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Durban Racism Conference

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NPR's Julie McCarthy reports from Durban, South Africa, on preparations for the UN World Conference Against Racism. Delegates are deeply divided over the Israeli/Palestinian conflict — but there has been widespread and unified criticism of the U.S. decision to keep its high-level diplomats at home to protest what it calls hostile treatment of Israel in preparatory meetings. (4:59) Check out NPR News coverage of the UN World Conference Against Racism.

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