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UN: Global Stockpile of Yellow Fever Vaccine Running Low - The global stockpile of the yellow fever vaccine may not be sufficient if simultaneous outbreaks hit the densely populated areas not covered by emergency responses, the United Nations health agency has warned.

UN Marks "Day to Combat Desertification" - Nearly 800 million people are chronically undernourished as a direct consequence of land degradation, declining soil, fertility, unsustainable water use, drought and biodiversity loss.

UN Human Rights Panel Concludes ISIL is Committing Genocide Against Yazidis - ISIS is committing genocide against Yazidis that amounts to crimes against humanity and war crimes, a United Nations-mandated human rights inquiry reported today.

Ban Expresses Deep Concern Over the Continuing Political Uncertainty in Haiti - Concerned that the prevailing uncertainty in Haiti is further compounding the numerous political and socio-economic challenges facing the country, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said that further delays in completing the electoral process can potentially affect stability in the country, as well as international support to it.

13 million Yemenis Need Immediate Help - The top United Nations relief official for Yemen has reported that more than 13 million Yemenis are in need of immediate life-saving assistance as a result of a bleak humanitarian situation in the country that continues to worsen.

UN to Double Aid to Niger`s Conflict-torn Diffa Region - Faced with a new wave of displacement following recent Boko Haram attacks in Niger`s south-eastern Diffa region and with needs on the rise, the United Nations food relief agency plans to double its food and nutrition assistance, aiming to gradually increase its life-saving support to more than 250,000 people in Niger`s embattled southern region.

UN Women Announces Anne Hathaway as Goodwill Ambassador - The United Nations entity tasked with promoting gender equality today announced the appointment of Academy Award-winning American actor Anne Hathaway as global Goodwill Ambassador.

Progress Made in Slow, Tough Fight for Fallujah - Iraqi forces, backed by coalition strikes, are making "slow but steady" progress in the tough fight to take back Fallujah, a spokesman for Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve said today.

Face of Defense: Marine, Mother Wins at First Bodybuilding Competition - Lean physique, spray tan, tiny sequin bikini, makeup and hair done. The hunger, the exhaustion and the hours of training all came together for one moment under the lights. Showtime.

Ash Carter, Ukrainian Minister Discuss Defense Issues in Brussels - Defense Secretary Ash Carter and Ukrainian Defense Minister Gen. Stepan Poltorak discussed several defense-related issues today during a meeting on the sidelines of a NATO defense ministers conference in Brussels, Pentagon Press Secretary Peter Cook said in a statement.

Strikes Continue Against ISIL Terrorists in Syria, Iraq - U.S. and coalition military forces continued to attack Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant terrorists in Syria and Iraq yesterday, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials reported today.

In Wake of Mass Shooting, UN Urges US to Consider Robust Gun Control - In the wake of the mass killing of 49 people by a sole gunman in a gay nightclub in Florida, the United Nations human rights chief today urged the leadership of the United States to live up to its obligations to protect its citizens from the horrifyingly commonplace but preventable violent attacks that are the direct result of insufficient gun control.

UN Warns of growing Exploitation Risk for Migrant Children Arriving in Europe - More than nine out of 10 refugee and migrant children arriving in Europe this year through Italy are unaccompanied, the United Nations Children's Fund reported today, warning of the growing threats of abuse, exploitation and death that such children are facing.

U.S. Apache Helicopters Join Counter-ISIL Fight - U.S. Apache helicopters have entered the fight in Iraq against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, Defense Secretary Ash Carter told reporters yesterday.

Service Members Join Carter at NBA Finals as League Highlights DoD Partnership - At the invitation of National Basketball Association Commissioner Adam Silver, four service members from around the country representing the Army, Navy, Marine Corps and Air Force joined Defense Secretary Ash Carter at Game 4 of the NBA Finals in Cleveland last night.

President Obama on the Tragic Shooting in Orlando - Summary: President Obama delivered a statement on the tragic shooting that took place overnight in Orlando, Florida.

UN Chief Ban Condemns Horrific Attack in Orlando - United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon condemned an attack that occurred early this morning in Orlando, Florida, in which 50 people were killed and dozens more were injured.

Iraq: UN Refugee Agency Warns of Struggles and New Displacements in Mosul - More than half a million people remain uprooted from their homes two years after fleeing violence in the Iraqi city of Mosul, while military activities in the north and south-east of the city are causing fresh displacement, the United Nations refugee agency said today.

Haiti: UN Supports Government in Potable Water Campaign - Some 30,000 residents of three localities in Haiti now have access to potable water, thanks to a sanitation campaign launched by the Government and supported by the United Nations following a cholera epidemic that killed almost 100 people in the community.

Coalition Strikes Hit ISIL Targets in Iraq, Syria - U.S. and coalition military forces continued to attack Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant terrorists in Iraq and Syria yesterday, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials reported today.

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