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After Four Years of Conflict, Uncertainty Lingers for Displaced Ukrainians - As the conflict in Ukraine enters its fourth year, nearly 1.6 million internally displaced people are struggling to find safety, adequate housing and access to employment, according to the United Nations refugee agency.

UN Chief Congratulates Kenyan People on Peaceful Elections - United Nations Secretary-General Guterres congratulated today the people of Kenya for their peaceful participation in the presidential elections.

2 U.S. Service Members Killed, 5 Injured in Northern Iraq - Two U.S. service members were killed and five others were injured conducting combat operations in northern Iraq.

Dunford to Visit China, South Korea - The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff is traveling to Asia to reassure allies and improve military-to-military ties during a complicated time in the region.

UN: Youth can Play Critical Role In Creating a Peaceful World - In the lead up to International Youth Day, marked annually on 12 August, the United Nations kicked off a commemorative event at its New York Headquarters with a message from Secretary-General Guterres, who underscored his commitment to young people.

UN Concerned About Deteriorating Humanitarian Conditions in Gaza - The United Nations human rights office today expressed deep concern about the steadily deteriorating humanitarian and human rights conditions in Gaza, especially the restrictions on the enclaves power supply.

Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis visits Google Headquarters - Today Secretary Jim Mattis visited Google headquarters and met with leadership to discuss innovative new technologies and methods to best leverage advancements in artificial intelligence, cloud computing and cyber-security for the Department of Defense.

Over 500,000 Children in Libya Need Aid - Ongoing conflict and the breakdown of the economy have left more than a half million children in need of humanitarian aid in Libya, according to the United Nations childrens agency.

Smugglers Throw Hundreds of African Migrants off Boats Headed to Yemen - A total of 300 migrants have reportedly been forced from boats over the past two days by smugglers off the coast of Yemen - many feared dead or missing, the United Nations migration agency has reported.

No Safe Havens Left for ISIS in Syria or Iraq - With 50 percent of Raqqa, Syria, now under the control of Syrian Defense Forces and holding forces in place in Mosul, Iraq, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria has no safe haven left in either country, the Operation Inherent Resolve spokesman said today.

UN Battles Cholera Outbreak in South Sudan - Rapid responses are critical to stemming a cholera outbreak that has afflicted South Sudan for more than a year, exacerbating an already dire humanitarian situation that has left approximately four million people displaced by conflict, according to the UN migration agency.

South Dakota Airmen Team Up With South Korean, Japanese Counterparts - Two U.S. Air Force B-1B Lancer bombers under the command of Pacific Air Forces joined their counterparts from the South Korean and Japanese air forces Aug. 7 in sequenced bilateral missions.

North Korea Must Join International Community, End Pursuit of Nukes - The United States and its allies have the demonstrated capabilities and unquestionable commitment to defend themselves from an attack, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said today in a statement.

Iranian Drone Interferes With USS Nimitz Flight Operations - While operating in international airspace in the central Persian Gulf, an F/A-18E Super Hornet with Strike Fighter Squadron 147, assigned to the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz, had an unsafe and unprofessional interaction with an Iranian QOM-1 unmanned aerial vehicle today, U.S. Central Command officials said.

Coalition Continue Strikes to Defeat ISIS in Syria, Iraq - U.S. and coalition military forces continued to attack the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria yesterday, conducting 31 strikes consisting of 41 engagements, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials reported today.

Readout of Secretary Mattis Meeting With Vietnamese Minister of National Defense Lich - Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis met with Vietnamese Minister of National Defense Ngo Xuan Lich to discuss the growing U.S.-Vietnam defense relationship and regional security challenges.

UN Chief Urges Venezuelans to Ease Tensions and Engage in Negotiations - United Nations Secretary-General Guterres is closely following recent developments in Venezuela, his Spokesperson told reporters today.

MV-22 Osprey Goes Down Off Australian Coast, 3 Personnel Missing - An MV-22 Osprey aircraft went down Aug. 5 in water off the eastern coast of Australia with 26 personnel aboard, Pentagon Defense Press Operations director Navy Capt. Jeff Davis told reporters today.

On Third Anniversary of ISIS Fight, 5 Million are Free from Terrorist Army - Tomorrow marks the third anniversary of the U.S.-led coalition air campaign against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, during which millions of people have been freed from ISIS control, Pentagon spokesman Navy Capt. Jeff Davis said today.

Selva Discusses Nature of Nuclear Deterrence at Mitchell Institute Forum - Nuclear deterrence is the most important mission for the Defense Department, and the nation cannot afford to let this capability atrophy, the vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said here today.

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