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UN Condemns Killing Of Peacekeepers In Darfur - The UN has voiced outrage after two peacekeepers serving with the joint African Union-UN force in Sudan's war-scarred Darfur region were killed.

UN Calls For End To Child Labor - The UN warned in a new study that efforts to eliminate the worst forms of child labour are waning

Mike Mullen Tells Troops It`s OK to Get Help - The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff wants servicemembers to know it`s OK to get help for behavioral health-related conditions.

Robert Gates Calls for Significant Cuts in Defense Overhead - Robert M. Gates used the occasion of the 65th Anniversary of the Victory in Europe to declare war on duplicative overhead, bloat and needless spending in the Defense Department.

Christina Aguilera Using Her Celebrity To Spotlight Global Hunger - Christina Aguilera has joined the growing chorus of celebrities committed to using their voice to spotlight global hunger as ambassadors for the United Nations World Food Programme

Obama Signs Veterans, Caregivers Legislation - Obama signed legislation today to improve health care for veterans and to recognize the important role that family caregivers play in the recovery of wounded personnel.

UN Condemns Attacks On Government Buildings In Afghanistan - The UN condemned deadly attacks on Government buildings in the country`s southwest.

UN Condemns Use Of Child Soldiers In Somalia - The UN urged an immediate halt to the recruitment and use of child soldiers in Somalia,

Robert Gates Approves Federal Money for Guard Units in Gulf - Robert M. Gates has given verbal approval to the governors of Alabama, Mississippi and Florida for Title 32 status for National Guardsmen to help to combat the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

Mia Farrow Bears UN Message of Hope And Help for Guinea`s Afflicted Children - Mia Farrow leaves for Guinea tomorrow in her real-life role as UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador to boost funding for maternal and child health.

UN Urges Calm In Darfur - The joint African Union-United Nations mission in Darfur today urged the Government and one of the leading insurgent groups in the western Sudanese region to stop fighting.

Nuclear Review Conference Enters Second Day At UN - The review conference of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) entered its second day today at United Nations Headquarters .

Indonesia To Ratify UN-backed Pact Banning Nuclear Testing - Indonesia has announced that it intends to ratify the United Nations-backed treaty banning nuclear testing, pushing the pact one step closer to fruition.

UN Investigates Political Violence In Kenya - The UN will investigate the violence that broke out in the east African country following the 2007 general elections.

Obama: Failed Attack Underscores Need for Vigilance - Obama called the failed weekend terror attack in New York`s Times Square a sobering reminder of the need to remain vigilant against terrorists.

UN Calls On Africa To Enhance Agriculture In Face Of Climate Change - A new United Nations paper is urging the continent`s countries to take action to develop agriculture and manage natural resources in a sustainable manner.

Mike Mullen Urges Graduates to Consider Ways to Serve - Mullen told the graduates that military life has been good for him.

UN: Crisis Persists In Pakistan`s Swat Valley - The effects of the humanitarian crisis sparked by the military offensive against insurgents in north-western Pakistan a year ago persist.

Navy to Start Training Female Submariners in July - Navy officials today announced they are moving ahead with plans to integrate women onto submarines beginning in late 2011 or early 2012.

UN Chief Ban Praises Jordan's Queen Rania - UN Chief Ban commended Queen Rania for her longstanding commitment to raising awareness about the importance of mutual respect and cross-cultural understanding.


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