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Activists Worry About Darfur Violence Spreading Through Region - Washington – The violence in Darfur, Sudan, is spreading to neighboring countries – Chad and the Central African Republic – according to award-winning actress and UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Mia Farrow.

1.16 million Newborns in sub-Saharan Africa die each year UN report - Each year at least 1.16 million newborns die in sub-Saharan Africa within the first 28 days of life, making the region the world"s most dangerous to be born in, yet

Afghanistan: UN agencies call on all sides in conflict to facilitate polio vaccination - United Nations agencies today called on the Afghan Government, military groups and anti-government forces to agree to

2nd BCT, 10th Mtn. Div. BOLT helps secure Iraqis future - RADWANIYAH, Iraq " Mohamad, an Iraqi farmer, found it difficult enough to survive on what produce he could eke out of his small desert farm. But when some of the carefully constructed irrigation channels were destroyed, he had no way to provide for his family.

How to Prepare for Holiday Travel Airports and More - WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Air Transport Association (ATA), Airports Council International – North America (ACI-NA) and the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) are informing the traveling public how they can prepare for security screening during the busy holiday travel season.

American Indian Musicians Make Many Kinds of Music - Washington -- American Indian musicians are composing and playing not only traditional music but also works for string quartets, chamber and symphony

Turkey Day in Iraq - CAMP LIBERTY — Thanksgiving Day has historically been the biggest meal military dining facilities serve around the globe. This year’s banquet in Baghdad will be no exception

People Should Get Annual Flu Shots, Official Says - WASHINGTON - All people, particularly very young and older citizens, should obtain an annual flu shot, a top DoD health official said here today.

Bush Condemns Assassination of Lebanese Cabinet Minister - Washington -- President Bush strongly condemned the assassination of Lebanese Industry Minister Pierre Gemayel, calling for a complete investigation as well as for the international community’s continued support

International Donors Condemn Sri Lanka Cease-Fire Violations - Washington – Members of an international contact group working to achieve a peaceful settlement of the conflict between the Sri Lankan government and the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) expressed alarm at the rising violence in Sri Lanka, condemned

Annan and Security Council condemn assassination of Lebanese Government minister - Secretary-General Kofi Annan and the Security Council expressed shock and condemnation today at the assassination of Lebanon’s Industry Minister Pierre Gemayel, calling for restraint from all sides and urging national unity.

Bosnia and Herzegovina: 11th Anniversary of the Dayton Peace Accord - Eleven years ago, the Dayton Peace Accords ended a savage war in Bosnia and Herzegovina that claimed over 100,000 lives, brutalized, injured and displaced millions more. The leadership of the United States and NATO's military intervention was critical in achieving peace. Barely a decade

NATO Leaders To Discuss Global Missions at Riga Summit - Washington -- The United States has made great efforts to strengthen diplomatic relations with Europe and is ready to work alongside European governments to

U.S., China Complete 2nd Phase SAREX Off Southern China - ABOARD JUNEAU, At Sea (NNS) -- Following a port visit to Zhanjiang, People’s Republic of China, USS Juneau (LPD 10) participated in a bilateral search and rescue exercise (SAREX) with the city’s naval namesake

311 Is The Only Way To Fly - At the Transportation Security Administration, our primary mission is to ensure the security of air travel. We use many layers to accomplish this, the most visible layers occurring when they go through the security line. TSA

The Case of the Phony Faxes, FBI Stories - Fax machines around the nation were humming the week before Christmas '04, with a series of mysterious messages spitting out by the tens of thousands.

27 Charged in Drug Ring Operation - DEA and other law enforcement officials announced the successful results of Operation Central Hub, a federal drug investigation that charged 27 individuals with drug

First Responders, Technology Transfers Benefit Warfighter - WASHINGTON, Nov. 21, 2006 " The Defense Department"s technology transfer program, which shares newly developed DoD technologies with civilian first responders, benefits both communities in cost effectiveness and

Middle East Partnership Initiative Providing More than $1.1 Million for U.S.-Middle East University Partnerships - The Department of State's Middle East Partnership Initiative (MEPI) is supporting greater freedom and opportunity for students in the region with four new grants totaling $1,160,000 for partnerships between colleges and universities in the United States and the Middle East. The projects selected for awards include:

Troops at Hickam AFB in Hawaii Visits with President Bush - Laura and I are honored to be with you. We're honored to say thanks on behalf of a grateful nation. And I'm pleased to tell you that the work you're doing will lead to peace for generations to come.


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