U.N. Security Council relocates due to storm damage: envoys




 
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November 1st, 2012  
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Topic: U.N. Security Council relocates due to storm damage: envoys


NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.N. Security Council was forced to relocate on Wednesday for a meeting on Somalia and other issues because of extensive water damage to parts of the United Nations complex from the storm Sandy, U.N. officials and diplomats said. It was not immediately clear how badly the U.N. buildings were damaged by the storm. The U.N. press office sent a statement to reporters announcing that the U.N. headquarters would reopen Thursday after a three-day closure and outlining which areas would be accessible. The statement also said senior U.N. ...




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