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Leaders condemn Russia’s war in Ukraine at UN talks

By DW
21 September 2022   |   10:47 am
Day One of the UN General Assembly was marked by a grim assessment of the state of the world by UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres. And Germany joined other nations in blasting permanent Security Council member Russia over its war in Ukraine.

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