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China, Ukraine, Zimbabwe Among Leaders to Speak at UNGA

The second day of the U.N. General Assembly annual meeting kicks off Wednesday with speeches from leaders of China, Japan, Ukraine, the European Union, Afghanistan and Pakistan, among others. A total of 42 leaders will speak at the 71st General Assembly meeting in New York.   Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi and long-time Zimbabwe dictator Robert Mugabe will speak during the morning session. U.N. Secretary General Ban ki Moon cited the day as the International Day of Peace,...

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