General Assembly could vote on arms treaty next week

03/29/2013 | Reuters

The United Nations was prevented today by Syria, North Korea and Iran from adopting a proposed international arms treaty. But the U.K., on behalf of multiple countries, sent the draft treaty to Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, asking the General Assembly to vote quickly on it. "Most people in the world want regulation and those are the voices that need to be heard," says Joanne Adamson, the chief U.K. delegate.

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