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U.S. foes bash U.S. and U.N at Cuba summit

Developing nations, including Iran, North Korea, Venezuela and Cuba, moved to forged a anti-U.S. alliance and support Tehran’s right to nuclear technology at a summit of Non-Aligned nations on Saturday. More than 50 heads of state and leaders from over 100 developing countries were debating a document backing Iran’s right to nuclear technology for peaceful ends and another sharply critical of Israel’s recent war in Lebanon. Leaders took turns at the podium to criticize global poverty, unfair trade practices and “arbitrary” actions by powerful nations that — they complained — controlled the United Nations. Full Story

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