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Despite Ceasefire Children Still Dying in Yemen War - Responding to the violent deaths of five children in the Yemeni port city of Hudaydah on Thursday, Henrietta Fore, Executive Director of UNICEF, said that Yemens civil war continues to take a "horrific toll" on children.

UN Marks 'World Hearing Day' - Many people live with unidentified hearing loss, often failing to realize that they are missing out on certain sounds and words. To address this problem, the World Health Organization (WHO) is urging people on this years World Hearing Day, held on March 3, to check their hearing.

Proper Eating Increases Health Benefits, Readiness - Lt. Col. Saunya N. Bright has been in the Air Force 18 years. During that time, she said, the food in military dining facilities has improved dramatically in terms of nutritional value and healthy eating choices.

Officials Explain U.S. Space Force Need, Culture - The U.S. Space Force will allow the Defense Department to deliver space capabilities and results faster, better and ahead of adversaries, Pentagon officials said today.

Secretary DeVos: America's Students Deserve Freedom to Choose Their Education Options - We propose that students should be free to learn in ways that work for them, no matter where they pursue their education or how they learn.

Trump Hails Vietnam's Commitment to Expanding Commercial Partnerships with American Companies - Moving forward as partners, we will achieve great prosperity and success for the American people and for the Vietnamese people.

The Funds Available to Address the National Emergency at Our Border - The current situation at the southern border presents a border security and humanitarian crisis that threatens core national security interests and constitutes a national emergency.

UN: Migration and Sustainable Development Interconnected - Migration and sustainable development are "deeply interconnected" and the 2030 Agenda, the UNs blueprint for a sustainable future for all, will not be achieved if we do not "comprehensively include migrants," the President of the General Assembly said on Wednesday.

UN: Silence the Guns in Africa - Arms control, the illegal exploitation of natural resources, and the United Nations role in "silencing the guns in Africa" were the focus of a Security Councils debate on Wednesday, aimed at conflict prevention across the continent.

UN: Stateless Rohingya Refugee Children Living in Untenable Situation - With around half a million in effect, stateless Rohingya refugee children living in Bangladeshs Coxs Bazar camp, the United Nations Childrens Fund chief stressed on Friday that the international community must address their "untenable situation" and "invest in this generation."

UN: Migrants and Refugees Boost Hope for Human Rights - Peoples rights are under fire "in many parts of the globe," UN Secretary-General António Guterres told the Human Rights Council on Monday, before insisting that he was not "losing hope," thanks to the progress made by powerful grassroots movements for social justice.

Syria in Desperate Need of Aid - Staggering levels of humanitarian need persist throughout Syria, the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs told Security Council members on Tuesday.

Modernizing Nuclear Triad Critical to Defense - The nuclear triad, which is composed of submarine-launched ballistic missiles, intercontinental ballistic missiles and bombers, is the most important element of our national defense.

No Child Spared the Violence of Yemen War - Four years of violence in Yemen has not spared a single child, a top UN Childrens Fund official said on Monday, on the eve of a pledging conference in Geneva to help alleviate the suffering of millions across the country.

After a Reset, Curiosity Is Operating Normally - NASAs Curiosity rover is busy making new discoveries on Mars.

Shanahan, Dunford Visit U.S.-Mexico Border - Acting Defense Secretary Patrick M. Shanahan and Marine Corps Gen. Joe Dunford, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, journeyed to Texas over the weekend to get a feel for the situation on the Southwest border.

Women and Human Rights: Front and Center at the Oscar Ceremony This Year - Gender equality, the marginalization of indigenous languages, migration, the refugee crisis, the lives of domestic workers, poverty ... All these issues which are at the heart of the United Nations work, are also front and centre in some of the films celebrated this year at the Academy Awards.

Funds Urgently Needed to Save Millions in Yemen From Horrific Plight - Preparations are being finalized at the UN for a $4.2 billion appeal to scale up help to millions of people in Yemen, where years of war have created the worlds worst humanitarian emergency.

Afghanistan: 2018 Saw Record-high Civilians Killed in Decade - With over 3,800 civilian women, children and men killed in just one year, Afghanistan has hit yet another record.

Survey Says: Majority of Spouses Satisfied With Military Life - The latest survey of active-duty and reserve-component service members spouses shows the spouses are, by and large, happy with the military lifestyles they lead.


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