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UN: Somali Violence Uproots 80,000 Civilians In January Alone - The United Nations refugee agency today reported that a sharp rise in violence in Somalia in January left nearly 260 civilians dead, in addition to uprooting over 80,000 and causing widespread destruction.

UN: Extreme Cold Triggers Livestock Disaster In Mongolia - More than 20,000 families are at the risk of going hungry, as temperatures reaching as low as -50 degrees centrigrade have killed nearly two million head of livestock in Mongolia.

UN: Women Must Pay Leading Role In Haiti's Recovery - Women must be given a key role in all aspects of the emergency relief effort in Haiti for it to be effective.

UN Condemns Killing Of Iraqi Pilgrims - The top United Nations official in Iraq today expressed his shock and sadness at the suicide bombing targeting Shi`a pilgrims, reportedly killing over 40 people.

UN Chief Ban: Cyprus Solution Within Reach - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon voiced optimism today that a solution to long-running problems in Cyprus is within reach."

UN: 250,000 Uprooted By Violence In Yemen - The United Nations refugee agency today said that it estimates that 250,000 civilians have been uprooted since clashes in the country erupted in 2004.

London Lad Uses Pedal Power To Raise Money For Haiti - Seven-year-old Charlie Simpson of London made a five-mile trip that has raised more than £150,000 for children affected by this month`s Haitian earthquake.

UN Pays Tribute To Survivors Of Holocaust - With the help of stirring music from a German-Israeli chorus and solemn speeches, the United Nations tonight paid tribute to the victims of the Holocaust.

UN Examines Terrorists' Use Of The Internet - Terrorists` use of the Internet " including how it is utilized to recruit, organize criminal acts and raise money " was the focus of a UN gathering which brought together experts from around the world.

UN Staff Remember Their Fallen Colleagues - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today paid tribute to United Nations personnel who perished in the devastating earthquake that struck Haiti earlier this month.

UN: Earthquakes The Deadliest Of Disasters - Earthquakes were the deadliest natural disasters in the past decade.

Mike Mullen Stresses Need For Closer Ties With Central And South Asia - The U.S. commitment to Central and South Asia is long-term and enduring, Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Navy Adm. Mike Mullen told chiefs of defense from the region.

Obama Delivers On High-Speed Rail - The investments we announce today make rail a viable transportation alternative in many regions. With this historic $8 billion investment by President Obama, we are jump-starting American High-Speed rail.

President Obama Vows Spending Freeze Won't Affect National Security - Though Obama announced a three-year discretionary federal spending freeze during his State of the Union Message, it won`t apply to defense spending.

Obama Seeks Repeal Of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" - Obama announced during his State of the Union address that he intends to work with Congress and the military during the year ahead to repeal the Don`t Ask, Don`t Tell " law.

Obama: We Will Succeed In Afghanistan - Barack Obama stressed during his State of the Union address tonight the importance of confronting terrorists who threaten the United States and of succeeding in Afghanistan.

President Obama Stresses Arms Control Cooperation - President Barack Obama last night stressed the importance of nonproliferation initiatives to keep terrorists and rogue nations from acquiring them.

UN Chief Ban Condemns Terrorist Bombings In Iraq - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon strongly condemned today`s apparently coordinated series of bomb attacks against hotels in Baghdad that have killed dozens of people and injured scores more

UN: Nations Must Work Together To Help Haiti - The UN proposed a new way to coordinate relief efforts in the Caribbean nation to ensure that aid reaches those who need it.

US To Provide Drones To Pakistan - The United States plans to provide Pakistan RQ-7 Shadow unmanned aerial vehicles to support their fight on extremists.


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