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Will There Finally be Peace in Yemen? - "Significant progress" is being made in implementing the peace deal reached in Stockholm last December between Government and Houthi leaders in Yemen, according to United Nations Special Envoy Martin Griffiths.

UN Agency Plan Tackles Hidden Cost of Gold - From smartphones to wedding rings, the hidden cost of everyday gold is its threat to human and environmental health, according to a new United Nations-driven initiative launched on Monday that aims to tackle mercury-based mining methods.

Central African Republic Peace Deal - Hailing the recent peace agreement signed by 15 warring parties in the Central African Republic (CAR), the UN Childrens Fund stressed on Monday that "now is the time for action" and outlined concrete steps that armed groups, judicial authorities and the Government can take so the future of millions of children can be safeguarded.

NASA Selects New Mission to Explore Origins of Universe - NASA has selected a new space mission that will help astronomers understand both how our universe evolved and how common are the ingredients for life in our galaxys planetary systems.

Shanahan Discusses Results of Trip to Afghanistan, Iraq, Poland, Belgium, Germany - Patrick M. Shanahan said his first trip as acting defense secretary was timely and has given him a lot to chew on moving forward.

B-52s Lead Joint Training Across Hawaiian Islands - Air and ground force elements came together across the Hawaiian Islands this week to jointly participate in close air support (CAS) training with U.S. Air Force B-52H Stratofortress bombers from Andersen Air Force Base, Guam.

Vice President Details U.S. National Security Policy During Munich Speech - Vice President Mike Pence gave a report card on the Trump administrations security policy two years after telling European leaders that "America first, did not mean America alone."

Nigeria Heads to Polls - As Nigerians get ready to head to the polls on Saturday, the Head of the UN Office for West Africa and the Sahel (UNOWAS), described the pre-election period as "largely, peaceful and participatory," and called for that spirit to prevail through election day and beyond.

Harvested Water Saves Tanzanian Students for Stomach Ulcers - The students in the Tanzanian town of Bagamoyo once had to decide between getting sick or being thirsty all day long.

NASA's InSight Prepares to Take Mars' Temperature - NASAs InSight lander has placed its second instrument on the Martian surface.

Engagement With African Nations Must Matter to Americans - Africa Matters.

Acting Secretary Pleased With Progress of Coalition to Defeat ISIS - Acting Defense Secretary Patrick M. Shanahan said he is pleased with the progress of the coalition to defeat the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, and he reiterated Americas steadfast support for the effort.

Trump's Border Security Victory? - I will never waver from my sacred duty to defend this Nation and its people. We will get the job done.

LGBT Community in Chechnya Faces New Wave of Persecution - People in Chechnya who are suspected of being lesbian, gay or bisexual, are facing a "new wave of persecution" following a spate of killings involving torture, and other rights abuses, said a group of independent UN human rights experts on Wednesday.

U.S. Forces Korea Commander: Tensions Down, But Guard Still Up - While tensions are down along the Demilitarized Zone separating North and South Korea, the process has not gone far enough for forces there to relax, the commander of U.S. Forces Korea told the Senate Armed Services Committee today.

Shanahan: Important Work Remains in Afghanistan - Important work remains to be done in Afghanistan, Acting Defense Secretary Patrick M. Shanahan told reporters traveling with him while en route on his first trip to the country Feb. 10.

NASA's Opportunity Rover Mission on Mars Comes to End - One of the most successful and enduring feats of interplanetary exploration, NASAs Opportunity rover mission is at an end after almost 15 years exploring the surface of Mars and helping lay the groundwork for NASAs return to the Red Planet.

Violence in Mali - The state of human rights and security across Mali is a "cause of grave concern," the independent UN rights expert for the northwest African nation said in a statement on Tuesday, in which he called for an "effective military response" to end the violence and protect the civilian population.

Thousands Flee Violence in South Sudan - Over the past few days thousands of desperate civilians have been fleeing a fresh outbreak of violence in South Sudan Equatoria state, seeking safety in neighbouring Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), many "suffering from trauma."

Rising Hearing Loss Among Young Smartphone Listeners - More than one billion 12 to 35-year-olds, risk irreversible hearing loss from exposure to loud sounds such as music played on their smartphone, UN health experts said on Tuesday, unveiling new guidelines to help address the problem.

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