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Breastfeeding Within Hour of Birth Provides Baby`s First Vaccine - The United Nations Children`s Fund warned today that some 77 million of the world`s newborns are not breastfed within the first hour of birth, depriving them of essential nutrients and antibodies and thus exposing them to an increased risk of death.

UN Marks 'International Day of Friendship' - Marking the International Day of Friendship, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today urged everyone to unite in a shared spirit of human solidarity to overcome the crises confronting the global society.

Military Strikes Continue Against ISIL in Syria, Iraq - U.S. and coalition military forces continued to attack Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant terrorists in Syria and Iraq yesterday, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials reported today.

Ready for Olympic Games, UN-supported Refugee Athletes Set Out for Rio - Five middle-distance runners from South Sudan, until recently living in Kenya`s Kakuma refugee camp, have flown out of the capital city of Nairobi to take part in the first-ever Olympic refugee team for the Summer Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, the United Nations refugee agency has said.

Allegation of DoD Official`s Support in Attempted Turkey Coup Untrue - Turkey is a key United States ally and any suggestion of a Defense Department official supporting a recent military coup there is unfounded, Pentagon Press Secretary Peter Cook told reporters today.

Centcom Assessing If Airstrike in Syria Accidently Claimed Civilian Lives - U.S. Central Command has begun an assessment to determine if a U.S. airstrike yesterday near Manbij, Syria, resulted in unintentional civilian deaths, Pentagon Press Secretary Peter Cook told reporters today.

UN: Millions in Drought-hit Southern Africa Need Support - Some 23 million people in southern Africa are in need of urgent support to be able to produce enough food to feed themselves and avoid being dependent on humanitarian assistance until mid-2018.

UN Marks 'International Tiger Day' - The United Nations Environment Programme Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific today marked International Tiger Day with a call for urgent action to protect tigers and combat illegal trade in wildlife.

Putin Pushing Russia`s Foreign Policy Boundaries - Russian President Vladimir Putin is pushing the boundaries for what his country`s foreign policy is going to be about for the next decade, the acting assistant secretary of defense for international security affairs said today at the Aspen Security Forum in Colorado.

UN Concerned by Child Labour Bill in India - Voicing concern over the amended Child Labour Bill in India which could legitimize family work and further disadvantage children from poor families UNICE has urged the removal of certain provisions and establishing a robust monitoring mechanism.

Turkey: Ban Seeks Update on Current Probe into Attempted Coup - In a telephone call with the Turkish Foreign Minister Ban Ki-moon sought an update on current investigations and measures to hold those responsible for the attempted coup to account.

NORAD, Northcom, Mexican Air Force Coordinate on Illicit-Flight Exercise - The early morning call came through the command center here near Peterson Air Force Base today: a simulated illicit flight was heading out of the United States to Mexico.

UN Urges Dominican Republic to Protect Women`s Rights to Reproductive Health - Expressing serious concern over the proposed penal code amendment that would criminalize abortions, United Nations human rights experts today urged the Dominican Republic`s President and legislators to protect women`s rights to sexual and reproductive health in the Caribbean country.

Obama: Protecting the Progress We`ve Made with Wall Street Reform - Senator Elizabeth Warren joined President Obama to discuss how far we've come since the financial crisis.

Military Strikes Hit ISIL Terrorists in Syria, Iraq - U.S. and coalition military forces continued to attack Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant terrorists in Syria and Iraq yesterday, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials reported today.

UN: Recent Attacks on Hospitals in Aleppo War Crimes - UNICEF reiterated today that attacks on health facilities are a blatant violation of international humanitarian law and can amount to war crimes.

Syria: UN Envoy Aims for Peace Talks to Resume in Late August - The United Nations envoy mediating a resolution to the five-year crisis in Syria said today he aims to convene a new round of intra-Syrian peace talks towards the end of August.

Strikes Target ISIL Terrorists in Syria, Iraq - U.S. and coalition military forces continued to attack Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant terrorists in Syria and Iraq yesterday, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials reported today.

Somalia: UN Calls for Better Protection of Children Affected by Armed Conflict - Concluding a six-day visit to Somalia, a United Nations child rights envoy has called for better protection of children caught up in armed conflict, urging the country's authorities to treat former child soldiers as victims in need of protection rather than as criminals.

Over 26,000 People Flee South Sudan into Uganda - Some 26,500 South Sudanese, mostly women and children, have crossed into Uganda since fighting between rival forces erupted in and around the capital, Juba, on 7 July, the United Nations refugee agency reported today.

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