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Security Council Pledges Support for Push to Revive South Sudan Peace Pact - As the brutal conflict in South Sudan enters its fifth year, the United Nations Security Council on Thursday said it remains deeply concerned over the situation there, and expressed strong support for a regional initiative aimed at salvaging a 2015 peace deal.

UN Urges El Salvador to Reform Draconian Abortion Laws - The United Nations human rights wing has called on the Latin American nation, El Salvador, to immediately halt the application of a law that unduly penalizes women for abortion-related offenses and to review all cases to ensure their compliance with international human rights standards.

UN Condemns Mass Execution in Iraq - Expressing deep shock at a mass execution of 38 men at a prison in the Iraqi city of Nassiriya, the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights has called on the country to establish an immediate moratorium and carry out an urgent and comprehensive review of its criminal justice system.

UN: American Dream Quickly Becoming an Illusion - The number of Americans living in poverty and the already high income inequality could worsen further in the days to come, making the United States the most unequal society in the world, the United Nations expert on extreme poverty and human rights warned Friday.

Guardsmen on Firewatch In California Skies - Nine members of the New York Air National Guard 174th Attack Wing have deployed to assist the California Air National Guard 163rd Attack Wing in flying the MQ-9 Reaper remotely piloted aircraft that have been helping local authorities fight the massive Thomas Fire in Southern California.

Mattis: Iran Working to Destabilize Middle East - Everywhere you find turmoil in the Middle East, you find Irans hand in it, Defense Secretary James N. Mattis told reporters at the Pentagon yesterday.

DoD Shows Iranian Weapons as Proof of Tehran's Duplicitous Ambitions - Successive U.S. administrations have warned of Irans malign influence in the Middle East, but lying in a hangar at Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling here is concrete proof that the Iranian regime is exporting arms to sow instability and promote violence throughout the region.

Air Force Military Working Dogs Deter Trouble - An overlooked part of the Air Force enlisted force walks on four feet, rather than two.

Nikki Haley Says Iran Must Stop Destabilizing Behavior - Standing in front of an Iranian rocket fired at an international airport in Saudi Arabia, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said Iran must stop all its destabilizing behavior.

UN: Half the World Lacks Access to Essential Health Services - At least half of the worlds population cannot obtain essential health services, and nearly 100 million people are being pushed into extreme poverty each year due to the out-of-pocket health expenses they must pay, according to a United Nations-backed study.

UN Chief Praises Japan's Universal Health Coverage - Health is everyones right and a driver of economic development, United Nations Secretary-General Guterres stressed Thursday, expressing the UNs readiness to help countries move towards health coverage for all.

Congressional Support Needed for TBI Research - Continued Congressional support for traumatic brain injury treatment and diagnosis will enable further research, clinical innovations and focus on military readiness, said Navy Capt. Michael Colston, the Defense Departments director of military health policy and oversight for the assistant secretary of defense for health affairs.

Reservists Bundle Christmas Joy for Remote Islanders - Air Force reservists from the 44th Aerial Port Squadron here worked alongside the people of Guam on Dec. 9, filling boxes full of critical supplies as part of Operation Christmas Drop.

South Asia Strategy Already Paying Off in Afghanistan - Government forces are developing momentum that will mean a very bad fighting season for the Taliban and other enemies of Afghanistan, Air Force Brig. Gen. Lance Bunch told Pentagon reporters today.

Trump Signs Fiscal Year 2018 Defense Authorization - President Donald J. Trump signed the fiscal year 2018 National Defense Authorization Act into law during a White House ceremony today.

Recruiter Flies Around Remote Alaska to Fill Army Ranks - As a new recruiter working remote Alaskan villages scattered across an area larger than many U.S. states, Army Sgt. 1st Class Robert Masterman was on a path to defeat.

Small Army Post Supports Counterterrorism Fight in Africa - At an Army outpost in a sun-scorched area of northern Cameroon, there's a small task force with larger implications than its size may suggest.

Iraqi, Syrian Democratic Forces Destroy ISIS Caliphate - While Iraqi security forces and Syrian Democratic Forces have destroyed the idea of an Islamic State of Iraq and Syria Caliphate, much work remains to be done against the terror group, Pentagon spokesman Army Col. Robert Manning said today.

Inherent Resolve Strikes Target ISIS in Syria, Iraq - U.S. and coalition military forces continued to attack the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria over the last three days, conducting 14 strikes consisting of 27 engagements, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials reported today.

Not Enough Being Done to Shield Civilians from Violence in Somalia - The armed conflict in Somalia continues to exact a heavy toll on civilians, damaging infrastructure and livelihoods, displacing millions of people, and impeding access to humanitarian relief for communities in need, according to a United Nations report launched today in the countrys capital, Mogadishu.

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