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Obama's Speech To The Ghanaian Parliament - The full text of Obama's African speech.

Afghanistan's Ops Need NATO Support - Options exist to help NATO members better meet their obligations within the alliance, the former NATO commander who left the post less than two weeks ago said here yesterday.

UN: Pakistan's Displacement Crisis At Critical Moment - The humanitarian effort to help millions in north-west Pakistan uprooted by clashes between the Government and insurgents is at a critical stage.

UN Chief Ban: Helping Hungry Promotes Peace - By helping the world`s hungry, who now number one billion, the international community can also secure a more peaceful and stable future for all.

UN: Investing In Women Smart Choice - Top United Nations officials have called for investing in women and girls during the global financial crisis to help promote economic recovery and tackle poverty and inequality

Mullen: Dialogue Key To Middle East Strategy - The strategy in the greater Middle East is not about how many enemy we kill, but about how many civilians we protect, " Mike Mullen said today.

UN: Countries Must Invest More In Higher Education - Over 1,000 participants at a United Nations forum have called on governments to increase investment in higher education.

Afghan Operations Show Early Gains - The commander of a U.S. Marine brigade in southern Afghanistan is cautiously optimistic at progress made in the first week of an offensive there, but says more Afghan forces are needed.

Mullen: Safety Of Civilians In Afghanistan A Priority - The success of the Afghanistan-Pakistan strategy has to be measured through civilian lives protected, not numbers of enemy fighters killed.

UN: Ancient Site Of Babylon Damaged By Fighting In Iraq - The ancient site of Babylon, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World " has been significantly damaged due to its use as a military base by coalition forces in Iraq from 2003-2004.

UN: Violence Against Afghan Women Widespread - Violence against women, including rape, is widespread in Afghanistan, according to a new United Nations report.

Joe Biden Presides Over Naturalization Ceremony - Joe Biden presided over a July 4 naturalization ceremony in which 237 servicemembers deployed to Iraq became American citizens.

UN Envoy Bill Clinton Visits Haiti - The recently appointed UN Special Envoy to Haiti, Bill Clinton, will today begin his first visit to the Caribbean country in his new capacity.

Obama Hosts Military Families At White House - As Americans celebrated Independence Day in homes throughout the nation, Obama invited 1,200 military families to his home for a July Fourth bash.

UN Chief Ban: Myanmar Must Respect Human Rights - Myanmar's future must be rooted in respect for human rights, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said today.

Obama Honors Female World War II Pilots - Obama signed a bill to award the Congressional Gold Medal to the Women Air Force Service Pilots of World War II.

UN Helping Displaced Timorese Families - The UN is assisting families displaced by violence which shook Timor-Leste in 2006 return to their homes.

Obama's 4th Of July Message - In his weekly address, President Barack Obama celebrated the unyielding American spirit that has defined our past and will lead us into the future.

Mike Mullen's 4th Of July Message - In his annual Independence Day message to members of the U.S. armed forces worldwide, Mike Mullen evokes a speech Abraham Lincoln delivered in Chicago in 1858.

Pentagon: US Not Surprised By North Korean Missile Launch - North Korea`s launch of 4 short-range missiles didn`t surprise Defense Department officials, a Pentagon spokesman said.


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