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Hurricane Lane Becomes Tropical Storm After Drenching Hawaiis Big Island - Hurricane Lane was a 130 mph wind speed, Category 4 storm when it hammered Hawaiis Big Island with three feet of rain Aug. 23, but today the once-mighty hurricane has been downgraded to a much-tamer tropical storm with 65 mph winds.

UN Condemns Attack That Leaves One Blue Helmet Dead in Central African Republic - Secretary-General Guterres has condemned the attack on 23 August by presumed anti-Balaka elements on the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African Republic (MINUSCA) in which one peacekeeper from Burundi was killed.

UN Condemns Saudi Air Strike That Killed Dozens in Yemen - The UN humanitarian chief, Mark Lowcock, and the head of the UN Childrens Fund (UNICEF), Henrietta Fore, have condemned the deadly air strike in Hudaydah governorate, in western Yemen, that killed at least 26 children and four women on Thursday.

UN: Rohingya Emergency One Year On - Significant progress has been made in protecting hundreds of thousands Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh in the 12 months since they fled violence in Myanmar, but lives "will once again be at risk" if funding is not urgently secured, UN officials said on Friday.

President Presents Medal of Honor to Fallen Air Force Hero's Widow - On what would have been their 26th wedding anniversary, Valerie Nessel, the widow of fallen Air Force Tech. Sgt. John A. Chapman, accepted his Medal of Honor from President Donald J. Trump during a ceremony at the White House yesterday.

Army Engineers Deploy to Hawaii in Advance of Hurricane Lane - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District, has deployed a specially trained debris management team to Hawaii in preparation for anticipated response and recovery efforts for Hurricane Lane, currently a Category 4 storm heading toward the state.

Hawaii Braces as Hurricane Lane Threatens - The Hawaii National Guard and active-duty military personnel are standing by in case they are needed as Hurricane Lane approaches the island state, National Guard Bureau officials said here today.

Navy Recruiter Embraces American Ideals - Serving in the military provides the opportunity to be a part of something bigger than yourself, and to be a positive influence, Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Caroline Ballad said.

Nigerien Air Base 201 Sharpens Community Ties - U.S. Africa Command continues to work by, with and through its host nation partners to promote peace and stability.

UN: Finding Global Solutions for Global Problems - The 67th United Nations Department of Public Information/Non-Governmental Organization (DPI/NGO) Conference kicked off today at UN Headquarters in New York, with speeches affirming the importance of multilateralism, closer partnerships between the UN and civil society, and the role that young people have to play.

UN Combats Against Devastating Effects of Smoking - United Nations agencies must join forces at the policy level and refuse interference from tobacco companies in their programmes so the destructive impact of tobacco can be effectively addressed and lives can be saved, the head of the UN tobacco control treaty watchdog (WHO FCTC Secretariat) told UN News on Wednesday.

UN Remembers Kofi Annan - Former United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan was remembered on Wednesday as the embodiment of the global Organization that works to improve the lives of men and women worldwide.

Afghanistan Peace Process Shows Promise - The peace process in Afghanistan has shown progress since the first cease-fire in 17 years took place in June, the commander of NATOs Resolute Support mission and U.S. forces in Afghanistan told Pentagon reporters today.

UN Condemns Boko Haram Attack - The recent killing of villagers in Nigerias Borno State has been condemned by the UN Secretary-General.

UN Welcomes Afghan Government Announcement of Eid Holiday Ceasefire - After a surge in hostilities in Afghanistan over the past weeks, the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) welcomed on Monday the Governments announcement of a conditional ceasefire for the Eid al-Adha holiday and called on warring parties to use this "momentum" to put an end to the conflict.

UN Chief Welcomes Event Reuniting Families on the Korean Peninsula - The decision to allow scores of people from South Korea to reunite with their relatives north of the border has been welcomed by the UN Secretary-General.

Operation Roundup Continues to Target ISIS Remnants - Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve and its partners continue to pursue the lasting defeat of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria in designated parts of Syria and Iraq, task force officials reported today.

Mattis Impressed With Colombian Progress, Concerned About Venezuela - Defense Secretary James N. Mattis said he came away from Colombia impressed by the progress he witnessed there, but that hes concerned about the unrest in neighboring Venezuela.

Military Aircraft Crash in Iraq Highlights Dangers Troops Face Each Day - Yesterdays military aircraft crash in Iraq highlights the dangers service members face every day, Pentagon spokesman Army Col. Robert Manning III told reporters today.

The ART of Training the Total Force - Intelligence analysts sit in front of computer monitors, closely watching images of an ongoing mission, but they are feeling stressed. The reason for this stress could vary, from work to personal issues

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