Sep 18, 2015

Obama and Putin: At the U.N. opening, they must find time to talk | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

One annual drama in late September is the question of which world leaders President Barack Obama will meet in New York or Washington during the opening session of the United Nations General Assembly. This year those attending will include, in addition to Mr. Obama who will address the United Nations on Sept. 28, Presidents Francois Hollande of France, Hassan Rouhani of Iran, Vladimir V. Putin of...

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