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UN Chief Ban Calls For More Peacekeepers To Be Sent To Haiti - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today called for an additional 3,500 United Nations troops and police officers to be deployed to Haiti.

UN Chief Ban Vows Support For Quake Victims - Today, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today pledged the United Nations' support for the victims of the disaster.

UN Condemns Militant Attacks In Kabul - The UN strongly condemned this morning`s coordinated deadly attacks, for which the Taliban have claimed responsibility, in the capital, Kabul, decrying the militants` staggering disregard " for civilians.

UN: Rescuers Still Finding Survivors In Haiti - Search-and-rescue teams from around the world continue to work around the clock to pull survivors out of the rubble in the wake of Tuesday's devastating earthquake in Haiti.

UN Urges Ugandan Government To Do Away With Anti-Homosexuality Bill - The UN urged the Ugandan Government to do away with a draft bill that would prohibit homosexual relations and contains provisions for punishing people alleged to be lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgendered.

UN Seeks $560 Million For Haiti Relief Efforts - The United Nations and its partners today appealed for $562 million to help the victims of the earthquake which struck Haiti earlier this week.

UN Chief Ban To Travel To Haiti - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon will travel on Sunday to Haiti, which was devastated by a massive earthquake earlier this week.

UN Officials Give Eyewitness Accounts Of Earthquake In Haiti - UN Offiicals give eyewitness accounts of the moment the devastating earthquake in Haiti hit.

UN Chief Ban Happy With Global Response To Haiti Earthquake - The international community`s outpouring of support to assist victims of this week`s devastating earthquake in Haiti is encouraging, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said today.

UN General Assembly Pledges Support For Haiti - The UN General Assembly and the Security Council observed a minute of silence today as they stood in solidarity with the countless earthquake victims in Haiti.

UN Envoy Bill Clinton Hopeful For Haitian Recovery - Bill Clinton, expressed confidence today that the impoverished Caribbean nation can still secure a brighter future.

US Military Prepares For Broader Haiti Relief Mission - The aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson is headed toward earthquake-devastated Haiti and is scheduled to arrive tomorrow to provide airlift support for the disaster-response mission,

White House Response To The Earthquake In Haiti - Obama: My thoughts and prayers go out to those who have been affected by this earthquake. We are closely monitoring the situation and we stand ready to assist the people of Haiti."

UN: 2009 Deadliest Year For Afghan Civilians - New statistics released by the United Nations today showed that 2009 was the deadliest year yet for civilians in Afghanistan, with 2,412 casualties recorded.

UN Rushing Aid To Haiti - The United Nations is mobilizing its resources in the wake of the devastating earthquake that struck Haiti yesterday, sending its experts and supplies to the Caribbean nation.

UN Chief Ban Calls On Countries To Help Haiti - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today issued an urgent call to the international community to assist Haiti following yesterday`s catastrophic earthquake.

UN Chief Ban Talks About Global Challenges - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon will be travelling to New Haven, Connecticut, on Thursday to take part in a two-day summit of global educators hosted by Yale University.

UN Chief Ban Encouraged By Political Developments In Guinea - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has said that he is encouraged " by recent political developments in Guinea.

Growing Optimism In Afghanistan - Optimism is on the rise in Afghanistan, with 90 percent of Afghans reporting in a new survey that they believe their country is headed in the right direction.

Petraeus: Aid To Yemen To Double In 2010 - The U.S. counterterrorism approach to Yemen likely will entail doubling the amount of aid there, but does not include deploying American troops, Army Gen. David H. Petraeus said.


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