Iran, Syria and North Korea Stall Arms Treaty

UNITED NATIONS (New York Times) — The global attempt to establish a universal standard to regulate the sale of conventional weapons suffered a temporary setback on Thursday after Iran, Syria and North Korea opposed the draft Arms Trade Treaty, blocking the consensus needed for it to pass after years of arduous negotiations.



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