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U.N. Approves Anti-Terrorism Initiative

The U.N. Security Council on Friday unanimously approved a resolution that expands the organization’s fight against terrorism by urging the United Nations’ 191 member states to prosecute and extradite anyone who supports or engages in terrorism. The resolution, which passed 15 to 0, was introduced by Russia after Chechen militants staged an attack on a school in Beslan, Russia, that killed 338 people, more than half of them children. It marked the first time that the 15-nation council has committed to taking the fight against terrorists beyond al Qaeda, its associates and the Taliban. Full Story

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