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The World

Weary delegates from 130 countries completed a stormy review of the nuclear non-proliferation treaty in Geneva by unanimously adopting a report that said the quest for disarmament and an end to testing “remained unfulfilled.” The review conference of the 1970 treaty concluded after an all-night session in which feuding between Gulf War foes Iran and Iraq threatened to block a consensus on the report. It urged greater efforts to end the nuclear arms race.


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