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UN General Assembly demands immediate truce in Syria, end to siege on Aleppo

The United Nations General Assembly voted 122 to 13 on Friday to demand an immediate cessation of hostilities in Syria, humanitarian aid access throughout the country and an end to all sieges, including in… 446 more words

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U.N. passes draft legislation condemning Syrian human rights violations

The Third Committee of the U.N. General Assembly, tasked with social, humanitarian, and cultural missions, approved four draft resolutions on Tuesday targeting countries that have violated human rights, including Syria. 294 more words

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¿Un acuerdo para que Jerusalem sea capital de dos Estados? / an arrangement making Jerusalem the capital of two sates?

Obama debería vetar la resolución que se prevé presente Francia en el Consejo de Seguridad para poner en marcha una conferencia de paz internacional bajo los auspicios de la ONU. 319 more words

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Despite Other Global Conflicts and Occupations, Israel is the Only Country the UN Calls an “Occupying Power”

Forget prolonged military occupations in East Timor, Cyprus, Georgia, Cambodia, Azerbaijan, and the Crimea; Israel is the UN’s only “occupier.”

CounterJihad by Bruce Cornibe, Sept. 26, 2016: 877 more words

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Chinese Premier Says Ties with the U.S. Will Continue

http://www.biphoo.com/bipnews/world-news/chinese-premier-says-ties-with-the-u-s-will-continue.html Chinese Premier Says Ties with the U.S. Will Continue No Matter Who Wins the Election
Chinese Premier Says Ties with the U.S. Will Continue No Matter Who Wins the Election : Li Keqiang declined to comment on which candidate he favored. 17 more words

Obama, In Final UN Speech, Calls For World Course Correction, Makes Jab At Trump

UNITED NATIONS (CBSNewYork/AP) — President Barack Obama warned Tuesday that the forces of globalization have exposed “deep fault lines” across the globe, calling for a “course correction” to ensure that nations and their peoples don’t retreat into a more sharply divided world. 490 more words

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Barack Obama, in final speech to the UN General Assembly, calls for global course correction

President Barack Obama conceded Tuesday that the United States and other world powers have limited ability to solve the most profound challenges facing the world, while calling for a “course correction” for globalization to ensure that nations don’t retreat into a more sharply divided world. 662 more words

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