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North Korea test condemned at UN   N Korea nuclear vow after UN acts   North Korea: North Korea has reacted angrily to a resolution condemning its recent rocket launch, pledging to strengthen military and nuclear capabilities Nuclear body refers Syria to UN U.N. votes new sanctions on Iran   The Council voted to impose new sanctions on Iran to try to force it to suspend its nuclear program. President Ahmadinejad dismisses new sanctions U.N. to vote on tougher Iran sanctions New Iran sanctions being tabled Security Council aims for nuke-free world   A meeting of the heads of state, led for the first time by a U.S. president, adopted a resolution focused on stopping the spread of nuclear weapons U.N. tightens sanctions on North Korea  The 15-0 vote on Resolution 1874 is to expand and tighten sanctions on North Korea after that nation's recent nuclear test Security Council blasts N. Korea nuke test UN approves new Iran resolution New sanctions on Iran approved   Iran's foreign minister rejected a unanimous vote by the Security Council because of refusal to suspend its uranium enrichment program Security Council approves Iran sanctions
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  US and Russia agree Syria UN draft   Russia and the US have agreed a draft UN resolution on ridding Syria of chemical weapons, diplomats say UN to get Syria evidence - Russia. Moscow UN powers discuss Syria resolution UN powers discuss Syria proposal France floats tough UN Syria move Syria crisis: UK to put forward UN resolution U.N. passes new North Korea sanctions
  Korea nuclear crisis: US seeks tough UN approach  The US envoy to the UN has urged the Security Council to take the 'strongest possible measures' against North Korea after its nuclear test Security Council calls emergency meeting after North Korea claims hydrogen bomb  The U.S. and other partner countries Sunday called for an emergency meeting of the United Nations Security Council North Korea nuclear test: UN vows new measures  The Security Council says it will begin work immediately on new measures against N Korea, after Pyongyang said it had tested a hydrogen bomb   UN adopts Syria chemical resolution


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  The UN Security Council has unanimously adopted a binding resolution on ridding Syria of chemical weapons
 The 15-member body backed the draft document agreed earlier by Russia and the US. The deal breaks a two-and-a-half year deadlock in the UN over Syria, where fighting between government forces and rebels rages on
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  The U.N. Security Council voted unanimously Thursday for tougher sanctions against North Korea. China, North Korea's key ally agreed to it

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  The Council voted unanimously to impose sanctions for refusing to suspend uranium enrichment
 The resolution orders countries to stop supplying Iran with materials and technology contributed to nuclear and missile programs. It freezes Iranian assets of related to those programs. The resolution increases pressure on the Iran government to prove that it is not trying to make nuclear weapons. Iran rejected the resolution. The US urges even tougher action against Iran
Oct.9 Outcry at N Korea 'nuclear test'   Security Council members are meeting to discuss their reaction Oct.4 World calls for North Korea restraint Jul.10 Security Council split on N Korea  China's ambassador circulated a draft statement condemning the tests, but making no mention of punitive sanctions May.3 Sec. Council receives draft Iran resolution  The U.S., Britain and France introduced a draft that would give Iran a mandate to stop enriching uranium May.1 UN powers to review Iran atom row Apr.28   Iran 'fails to heed nuclear call'
  Mohammed ElBaradei told the UN Security Council that Iran has failed to co-operate with UN inspectors.    The report said that Iran had done little to answer questions over its nuclear intentions. President Ahmadinejad has said Iran does ...
Mar.29 Iran told to curb nuclear program  The Security Council has unanimously called to suspend uranium enrichment activities within 30 days Mar.20 U.N. Iran statement still elusive  Russia, backed by China, blocked agreement on a Security Council statement Mar.9 U.N. tackles Iran nuclear crisis Feb.4   Iran reported to Security Council  27 states out of 35 on the IAEA board backed the move, with 3 against and 5 abstentions Jan.31   Iran angry at U.N. council move  Iran is saying the action would close diplomatic avenues to a solution of its nuclear standoff with the West Jan.30 Iran 'must face Security Council'  England: The permanent members of the U.N. Security Council have agreed Iran should be hauled before that body Jan.12 Europeans: Refer Iran to U.N.  Berlin: Britain, France and Germany have called for IAEA to refer Iran to the Security Council over the atomic ambitions

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Feb.5   Powell made evidence presentation
  Britain and France were at opposite ends of Security Council reaction after presentation of Iraq's noncooperation


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