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Special Operations Leaders Update Senators on Efforts - U.S. special operations forces are relevant to all the nations security priorities, the vice commander of U.S. Special Operations Command told a Senate Armed Services Committee panel today.

Mattis Welcomes Dutch Defense Minister to Pentagon - Defense Secretary James N. Mattis met with Defense Minister Ank Bijleveld of the Netherlands at the Pentagon today.

Horrors Faced by Thousands Held in Arbitrary Detention in Libya - Armed groups in Libya are holding thousands of people in detention where they are being submitted to torture and other human rights violations, according to a United Nations report published on Tuesday.

Security Council Fails to Adopt Three Resolutions on Chemical Weapons Use in Syria - Days after alleged chemical weapons attack in the Damascus suburb of Douma, the United Nations Security Council failed to adopt two competing resolutions that would have established a mechanism to investigate use of such weapons in Syria, as well as another concerning a fact-finding mission in the war-torn country.

Security Council Urged to Prevent Escalation in Syria - The recent escalating violence across Syria, including allegations of chemical weapons use in a Damascus suburb, could have consequences so devastating they are difficult to even imagine, a United Nations envoy warned Monday, calling for unity among global powers to prevent a chain of events that could draw in actors far beyond the region.

Mattis, Qatari Leader Reaffirm Strategic Security Partnership - Defense Secretary James N. Mattis welcomed the emir of Qatar to the Pentagon today for a meeting to reaffirm the strategic security partnership between the U.S. and Qatar.

DoD Official Highlights Value of Artificial Intelligence to Future Warfare - Mining the advantages of artificial intelligence is in the best interest of national security, a senior Pentagon official said today at the New America Future of War Conference here.

Air Guard Unit Uses Teal Ribbons in Sexual Assault Prevention Campaign - Teal ribbons adorned the lawn surrounding the Brig. Gen. Joseph W. Turner Complex parking area here April 7, each signifying one of the 435 sexual assaults reported within Air National Guard units throughout the United States in 2016.

Bound for Mars: Countdown to First Interplanetary Launch from California - In the early morning hours of May 5, millions of Californians will have an opportunity to witness a sight they have never seen before - the historic first interplanetary launch from Americas West Coast.

UN Chief Guterres Visits China - During an official visit, United Nations Secretary-General Guterres on Sunday met in Beijing with Xi Jinping, President of China, where he congratulated the President on his recent re-election.

Security Council Debates Salisbury Chemical Attack - During a heated debate in the United Nations Security Council on Thursday, Russia again rejected allegations levelled by the United Kingdom that Moscow was behind a deadly nerve-agent attack in the English city of Salisbury on 4 March.

Nearly 800 Venezuelans Arriving in Brazil Each Day - The United Nations refugee agency is scaling up its assistance to the rapidly growing number of Venezuelans arriving in Brazil, with daily arrivals averaging 800 in recent days amid the worsening political and socio-economic situation in their country.

UN Marks World Health Day - The head of the World Health Organization on Friday marked World Health Day, and the agencys 70th anniversary, with a strong call for universal health coverage, to ensure that all people can get quality health services, where and when they need them, without suffering financial hardship.

UN Condemns Attack in Mali - Late Friday night the United Nations Security Council condemned an attack earlier in the day on a vehicle of the UN Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali that killed a Nigerien peacekeeper in Gao.

Wounded Troops Share Stories, Strength - Eight wounded service members returned to Afghanistan April 3 as part of the 24th iteration of Operation Proper Exit to bring a message of hope and resiliency to soldiers deployed here. The event facilitated frank discussions about the best outcomes for some of the worst injuries soldiers face

Mattis Meets Slovenian Defense Minister - During his meeting with Slovenian Defense Minister Andreja Katic at the Pentagon today, Defense Secretary James N. Mattis thanked the minister for her countrys friendship and security partnership with the United States and NATO.

DoD Extends Sympathy to Families of Service Members Killed in Separate Accidents - The Defense Department extends its deepest sympathies and prayers to the families and friends of the four Marines who died in an April 3 helicopter training accident in California and an Air Force Thunderbirds pilot who died yesterday in an F-16 crash in Nevada, chief Pentagon spokesperson Dana W. White told reporters today.

DoD Enhances Support for U.S. Border Security Mission - The Defense Department is enhancing its support to the Department of Homeland Security to secure the U.S. border with Mexico, chief Pentagon spokesperson Dana W. White said today.

ISIS Caliphate Defeat is Near - The defeat of the caliphate that the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria claimed in Syria is near, top Defense Department officials said at the Pentagon today.

UN Honours Enduring Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King - Recalling the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., who was assassinated 50 years ago today, United Nations Secretary-General Guterres urged the world to build on the civil rights leaders work for equality and social justice.

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