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UN Remembers Colleagues Killed In Islamabad Bombing - The UN remembered five colleagues who were killed by a suicide bomber last week at the headquarters of the World Food Programme in the Pakistani capital.

UN Condemns Use Of Death Penalty In Iran - The UN human rights chief called for changes to Iranian laws to end the death penalty for juvenile offenders.

Obama Accepts Nobel Peace Prize As "Call To Action" - Obama said he'll accept the Nobel Peace Prize as a "call to action" for the international community to work together to confront common challenges.

Orlando Bloom Named UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador - Orlando Bloom will be working to make the world a better place for young people as he steps into his new role as Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF.

Mike Mullen Speaks About Diversity In The Military - Mullen, the senior military advisor to the country`s first black president, places diversity in the military ranks as one of his top priorities

Star-Studded USO Gala - The stars were out at the black-tie event held in a posh hotel. About 800 actors & football stars mingled over drinks and dinner.

New Bunker-Buster Bomb To Be Deployed This Summer - The Defense Department is developing an advanced bunker-buster bomb that should be ready for deployment this summer, senior Pentagon officials said.

UN: World Must Financially Support Transitional Government In Somalia - International financial support for the transitional government is vital, with speed being the most critical element, the United Nations political chief said today.

Attacks By Al Qaeda Continue To Drop In Baghdad - Attacks committed by al-Qaida operating in Baghdad and its environs continue to drop three months after U.S. combat troops moved out of Iraqi cities.

UN Condemns Suicide Bombing At Indian Embassy In Afghanistan - The UN condemned in the strongest terms the suicide bombing at the Indian embassy in Afghanistan this morning that killed 17 people.

Petraeus Cites Need To Reverse Insurgency - Army Gen. David H. Petraeus cites need to reverse insurgency in Afghanistan.

UN: Thousands Of Samoans Left Homless By Tsunami - The UN reported that thousands of Samoans remain homeless and warned against the heightened risk of outbreaks of disease.

James L Jones: Troop Levels Only Part Of Afghanistan Equation - Increasing U.S. troops levels in Afghanistan is only one part of the formula for success there, President Barack Obama`s national security advisor said yesterday.

Obama Speaks To Doctors About Health Care Reform - Remarks by the president at Health Insurance Reform event with doctors from across the country.

UN Chief Ban Condemns Attack On UN Aid Station In Pakistan - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon condemned the suicide attack against the office of the UN World Food Programme in Pakistan in which five staff members were killed.

Ray LaHood: Curbing Distracted Driving - Some years from now, when we have made significant progress defeating the epidemic that is distracted driving, we will remember this moment...

Joe Biden: One Job Lost Is One Too Many - Vice President Biden outlined the steps the administration is taking to ensure economic stability for Americans.

UN Chief Ban Urges Investment In Women - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has urged countries not to waver in their commitments to women and girls in the midst of the ongoing economic crisis, particularly in ensuring their basic human rights.

UN Expands Food Aid To Flood-Stricken Nations - The United Nations is ramping up its relief operations in flood-stricken South-East Asia

UN Deplores Lack Of Freedoms In Honduras - The UN expressed concern over the suppression of civil liberties in Honduras following a coup d`état.


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