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UN Appeals For More Aid For Uprooted Pakistanis - The top UN refugee official issued a call for a massive surge in international assistance to help the 800,000 Pakistanis recently displaced by clashes between Government forces and militants.

Gates: Success In Afghanistan Depends On Pakistan - Without success on the Pakistan side of the border, efforts to rid both it and Afghanistan of the Taliban will be significantly harder, Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates said.

Myanmar's Most Famous Prisoner Moved To Insein Prison - Ban Ki-moon is gravely concerned " that detained pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi, who has been under house arrest for years, has been moved to Myanmar`s Insein Prison.

UN Partners With Filmmakers To Give Voice To Oppressed Women - Women around the world suffering violence remain silent and invisible, Ban told the opening of an international documentary filmmakers` forum.

Hug A Soldier: It's Military Appreciation Month - May is military appreciation month, show a soldier how much you appreciate him/her.

Ban And Pakistani President Discuss Growing Crisis In Pakistan - Mr. Ban voiced the UN`s concern for the protection of civilians and the grave problems being experienced by ordinary people as a result of recent developments.

Military Identifies Soldier Charged With Killing Comrades At Camp Liberty - Military officials in Baghdad today identified a soldier who has been charged with shooting and killing five of his comrades yesterday at a combat stress center at Camp Liberty, Iraq

Obama Names Adm. Stavridis To Serve As NATO's Supreme Commander For Europe - President Barack Obama today nominated Navy Adm. James Stavridis to serve as NATO`s supreme allied commander for Europe and as commander U.S. European Command

US Elected To UN Human Rights Council - The General Assembly elected 18 countries to serve on UN Human Rights Council for three-year terms starting next month, including for the first time the US.

Taliban Forced Civilians To Remain In Targeted Buildings - Taliban operatives appear to have forced civilians to remain in buildings that were bombed in the course of a long May 4 firefight, the commander of U.S. Central Command said today.

Petraeus: Pakistani Leaders Unite Against Taliban And al Qaeda - Pakistani leadership is united in opposing the Taliban occupation of the Swat Valley, the chief of U.S. Central Command said today.

UN: Iraqi Children In Primary Schools Studying In Unsafe Environments - Children in nearly half of the primary schools in Iraq are studying in unsafe and unhealthy environments, according to a UN-backed survey.

White House Latino Town Hall Big Success - "On Friday we held a first-ever for the White House, a Spanish language town hall meeting to listen to the Hispanic community's concerns."

Journalists Encouraged To Apply For Ochberg Fellowship - Dart Center for Journalism & Trauma Invites Applications for 2009 Ochbert Fellowship.

Ban Calls For Global Solidarity On Buddhist Day Of Vesak - In a message commemorating Vesak Day, which marks the birth and passing of the Buddha, Ban Ki-moon called on the world to learn from Buddha's sense of compassion.

UN Expands Presence In Afghanistan - The UN opened its 20th office in the Sar-i-Pul province of Afghanistan on Saturday, continuing its drive to promote development across the strife-torn nation.

Michelle Obama Promises More Support For Military Spouses - Michelle Obama was surprised to learn that the majority of military families feel their struggles often go unnoticed, she said during an interview today with The Pentagon Channel

NATO General Secretary Visits Western Balkans - The Secretary General visited the Western Balkans on 7 and 8 May.

Pause In Deaths From H1N1 - Although the number of H1N1 infections jumped by over 400 worldwide in the last day, there were no new deaths from the disease, the UN health agency announced today.

Tuskegee Airmen Visit Academy Cadets - Six Tuskegee Airmen visited the academy April 24 to share their stories with the Air Force's next generation of leaders

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