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A U.N. committee on Friday voted to adopt a Japan-sponsored resolution calling for the total elimination of nuclear arms, a motion that passed with majority support as in past years despite the United States abstaining for the second year in a row.

This year’s resolution is considered weaker than the previous year as it dropped an expression of “deep concern at the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of nuclear weapons use.”

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