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U.S. Stands by Afghan People After Taliban Heinous Acts, Mattis Says - During a visit to the headquarters of NATO in the Afghan capital of Kabul today, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis had stern words for the April 21 Taliban attack on an Afghan military base and mosque, in which more than 100 people were killed.

UN Praises Spread of Literacy Among Women - The increase in reading and writing proficiency among women is a result of the significant up tic in their enrolment and completion of primary education over the last five decades.

UN: Addressing Fragility of Societies Key to Preventing Conflicts - The United Nations is making the world a better place.

UN Air Lifts Food, Medical Supplies to 31,000 Famine Stricken Somalis - As the drought intensifies in south and north-eastern Somalia, the United Nations emergency food relief agency today airlifted to Mogadishu enough high-energy biscuits to assist 31,000 people for three days.

UN Celebrares Earth Day - Environmental and climate literacy is the engine not only for creating green voters and advancing environmental and climate laws and policies but also for accelerating green technologies and jobs, the United Nations is emphasizing on Mother Earth Day.

UN Welcomes Release of 26 Qatari Abductees in Iraq - The United Nations has welcomed the release and return to their country of 26 Qatari nationals abducted in Muthanna governorate, Iraq, in December 2015.

UN and World Bank Sign New Partnership - Building resilience for the worlds most vulnerable people by reducing poverty, promoting shared prosperity, enhancing food security, and sustaining peace in crisis affected situations will be the focus of a new partnership framework agreed by the United Nations and World Bank.

Mattis Praises Americas Security Partnership With Israel - The United States is steadfastly committed to Israels security, and appreciates its partnership with Israel in confronting regional and other threats, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said.

Taliban Attack Targets Afghan Government Personnel - A Taliban attack on a mosque and a dining facility today at Camp Shaheen in Afghanistan has killed probably more than 50 friendly Afghan forces and civilians, a U.S. Central Command spokesman said here today.

Mattis, Israeli Prime Minister Discuss Security Issues - Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, speaking to reporters alongside Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu today in Jerusalem before a sit-down meeting, said the United States is committed to achieving peace in the Middle East.

Security Council Condemns Latest DPRK Ballistic Missile Test - Strongly condemning the 15 April ballistic-missile launch conducted by the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea, the United Nations Security Council today demanded that the country immediately cease further actions in violation of the UN bodys relevant resolutions and comply fully with its obligations under these resolutions.

UNICEF Calls for Action to Prevent More Deaths in Central Mediterranean as Attempted Crossings Spike - Noting increases in number of migrants, including children, attempting to reach European shores using the Central Mediterranean route, and consequent rise in number of deaths, the United Nations Childrens Fund has called for safe and legal pathways for those who are fleeing conflict, poverty and depravation.

UN Urges All Efforts be Made to Lower Tensions in Venezuela - The United Nations today expressed concern about the latest developments in Venezuela, calling on the Government and the opposition to address the countrys challenges for the benefit of the people.

Mattis Meets With Saudi Officials in Riyadh, Praises Kingdoms Leadership - Defense Secretary Jim Mattis spoke to reporters after meetings today in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, touching on the kingdoms leading role in regional security as well as on countering Iranian influence and negotiating peace in Yemen.

President Signs Bill to Extend Veterans Choice Health Care Law - President Donald J. Trump signed the Veterans Choice Program Extension and Improvement Act on April 18.

Mattis Discusses Security Cooperation After Egypt Visit - Defense Secretary Jim Mattis met today in Cairo with Egyptian officials and discussed security threats facing the North African nation and ways to boost bilateral security cooperation.

North Korea Recklessly Tried to Provoke, Mattis Says - North Korea most recent unsuccessful missile launch is an attempt to provoke and underscores why the United States is working with the Chinese government to keep the Korean Peninsula nuclear free, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said today.

Mattis Arrives in Saudi Arabia for Talks on Strengthening Strategic Ties - Defense Secretary Jim Mattis began a visit to Saudi Arabia today to discuss efforts to strengthen commitments to the U.S.-Saudi security partnership.

Mike Pence Highlights U.S. Japan Ties in Troop Talk Aboard USS Reagan - Mike Pence Visits Japan.

UN Promotes Power of Youth to Preserve Cultural Heritage - Young people from around the world today joined United Nations staff and international dignitaries in Changsha, China, to show support for protecting and preserving the cultural heritage along the Silk Route.


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