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Vote for Security Council seat stalled

The vote has been repeated — over and over, 41 times — and with each count, there is no winner in the diplomatic battle over Latin America’s seat on the U.N. Security Council. The two contenders — U.S.-backed Guatemala and Venezuela, led by its fiercely anti-American President Hugo Chavez — refuse to budge, though it has been clear since the early ballots that neither can gain the needed two-thirds support in the 192-nation U.N. General Assembly. Full Story

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