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Guatemala leads Venezuela in U.N. vote

Guatemala topped Venezuela in the first three rounds of voting Monday for a U.N. Security Council seat, but it failed to get the necessary two-thirds majority to win a two-year term on the powerful United Nations body. The results were an embarrassment to Venezuela’s President Hugo Chavez, who had waged a highly public campaign on the claim that his nation would use its seat on the council to speak out against the United States. The U.S. and its allies argued that Venezuela’s stance could stymie the council and undermine its credibility. Full Story

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