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Guterres warns of ‘nuclear annihilation’ at conference over nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty

The UN secretary general has warned that geopolitical tensions are at levels not seen since the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis. Germain Foreign Minister Baerbock has called for further disarmament.

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