Clinton At U.N.

NPR's Ann Cooper reports from the United Nations on the signing today of a treaty banning nuclear testing. The United States was the first to sign the treaty and following the signing, President Clinton delivered his annual address to the U.N. General Assembly. He called for all countries to get toughter on terrorists and drug traffickers.



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