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Mahmoud Abbas, President of the Palestinian Authority, waits to speak to UN General Assembly, September 23, 2011. UN Photo/Mark Garten
Mahmoud Abbas, President of the Palestinian Authority, waits to speak to UN General Assembly, September 23, 2011. UN Photo/Mark Garten

General Announcements - September 23, 2011

IPI's Warren Hoge Talks to WNYC About General Assembly Opening Atmospherics

On the September 23rd Leonard Lopate show, Warren Hoge, IPI Senior Adviser for External Relations, is interviewed by Andy Borowitz about the opening of the UN General Assembly.

To listen, click the "play" button below:

 
 

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