Sep 21, 2015

APNewsBreak: US weighs abstention on Cuba embargo vote at UN

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration may allow the U.N. to condemn America's economic embargo against Cuba without a fight, The Associated Press has learned, an unprecedented step that could increase pressure on Congress to end the 54-year-old restrictions. As it does every year, the U.N. General Assembly will vote as early as next month to demand the embargo's end. But this time, U.S...

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