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US vows to help Iraq promote stability in face of ‘enemies’
U.S. deputy ambassador Richard Mills said helping Iraq prevent a resurgence of ISIS and working toward the country’s stability also means supporting its efforts to hold peaceful elections on Oct. 10
UN report: Up to 30,000 Islamic State members in Iraq, Syria
The Islamic State extremist group has up to 30,000 members roughly equally distributed between Syria and Iraq and its global network poses a rising threat — as does al-Qaida, which is much stronger in places, a United Nations report says.
UN experts: North Korea hasn’t stopped nuke and missile programs
North Korea has not stopped its nuclear and missile programs and is violating U.N. sanctions including by "a massive increase in illicit ship-to-ship transfers of petroleum products," U.N. experts said in a new report.
Russia says expert body on Syria chemical attacks 'is dead'
Russia’s U.N. ambassador said Wednesday the expert body that has determined responsibility for chemical weapons attacks in Syria “is dead” — but Moscow is ready to discuss “a new mechanism.”
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