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The United Nations General Assembly on Wednesday condemned “the long-standing and ongoing systematic, widespread and gross violations of human rights in and by” North Korea in an annual resolution that Pyongyang’s U.N. envoy rejected.

The resolution, sponsored by dozens of countries, including the United States, was adopted by the 193-member General Assembly without a vote. Such resolutions are nonbinding but can carry political weight.

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