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The Coolest Experiment in the Universe - Whats the coldest place you can think of? Temperatures on a winter day in Antarctica dip as low as -120ºF (-85ºC). On the dark side of the Moon, they hit -280ºF (-173ºC). But inside NASAs Cold Atom Laboratory on the International Space Station, scientists are creating something even colder.

Remain United for Syrians, UN Envoy de Mistura Urges Security Council - Addressing the problems plaguing Syria and bring years of brutal fighting to an end, requires further "genuine effort" on the part of influential countries, to talk to each other and work constructively, the veteran United Nations Special Envoy for Syria has said.

New Migration Pact Highlights Role of Business in Protecting Migrants - A group of UN experts welcomed a call for Member States and businesses to join forces in protecting the rights of migrants on Thursday, following the recent adoption of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM) on 10 December.

Instability in Africa Sahel, Spreading Outwards, Security Council Told - Efforts to address the multiple challenges facing Africa Sahel region should be driven by local, regional and national leadership, with the support of international partners as required, the United Nations Special Adviser for the region said on Thursday.

2018 a Terrifying Year for Yemenis - It has been a "terrifying" year for Yemenis but ultimately one of hope, as December talks in Sweden yielded a ceasefire around a key port city with the promise of further substantive consultations between the warring parties next month, the UN Special Envoy for Yemen, told UN News in an exclusive interview on Wednesday.

Navy Undersecretary Visits Allies to Build Military-to-Military Ties in Europe - Navy Undersecretary Thomas B. Modly has returned from a trip to Europe in which he visited vastly different countries facing different challenges, but with the same feeling about their alliance with the United States.

Santa, Elves jump for Operation Toy Drop 2018 - Santa Claus and his elves delivered toys to children via military freefall and static-line jumps as part of the 7th annual Operation Toy Drop event on Alzey Drop Zone, Germany Dec. 11-13, 2018.

NASAs InSight Places First Instrument on Mars - NASAs InSight lander has deployed its first instrument onto the surface of Mars, completing a major mission milestone.

Crime and Drugs in West and Central Africa - West and Central Africa faces "disruptive and destabilising" new trends regarding drug trafficking, drug use and other crimes, according to Yury Fedotov, Executive Director of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), who briefed the UN Security Council on Wednesday.

Yemen Ceasefire Monitoring Team Gets Ready to Begin Operations - A UN-led team tasked with overseeing the ceasefire which came into effect on Tuesday around a number of critical Yemeni ports, has begun planning operations with a conference call to discuss the general outlines of its work, including agreement of a code of conduct, the UN Spokesperson said on Wednesday.

Human Rights Violations in Ukraine - Rights violations have continued unabated and unaddressed in Ukraine and people are still dying amid ongoing conflict between Government forces and armed separatists in the east of the country, a top UN rights official said on Wednesday

Chance for Peace in South Sudan Within Reach - The security situation in South Sudan has significantly improved since the recently signed peace deal between the opposing parties in the countrys civil war, Jean-Pierre Lacroix, head of UN Peacekeeping (DPKO), told the Security Council on Tuesday.

NASA Satellites Spot Young Star in Growth Spurt - An adolescent star in the midst of a dramatic growth phase has been observed with the help of two NASA space telescopes.

InSight Engineers Have Made a Martian Rock Garden - NASAs InSight lander is due to set its first science instrument on Mars in the coming days. But engineers here on Earth already saw it happen - last week.

Trump's Message on Hanukkah - Melania and I send our warmest greetings to our Jewish brothers and sisters in the United States, in Israel, and around the world celebrating Hanukkah.

Satellite Survey of Devastated Ancient Aleppo Raises Recovery Hopes - The first comprehensive survey of the devastation inflicted on the ancient Syrian city of Aleppo by years of urban warfare, has been published thanks to ground-breaking satellite imaging tools, developed by UN agencies - an essential first step towards its eventual reconstruction.

Deteriorating Humanitarian Situation in Gaza and West Bank - The need for aid in the occupied Palestinian territory has increased, following a year that has seen a "serious deterioration in the humanitarian situation," said Jamie McGoldrick, UN Humanitarian Coordinator for the region, in a statement on Monday.

Bringing Paris Climate Deal to Life - After two weeks of crunch negotiations - with overtime - the almost 200 parties gathered in Katowice, Poland, for the United Nations COP24 two-week climate change conference, adopted on Saturday a "robust" set of implementing guidelines for the landmark 2015 Paris Agreement, aimed at keeping global warming well below 2°C compared to pre-industrial levels.

See a Passing Comet This Sunday - On Sunday, Dec. 16, the comet known as 46P/Wirtanen will make one of the 10 closest comet flybys of Earth in 70 years, and you may even be able to see it without a telescope.

NASA Finds Asian Glaciers Slowed by Ice Loss - A NASA-led, international study finds Asias high mountain glaciers are flowing more slowly in response to widespread ice loss, affecting freshwater availability downstream in India, Pakistan and China

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