|UN Calls On Iran To Stop Work On Uranium Enrichment Facility - The UN International Atomic Energy Agency called on Iran to immediately suspend the construction of a recently-disclosed uranium enrichment facility.|
|UN Calls Attention To Plight Of Children In Yemen - The UN is drawing attention to the plight of the youngest victims of the ongoing conflict between Government forces and rebels.|
|UN Nuclear Watchdog Has Hit Dead End With Iran - The head of the United Nations International Atomic Energy Agency called on Iran to fully engage with the body to resolve outstanding issues related to its nuclear programme.|
|UN: 1.5 Billion People Live In Darkness - A new report found that almost a quarter of the world`s 6 billion people live without electricity. |
|Airmen Mentor Iraqi Police Officers - Security forces Airmen mentored their Iraqi counterparts during a meeting at a local police station here Nov. 15 as part of an on going training program and in anticipation of upcoming elections.
|UN: Eliminate Violence Against Women - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon led a chorus of United Nations officials today in calling on the international community to make greater efforts to tackle the global pandemic of violence against women and girls. |
|UN Boosts Food Aid To Congo - The UN is ramping up efforts to feed tens of thousand of Congolese who fled a recent outbreak of tribal violence.|
|UN: Conditions Still Critical For Typhoon Victims In Philippines - Nearly a month after back-to-back typhoons submerged villages across the Philippines, hundreds of thousands of people displaced or still living in flooded areas.|
|Servicemembers Holiday Greetings Available Online - Members of the Joint Hometown News Service here recently posted more than 8,000 holiday greetings from servicemembers and their families stationed around the world on its Web site.
|Forces In Afghanistan Kill Militants - Combined Afghan and international forces killed an enemy militant and detained numerous suspects in recent operations in Afghanistan.|
|November Release Of White House Visitor Records - Building upon last month`s historic release of nearly 500 White House visitor records, today the White House releases more than 1,600 records of visits to the White House.|
|Obama Pardons Two Turkeys - Today at the White House, the President officially pardoned not one turkey, but two -- sparing both Courage and Carolina.|
|UN: Challenges Remain On Child Soldiers In Sudan - Despite progress in Sudan in the past two years in tackling the problem of children in armed conflict, many challenges remain.|
|Obama Will Attend Copenhagen Climate Summit - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today welcomed the announcement that Barack Obama will attend the UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen.|
|Obama Provides Clue Of Afghanistan Strategy - President Barack Obama said today he will announce his decision on the strategy and troop request for Afghanistan shortly after Thanksgiving. |
|Celebs Thank Troops With Concert - Gary Sinise and the Lieutenant Dan Band made their first appearance in Afghanistan performing for hundreds of Airmen, Soldiers, Sailors and Coast Guard members Nov. 23 here.
|Review Panel Tours Fort Hood Massacre Site - The leaders of an independent review panel toured the scene of the Fort Hood, Texas, shooting rampage today and described how they view the panel`s mission. |
|Robert Gates Thanksgiving Message To Military - Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates today issued a holiday season message giving thanks to the military men and women who put their lives on the line every day. |
|Obama Talks Tough On Iran & North Korea - President Barack Obama today emphasized the importance of keeping international efforts focused on nuclear weapons programs in North Korea and Iran. |
|Obama: Decisions Will Pave Path To End Afghanistan War - A range of decisions still remain for President Barack Obama and his administration to finalize the U.S. strategy in Afghanistan, the president said in Beijing today. |