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U.S. Seeks to Firm Up Terrorist Sanctions

The United States on Wednesday moved to strengthen U.N. sanctions against al-Qaida and the Taliban, circulating a draft resolution that would spell out in far greater detail those who could be punished. U.N. sanctions currently require all 191 U.N. member states to impose a travel ban and arms embargo against those “associated with” Osama bin Laden’s terror network and the former Afghan rulers and to freeze their financial assets.Full Story

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