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United Nations: World Safer Without Nuclear Weapons - At the start of a United Nations conference to negotiate a legally binding instrument to prohibit nuclear weapons, a senior UN official highlighted that creating a world free of such weapons is a common obligation of all States - both nuclear and non-nuclear - and called for their inclusive engagement.

Children Paying the Heaviest Price as Conflict in Yemen Enters Third Year - As the escalation of the conflict in Yemen enters its third year this week, the top United Nations humanitarian official has called on the parties to the conflict to commit to political dialogue and resolve the situation or risk an unending manmade crisis.

Mattis, Qatari Counterpart Pledge Continued Cooperation - Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and Qatari Defense Minister Khalid bin Mohammed al-Attiyah met at the Pentagon today, with both defense leaders expressing the wish that the strong relationship between their nations will continue.

UN Appalled at Killing of Aid Workers in South Sudan - Six aid workers from a national non-governmental organization were killed when their convoy was ambushed yesterday while travelling along the Government-controlled area on the Juba-Pibor road.

U.S. Strike Kills High-Profile Terrorist Leader - A U.S. counterterrorism airstrike conducted March 19 in Paktika province, Afghanistan, resulted in the death of Qari Yasin, a well-known al-Qaida leader, the Defense Department confirmed in a news release yesterday.

Counter-ISIS Strikes Continue in Syria, Iraq - U.S. and coalition military forces continued to attack the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, conducting 34 strikes consisting of 80 engagements against ISIS targets yesterday, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials reported today.

UN Spotlights Slave Descendants Legacy of Achievements - Stressing the importance of remembering slavery and slave trade in human history, the legacy of which resounds down the ages, United Nations Secretary-General Guterres highlighted the contributions that people of African descent have made and are continuing to make to their communities and to the world.

Hundreds of Thousands Trapped in Mosul - An estimated 400,000 Iraqi civilians are trapped in Mosul's Old City as fighting intensifies and people continue to flee, the United Nations refugee agency representative today warned.

UN Marks Earth Hour 2017 - The United Nations this evening dimmed the lights at its iconic Headquarters complex in New York and other facilities around the world in observance of the tenth annual Earth Hour.

Defense Secretary Meets With Indian National Security Advisor - Defense Secretary Jim Mattis hosted Indian National Security Advisor Doval at the Pentagon today.

Trump Hosts Medal of Honor Recipients at White House - A third of the nations living Medal of Honor recipients gathered at the White House today to commemorate Medal of Honor Day with President Donald J. Trump.

Mattis Welcomes Greek Defense Minister to Pentagon - Defense Secretary Jim Mattis met with Greek Defense Minister Panos Kammenos at the Pentagon today to discuss security and defense issues of mutual concern.

Eucom, NATO Confront Dynamic Challenges From Russia to ISIS - Threats from violent extremists and a resurgent Russia require both strong U.S. capabilities in Europe and a sustained commitment to the NATO alliance.

DoD Officials Discuss Countering WMD, Threats Posed By Synthetic Biology - Senior defense officials detailed before a House panel today Defense Department programs for countering traditional weapons of mass destruction and its plans for countering a new threat posed by the adversarial use of synthetic biology tools.

Second Lady Honors Military Women - Karen Pence, the wife of Vice President Michael R. Pence, honored military women today as part of events for Women's History Month.

Dunford: Now is the Time to Address Military Readiness Shortfalls - Military readiness must be bolstered, Defense Department leaders told the Senate Appropriations Defense Subcommittee today.

U.S. Air Force Trains Alongside Japanese and South Korean Counterparts - US military and allies keeping America safe.

Mattis Urges Congressional Support for Additional $30 Billion for Defense - The $30 billion in requested additional defense funding for fiscal year 2017 would be used to strengthen the military and protect the nation against emerging global security challenges, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said on Capitol Hill today.

DoD Committed to Treating All Personnel With Dignity - The Defense Department is committed to promoting an environment where all service members are treated with dignity and respect.

Mattis, Finnish Defense Minister Meet at Pentagon - Defense Secretary Jim Mattis met with Finnish Defense Minister Jussi Niinisto today at the Pentagon to discuss a range of security issues, including Russian aggression.

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