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October 02, 2012 1:13 AM
The U.N. General Assembly's annual debate drew to a close Monday. The week of speeches and meetings focused largely on problems in the Middle East and Africa, including Islamophobia, the conflict in Syria, Iran’s nuclear program and the effort to send military help to Mali’s government. VOA United Nations Correspondent Margaret Besheer wraps up the session.

Annual UN Meeting Wraps Up

Published October 01, 2012

The U.N. General Assembly's annual debate drew to a close Monday. The week of speeches and meetings focused largely on problems in the Middle East and Africa, including Islamophobia, the conflict in Syria, Iran’s nuclear program and the effort to send military help to Mali’s government. VOA United Nations Correspondent Margaret Besheer wraps up the session.


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