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By Edith M. Lederer, Associated Press
The U.N. Security Council has adopted a resolution demanding that all countries enforce the widely violated U.N. arms embargo on Libya and withdraw all mercenaries from the North African nation.
Friday's vote in the 15-member council was two in favor, two against and 11 abstentions, leaving it far short of the minimum nine "yes" votes required for adoption.
President Barack Obama could lift restrictions on arms sales when he makes his first visit to Vietnam next week. That would remove a final vestige of wartime animosity but would not please China, which views growing U.S. defense ties in…
By Matthew Pennington, Associated Press
Though a number of self-imposed deadlines have come and gone, the world's major powers will continue to negotiate on an Iranian nuclear deal throughout the weekend in hopes of clinching an agreement. Judy Woodruff gets an update from Michael Gordon…
By PBS NewsHour
Armed Zimbabwe riot police raided the headquarters of the opposition party embroiled in an election standoff with President Robert Mugabe Friday, forcing hundreds of people into the streets, news agencies report.
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