Sep 29, 2015

Obama criticizes Russia, Putin for 'aggression' during statement to U.N. | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

UNITED NATIONS — President Barack Obama called on the world Monday to give priority to diplomacy and international law over the use of force to resolve conflicts and disputes, and he lambasted Russia for its “aggression” against Ukraine and its help in keeping embattled Syrian President Bashar Assad in power. Obama’s address to the opening of the U.N. General Assembly augured badly for his first...

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