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Nigeria: Sectarian Clashes Results In Civillian Deaths - The top UN human rights official expressed concern over sectarian clashes in Nigeria, especially over reports of civilians killed during the fighting.

Pakistan Sets World Record: 500,000 Trees Planted In One Day - The top United Nations environment official has lauded Pakistan`s efforts in setting a Guinness World Record for planting over 500,000 trees in one day.

Iraqi Judges Learn How To Apply Technology To The Admin. Of Justice - High-ranking members of Iraq's judicial system today wrapped up a United Nations-organized visit to Singapore aimed at studying the country's use of technology for the administration of justice.

Mike Mullen: Tough Fight Will Continue In Afghanistan - Though troop morale is high in Afghanistan, the Taliban is a tough organization and the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said he doesn`t expect conditions to change soon.

UN Seeks To Bolster Somalia's Security Institutions - A UN backed meeting of former high-ranking officials from Somalia's military,and intelligence services kicked off today in the latest bid at bolstering the war-wracked country's security institutions.

Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense Test Successful - U.S. Pacific Fleet ships and crews successfully conducted the latest Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense at-sea firing event on July 30.

Michelle Obama Welcomes Sailors Home - First lady Michelle Obama welcomed home the crews of two Navy ships.

Pilot's Remains Found In Iraq After 18 Years - Remains found last month in Iraq`s Anbar province are those of Navy Capt. Michael Scott Speicher, who was shot down flying a combat mission in an F/A-18 Hornet on Jan. 17, 1991

UN: Breastfeeding Saves Lives In Emergencies - Breastfeeding offers babies a lifeline during emergencies, the head of the United Nations World Health Organization stressed as World Breastfeeding Week kicks off today.

UN Urges For Calm In Afghanistan Prior To Elections - The UN condemned violent attacks on presidential hopefuls ahead of this month's national and provincial elections, urging all parties to concentrate on the political debate.

UN Chief Ban Saddened By Death Of Corazon Aquino - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon voiced his deep sadness today over the news of the passing of former Filipino President, Corazon Aquino, the first woman to lead her country.

Obama: The Economic Storm Will Pass - In this week`s address, President Barack Obama said the newly released GDP numbers are an indication that the Recovery Act is working.

Afghan Military Must Increase Its Numbers - Increasing the numbers of Afghan military forces and police is essential for Afghanistan ultimately to assume responsibility for its own security.

Free Aung San Suu Kyi - Myanmar must free Aung San Suu Kyi, who is in detention and currently facing trial, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has told an official of the Asian country.

UN Chief Ban Condems Bombings Of Mosques In Baghdad - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has deplored today`s apparently coordinated series of bomb attacks against five Shi`a mosques across Baghdad.

Civilian Casualties In Afghanistan Keep Rising - The ongoing conflict in Afghanistan continues to take a heavy toll on the country`s civilians, according to the United Nations mission there, which recorded over 1,000 deaths in the first six months of 2009

UN Chief Ban To Visit Artic Rim To Push For Action On Climate Change - Ban Ki-moon announced that he will head to the Arctic polar ice rim late next month to push for action on climate change.

Joe Biden: Recovery Act Funds Support Law Enforcement - Recovery funds are essential in helping local law enforcement agencies fulfill their mission of making the places in which we all live and work as safe as possible.

Michelle Obama Visits Carolina Family Practice Health Center - The First Lady visited Caroline Family Practice Community Health Center yesterday, where she participated in a ribbon-cutting ceremony to honor the opening of the new clinic.

Obama Speaks About Our Relationship With China - Obama laid out a framework of his vision for yet another critical aspect of American foreign policy our relationship with China, which he called "as important as any bilateral relationship in the world."

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