UNITED NATIONS (AP) – The UN Security Council on Friday passed a resolution extending powers for countries and regional organizations to inspect vessels on the high seas off the coast of Libya suspected of violating the UN arms embargo on the in to disown a troubled North African nation.
The vote on the French-backed resolution was 14-0, with Russia abstaining. The summary decision extends the inspection authorization by one year.
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