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The Middle East at the UN: Look who's talking at the General Assembly debate [Video]

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The United Nations Building in New York hosts the 73rd General Assembly this week (AP)

The 73rd session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) is underway, with the general debate beginning on Tuesday.

No gathering in world politics attracts more heavyweights during its first week.

National leaders converge on the organisation’s HQ, which overlooks New York’s East River, to meet …

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