The United States took its postwar plans for Iraq to the United Nations on Friday, trying to persuade the Security Council to lift sanctions against the battered nation and give U.S. and British administrators control over its oil revenues.
President Bush and Russian President Vladimir Putin agreed to intensify their efforts to work with the United Nations Security Council toward a solution to the Iraq crisis.
The United Nations' nuclear watchdog agency declared North Korea in breach of international nuclear safeguards on Wednesday and referred the issue to the United Nations Security Council.
The U.N. Security Council passed a resolution endorsing the idea of a Palestinian state and calling for "the immediate cessation of violence" late last night.
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