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Palestinians Get Non-Member State Status in Historic UN Votei
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November 30, 2012 1:59 AM
The United Nations General Assembly has granted non-member state status to the Palestinian Authority. The vote was 138 in favor. The United States was among nine countries that voted against. Forty-one abstained. VOA Correspondent Peter Fedynsky has details from New York City.

Palestinians Get Non-Member State Status in Historic UN Vote

Published November 29, 2012

The United Nations General Assembly has granted non-member state status to the Palestinian Authority. The vote was 138 in favor. The United States was among nine countries that voted against. Forty-one abstained. VOA Correspondent Peter Fedynsky has details from New York City.


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