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UN Experts Decry Saudi Arabia Use of Anti-terror Laws Against Peaceful Activists - United Nations human rights experts deplored Saudi Arabia continued use of counter-terrorism and security-related laws against human rights defenders and urged the release of all those detained for peacefully exercising their rights.

UN Regrets Reported Loss of Life Amid Iranian Protests - The United Nations regrets the reported loss of life resulting from the protests in Iran, and hopes that further violence will be avoided, a spokesperson for the world body said on Tuesday.

Aircrew Flight Equipment Team Provides Essential Safety for Flyers - From the bottom of the pack to the top of the canopy, line by line, inch by inch, touching every seam, stitch and grommet, Air Force Tech. Sgt. Christopher Brawner painstakingly examines a parachute for anything that might make the lifesaving equipment not function properly

Mattis, Qatari Senior Official Discuss Defense Issues - During a Dec. 28 phone conversation, Defense Secretary James N. Mattis congratulated Qatar Minister of Defense Khalid Al-Attiyah for the ministers promotion to deputy prime minister, according to a statement released by Pentagon press operations.

Coalition Trains, Equips Iraqi Border Guard Force - The first group of Iraqi Border Guard Force members graduated today from a 12-day program conducted by members of the Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve in Iraq, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials reported today.

Defeat-ISIS Coalition Reflects on 2017, Looks Forward to 2018 - Today, the 70 nations and four organizations that comprise the coalition thats dedicated to the defeat of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria reflect on progress made in 2017 and look forward to 2018, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials reported today.

UNESCO Chief Regrets Israels Decision to Withdraw From Agency - The head of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization voiced deep regret on Thursday over Israels decision to withdraw from the agency.

UN Chief Welcomes Exchange of Prisoners and Detainees in Eastern Ukraine - United Nations Secretary-General Guterres has welcomed the recent exchange of prisoners and detainees in eastern Ukraine and commended all those who helped bring about the exchange.

UN: No Clear Evidence Social Media Leads to More Violent Behavior - Violent extremists use the Internet to attract younger audiences, to disseminate content and to foster direct dialogue with young people, a United Nations agency-backed study found, but more research is needed to find out if social media has an effective role in radicalization.

Mattis Impressed by Service Members' High Morale - Defense Secretary James N. Mattis said hes impressed by service members high morale and the steadfastness of the force in light of its involvement in more than a decade of war.

Lines Blurring Between Special Ops, Conventional Forces, Mattis Says - There is a blurring line that separates conventional operating forces from special operations forces and the defense secretary expects general purpose forces will eventually shoulder missions once the province of their special forces brethren.

California Wildfires: State Military Reservists Answer the Call - When the California National Guard was activated in early December to aid fire relief efforts in the southern part of the state, the California State Military Reserves Installation Support Command also answered the call.

Soldier Deploys With Red Cross After Hometown Crisis - When Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico on Sept. 20 it caused widespread destruction that continues to impact the U.S. territorys more than 3 million people.

Strikes Target ISIS Terrorists in Syria, Iraq - U.S. and coalition military forces continued to attack the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria between Dec. 22 and yesterday, conducting 46 strikes consisting of 93 engagements, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials reported today.

Airmen Help Maintain Airfield Integrity in Alaska - When thinking about flightline operations and how to keep a resilient airfield here, most people think about the snow equipment clearing the flightline, the maintainers aiding each aircraft in taking off or the pilots flying the aircraft.

UN: World Could See 1.8 Billion Tourists by 2030 - By 2030, there could be 1.8 billion tourists - just over one in five persons in the world - travelling around the globe, the United Nations World Tourism Organization has said.

UN Chief Commends Peaceful Vote in Liberia - United Nations Secretary-General Guterres on Wednesday welcomed the peaceful conduct of the second round of the presidential election in Liberia, and announced he is sending former Nigerian leader Olusegun Obasanjo to support the country in the first peaceful transfer of power from one democratically-elected leader to another in more than 70 years.

Airman Builds Medical Relationships in Vietnam - An Air Force physical therapist stationed here was one of 50 U.S. team members who recently spent more than two weeks in Tam Ky, Quang Nam Province, Vietnam, seeing patients and building relationships with local physicians.

Annual Christmas Eve March Celebrates Deployed Service Members - New York National Guard soldiers, airmen, families and community supporters made up more than 1,200 marchers here Dec. 24 as part of a Christmas Eve road march to celebrate the service of overseas-deployed U.S. troops of the past and today.

2017 Horrible for Children in Yemen - Children in Yemen could not have a worse year than 2017, according to a senior official from the UN Childrens Fund.

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