom To Try Pirate Suspects In Kenyan Port - The UN Office on Drugs and Crime and Kenya, the country currently holding the highest number of piracy suspects, today opened a new high-security courtroom to try suspects in the port town of Mombasa.

UN Chief Ban Condemns Plan To Demolish Homes In East Jerusalem - Ban Ki-moon has voiced deep concern at the news that the municipality of Jerusalem has advanced planning for the demolition of existing homes.


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