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Little Rock Airman Supports Family in Puerto Rico - What does a person do when family faces strife on an island thousands of miles away?

Inherent Resolve Strikes Target ISIS in Syria, Iraq - U.S. and coalition military forces continued to attack the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria yesterday, conducting 26 strikes consisting of 40 engagements, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials reported today.

Puerto Rico Governor Updates Pence on Recovery Efforts - Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rossello said today he briefed Vice President Mike Pence yesterday on the recovery efforts in Puerto Rico and underscored the need for urgent, ongoing support following the devastation from Hurricane Maria.

Africom Announces Death of 4th Service Member in Niger Attack - The body of another U.S. service member has been recovered from Niger, where an attack occurred Oct. 4 during an advise-and-assist mission, bringing the number of U.S. service members killed to four, U.S. Africa Commands director of public affairs said today.

U.S. Northern Command Prepares for Tropical Storm Nate - DoD personnel are helping with hurricane relief efforts in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, and now the departments U.S. Northern Command is preparing for the approach of Tropical Storm Nate, Pentagon officials said today.

Puerto Rico Governor Praises DoD for Hurricane Relief Efforts - Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rossello this morning described the relief missions on the U.S. island territory following Hurricane Marias devastation as part of a comprehensive effort and thanked the Defense Department for its assistance.

Mali Continues to Make Progress - While recent crises threatening the peace process in Mali had been overcome and new agreements reached, progress must be accelerated as the situation remains perilous for peacekeepers and civilians, the head of United Nations peacekeeping efforts in the West African country told the Security Council today.

A Year After Hurricane Matthew, Haiti's Children Still Vulnerable to Disasters - One year has passed since Hurricane Matthew made landfall in southwest Haiti - leaving terrible destruction in its wake - but children and adolescents on the island still remain highly vulnerable to the effects of natural disasters and extreme weather events, the United Nations Childrens Fund has warned.

Over 11,000 DoD Personnel Aid Puerto Rico Hurricane Relief Efforts - More than 11,000 Defense Department personnel now are in Puerto Rico, helping the U.S. territory recover from the wrath of Hurricane Maria in the areas of logistics, medical support and aviation.

U.S. Service Members Killed in Niger - Three U.S. service members and a service member from a partner nation were killed in southwestern Niger yesterday, U.S. Africa Command officials said.

Coalition Continue Strikes to Defeat ISIS in Syria, Iraq - U.S. and coalition military forces continued to attack the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria yesterday, conducting 37 strikes consisting of 47 engagements, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials reported today.

Hospital Ship Arrives in Puerto Rico - Defense Department personnel continue to arrive in Puerto Rico to help the island recover from Hurricane Maria, with roughly 10,000 DoD members working with commonwealth officials across the island, Gov. Ricardo Rossello said during a news conference in San Juan today.

UN Aims to Slash 90 Per Cent of Cholera Deaths by 2030 - A taskforce of United Nations and international partner agencies is gearing up to launch an ambitious new strategy to combat cholera - aiming to reduce deaths by 90 per cent by 2030, the UN health agency announced today.

Understanding Maria's Damage and the Job Ahead for Puerto Rico - To understand the problems the people of Puerto Rico face, it is important to understand the violence of Hurricane Maria, officials involved in the effort said.

Food, Water, Fuel Still Priorities for Puerto Rico - Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rossello briefed reporters today on progress the unified collaboration of commonwealth and federal officials has made in delivering aid to the people of the island following Hurricane Maria.

Shipment of Household Goods, Vehicles Consolidates Under Transcom - U.S. Transportation Command is now the single manager of the Defense Personal Property Program, or DP3, which oversees the Defense Departments household goods and privately owned vehicle shipment programs.

Prince Harry, Celebrities Honor Invictus Athletes at Closing Ceremony - The 2017 Invictus Games closed with a musical celebration of camaraderie among competitors from 17 nations and the official handover to the 2018 hosts from Sydney, Australia, at the Air Canada Center in Toronto, Sept. 30.

Unified Coordination Group Addressing Puerto Rico Recovery, Governor Says - Puerto Rican and federal officials are working as a unified coordination group and progress is being made in all lines of effort on the island, but Hurricane Maria devastation was so extreme and widespread that the island remains in emergency mode, Gov. Ricardo Rossello said in San Juan today.

UN Recommends Large-scale Deworming to Improve Childrens Health - The suffering of those infected with parasitic intestinal can be drastically reduced with periodic deworming programmes with a single-tablet treatment, according to new guidelines approved by the United Nations health agency.

Conflict in Yemen an Endless Nightmare - Amid worsening famine and cholera in war-torn Yemen, the head of the United Nations migration agency has called for greater humanitarian access to enable relief workers reach those most in need and save lives.

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