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By Admin, PBS NewsHour
China began inspecting cargo for weapons at the North Korean border Monday after coming under intense pressure to enforce sanctions imposed by the United Nations over the weekend.
By PBS NewsHour
The United States plans to present another U.N. resolution on disarming Hezbollah in southern Lebanon in an effort to flesh out a peacekeeping plan for the region and break an impasse in the international body.
Arab leaders met with U.N. officials Tuesday to seek an immediate withdrawal of Israeli forces from Lebanon as part of a U.S.-French draft resolution outlining terms of a truce between Israel and Hezbollah.
Diplomats at the United Nations and abroad continued to debate the merits of a second U.S. and British-backed resolution.
Britain, with the support of the U.S. and Spain, introduced a new resolution in the United Nations Security Council Monday saying Iraq has missed "the final opportunity" to disarm peacefully.
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