Accord to end nukes


SOMETIMES, a significant moment in history arrives but the global mainstream media chooses to ignore or downplay it.

Such was the case last Friday when the United Nations adopted the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons to create a legal framework to abolish the world’s worst weapons of mass destruction..

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Opinion , M. Veera Pandiyan , columnist

   

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