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Military Strikes Target ISIS Terrorists in Syria, Iraq - Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve and its partners continued to strike Islamic State of Iraq and Syria targets in designated parts of Syria and Iraq between April 27-May 3, conducting 27 strikes consisting of 35 engagements, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials reported today.

Mattis Emphasizes Service to Others as Key American Strength - Defense Secretary James N. Mattis saluted community volunteers and emphasized the importance of service to others, saying giving back and putting others before self are core to Americas strength.

UN Celebrates Press Freedom - With journalism under increasing attack worldwide, top United Nations officials on Thursday joined a growing chorus of calls for the better protection of media workers.

Airman Gains Confidence Through Jiujitsu - Air Force Senior Airman Collin Eddington eagerly wakes as the morning sun breaks the horizon, knowing his jiujitsu skills will again be challenged on the mat.

U.S., Japanese Airmen Work Together During Training Exercise - Nearly 95 personnel and six F-16 Fighting Falcons from Misawa Air Base, Japan, traveled here to participate in an April 23-27 training exercise.

U.S. Protests Chinese Interference With U.S. Planes in Djibouti - The United States has protested to China after repeated instances of lasers interfering with U.S. military aircraft landing in Djibouti, chief Pentagon spokesperson Dana W. White said here today.

DoD Pays Tribute to Members Killed in Georgia Crash, Afghanistan Attack - The deaths this week of service members in a military plane crash in Georgia and in an enemy attack in Afghanistan are a somber reminder of the dangers members face as they carry out their duties, chief Pentagon spokesperson Dana W. White said today.

Mattis Hosts Pompeo and Bolton, Travels to Washington for Engagements - Defense Secretary James N. Mattis will meet regularly with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and National Security Advisor John Bolton to advance the presidents national security agenda, the Pentagons chief spokesperson said today.

Women Journalists in Afghanistan Defiant in the Face of Violence - The dangers of working as a journalist in Afghanistan have been dramatically underlined by an attack in the capital Kabul on Monday in which nine Afghan photographers and reporters were killed. They had gone to report on a suicide attack, and were targeted by a second suicide bomber when they arrived on the scene.

90 Per Cent of the Planet is Breathing in Polluted Air - Air pollution claims seven million lives a year, UN health experts said on Wednesday, amid new data showing that the problem affects nine out of ten people worldwide.

Changing World Situation Requires Resilient Nuclear Posture - The world has changed and Americas nuclear strategy has to change as well, the deputy undersecretary of defense for policy said here today.

Syrian Democratic Forces Announce Drive to Reclaim Last ISIS Territory - The coalition affirms its support and confidence in the Syrian Democratic Forces as they commence operations to clear the final Islamic State of Iraq and Syria territories in northeastern Syria, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials said today.

Mattis, Macedonian Defense Minister Reaffirm Defense Relationship - Defense Secretary James N. Mattis met with Macedonian Defense Minister Radmila Shekerinska today at the Pentagon to reaffirm the strong defense relationship between the U.S. and Macedonia, chief Pentagon spokesperson Dana W. White said.

Mattis Addresses Issues in Syria, Afghanistan, Korea - The situation in Syria is the most complex security situation, fighting situation he has experienced in his four decades of military service, Defense Secretary James N. Mattis said yesterday.

UN Takes Action on Climate Change - The latest round of United Nations climate change negotiations began on Monday in Bonn, Germany, to further develop the operating manual for implementing the landmark 2015 Paris Agreement, which aims to keep temperature rises this century, well below 2 degrees Celsius.

UN Condemns Suicide Bombing in Somalia - The United Nations Mission in Somalia (UNSOM) has condemned the suicide bombing on Saturday that reportedly killed government security officers and civilians in the city of Gaalkacyo.

UN Condemns Suicide Attacks in Afghanistan - Strongly condemning terrorist attacks in the Afghan capital, Kabul, and in Kandahar, senior United Nations officials, including Secretary-General Guterres, underscored the need to bring those behind the attacks to justice.

UN Voices Concerns About Structural Racism in United Kingdom - United Nations human rights experts have expressed serious concerns about racism rooted in the fabric of the United Kingdoms society, given the disproportionate number of people of African descent and of ethnic minorities dying due to excessive use of force by State security.

UN: Israel Must Address Excessive Use of Force and Deaths in Gaza Protests - With over 40 Palestinians killed and more than 5,500 injured during protests in Gaza over the past month - many by live ammunition - the top United Nations human rights official on Friday called on Israel to ensure that its security forces do not resort to use of excessive force amid the ongoing demonstrations.

Students Gather at UN to Remember Slavery - Students from around the world joined United Nations and Government officials in New York on Friday to celebrate the contributions made by the people of African descent, beginning from the time they were taken from their countries and forced into generations of servitude.


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