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UN Seeks To Boost Global Access To Climate Data - United Nations talks aimed at boosting access to climate information to help the world`s poor and promote development kicked off today in Geneva.

UN Seeks To Protect Marine Enviornment - UN officials push for creation of monitoring system for marine environment.

UN Condemns Mass Killings Of Indigenous People In Columbia - A United Nations human rights expert today condemned the massacre of 12 indigenous people, including seven children, in southern Colombia.

UN Condemns Forced Indigenous Labor In Bolivia And Paraguay - The indigenous peoples of the Chaco region of neighbouring Bolivia and Paraguay are often trapped into forced labour practices and face discrimination.

General McChrystal Completes Assessment Of Situation In Afghanistan - The commander of NATO and U.S. forces in Afghanistan has completed his assessment of the situation there and has forwarded it to NATO and U.S. leaders, Defense Department officials said.

Mike Mullen Congratulates Guard Youth Grads - Navy Adm. Mike Mullen congratulated more than 100 high school graduates here who pursued their diploma through a New Jersey National Guard program.

UN Plays Key Role In Tackling Global Problems - The United Nations plays a critical role in addressing the current food, climate and other crises, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said today in Oslo.

Obama's Eulogy For The Lion Of The Senate - The President's full remarks at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Basilica in Roxbury, Massachusetts:

Ban Welcomes Improvement In Inter-Korean Relations - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today welcomed the latest steps to improve inter-Korean relations.

UN Chief Ban: Climate Change Pact Crucial To Future Of Humankind - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today underscored the need for countries to 'seal the deal' at a major climate change conference later this year in Copenhagen.

UN: Australia Needs To Do More For Indigenous People - An independent United Nations expert today called on the country to build on that momentum to close the gap of indigenous disadvantage.

Iraqi Shiite Leader Abdul Aziz Al Hakim Passes Away - The top UN official in Iraq extended his condolences on the passing of Shi`a political leader Abdul Aziz Al Hakim, who he said played an important role in stabilizing the country.

UN Voices Concern Over Destruction Of Health Centers In Pakistan - Many health centres in north-western Pakistan have been destroyed or looted during recent clashes between Government forces and militants

New GI Bill A Great Success - More college-educated professionals will enter the next generation`s professional work force as a result of the Post-9/11 GI Bill.

James Stavridis: Afghanistan War Challenging, But Winnable - The war in Afghanistan is challenging, but winnable, NATO`s top military commander -- wrote in a From the Bridge blog post on Eucom`s Web site.

UN Condemns Attacks On Journalists In Pakistan - The head of the UN agency tasked with defending press freedom today condemned the recent killing of a television journalist in Pakistan.

UN: H1N1 Virus Found In Turkeys Poses No Threat To Human Health - The UN Food and Agriculture Organization said that the detection of the H1N1 flu in turkeys doesn't pose any immediate threat to human health.

Obama Pays Tribute To Ted Kennedy - President Obama's words on the passing of Ted Kennedy.

National Security Advisor Pays Tribute To Ted Kennedy - The national security advisor today expressed admiration for Massachusetts Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, who succumbed to brain cancer yesterday.

Somali Pirates Fire At US Navy Helicopter - Somali pirates aboard a hijacked ship fired at a U.S. Navy helicopter yesterday, Navy officials said.


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