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All-Female Medical Evacuation Crew Makes History - Four soldiers serving here with the New Hampshire National Guard earned a special distinction last week when they became their company`s first all-female medical evacuation crew.

Mike Mullen: Military Leaders Support Obama's Afghan Policy - Military leaders fully and unhesitatingly " support President Barack Obama`s decision on the U.S. strategy in Afghanistan, Navy Adm. Mike Mullen said today.

Obama Calls For Another 30 Thousand Troops In Afghanistan - It is in America`s vital national interests to send another 30,000 U.S. troops to Afghanistan, Barack Obama said during a speech at West Point, N.Y.

UN: Another $6 Million Needed To Help Flood Victims In Tajikistan - The UN humanitarian wing called for $6 million to help victims whose homes were destroyed during spring flooding and mudflows earlier this year.

UN: Hunger Must Be Eradicated - The UN urged nations to place hunger high on its agenda and to join multilateral efforts to eradicate the scourge.

UN Calls For Transition, Not Exit, Strategy For Afghanistan - The UN underscored the need for a long-term commitment from the international community for the country, stressing that now is not the time to talk about an exit strategy.

UN Condemns Massacre In Philippines - The UN condemned the recent killing of 57 people in the southern Philippines, including some 30 journalists.

Stevie Wonder Designated UN Messenger Of Peace - Stevie Wonder is joining the prestigious roster of UN Messengers of Peace to advocate for the Organization`s work, with the artist blind since birth championing people with disabilities.

UN: Discrimination Fuels AIDS Epidemic - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon called for an urgent end to discrimination against people living with HIV/AIDS to help combat the spread of the disease.

UN Chief Ban Calls For An End To Slavery - Contemporary forms of slavery remain a grave " and unresolved problem across all continents, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon warned today.

UN Condemns Stoning In Somalia - An independent United Nations human rights expert today condemned the series of stonings that have been taking place in Somalia.

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.


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