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Mullen Warns Iraq About Arab-Kurd Hostilities - Iraqi Kurds and Arabs must compromise to realize the full potential of the country, Navy Adm. Mike Mullen said during a visit here today

Taking Son's Prescription Drug Ended Airman's Career - A technical sergeant took a single pill from his son's prescription bottle, and that pill started him down the road toward a court-martial and discharge from the Air Force.

UN Urges Restraint Amid Latest Political Turmoil In Nepal - The UN human rights office in Nepal urged all parties to exercise restraint after the country's Prime Minister reportedly fired the Army Chief.

President Obama: H1N1 Cause for Concern, But Not Alarm - The outbreak of H1N1 flu "is a cause for concern, but not alarm," President Barack Obama said today after meeting with his Cabinet.

Myanmar Cyclone: One Year Later - Marking the one year anniversary since Cyclone Nargis devastated Myanmar, the UN is reviewing a life-saving effort but also pointing to the equally daunting work needed to rebuild.

UN: Preparedness Key To Fighting H1N1 - The UN stressed the importance of preparedness for a possible global pandemic, as the number of laboratory confirmed cases of the influenza A(H1N1) infection topped 600 worldwide

UN: Journalists Worldwide Must Be Protected - Ki-moon paid tribute to journalists who ensure the rest of the world can have access to unbiased information, and in stressing the need to protect their freedom and safety.

Kathleen Sebelius Sworn In as Secretary of Dept. of Health and Human Services - Finally, we have a new Secretary of Dept. of Health and Human Services

Obama Welcomes Newly Naturalized American Soldiers To White House - President Barack Obama today welcomed two dozen American servicemembers as newly naturalized citizens of the United States.

Hillary Clinton: Pakistan Now Understands Talilban Threat - Pakistan finally is beginning to respond to the threat that Taliban extremists pose inside the country, Hillary Clinton said before the Senate Appropriations Committee.

State Dept.: al Qaeda No. 1 Threat To US - The al-Qaida terrorist network continues to pose the greatest danger to the US, a senior U.S. State Department official said.

UN Confirms Rising Number Of Swine Flu Cases All Over The World - The UN health agency " the nerve centre for the global response to the outbreak of H1N1 infections " confirmed that over 300 people in many countries have contracted the new flu strain

Gates Pleads With Senate To Pass Supplemental Funding Request - Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates asked the Senate today to pass the fiscal 2009 supplemental funding request it`s considering by Memorial Day.

UN: Humanity Taking Back Seat To Politics In Gaza - Helping Gaza`s most vulnerable must be a top priority, the United Nations humanitarian chief urged today.

UN Pandemic Alert Still At Phase 5 As Swine Flu Continues To Spread - As it continued to intensively monitor the spread of the influenza A (H1N1) virus, the United Nations health agency today held its pandemic alert to Phase 5,

Obama's Remarks On The Swine Flu - Here are the President`s remarks on the H1N1 flu virus during the opening of last night`s press conference:

World Safety Day: Nations Must Not Relax Standards - Marking this year`s World Day for Safety and Health at Work, the head of the United Nation`s labour arm warned against a relaxation of standards due to the global economic crisis.

Obama Admin: Most Ethical In American History - Obama has made historic commitments to putting the public interest first and to cracking down on special interests and, in particular, lobbying abuses.

Air Force Flight Surgeons Train Iraqi Counterparts - American Air Force flight surgeons continue their mission to teach and train Iraqi air force and army flight surgeons.

Funding for AIDS Suffering Due To Global Financial Crisis - A new United Nations study finds that the global financial crisis is impacting the ability of people with HIV to obtain life-saving drugs

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