UN General Assembly 2011: General Assembly Debates, Day Two

The 66th Session of the U.N. General Assembly debate continues today in New York City with remarks expected from President of the European Council Herman Van Rompuy and Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, among others.

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09/22/2011 3:04 PM EDT

Erdogan On Neighbor Syria

Erdogan says the actions of the Syrian leadership are unacceptable. "One can not prosper through oppression."

09/22/2011 3:03 PM EDT

Erdogan In New York

09/22/2011 2:59 PM EDT

Erdogan At The UN

Erdogan: "Turkey's support for a Palestinian state is unconditional"

09/22/2011 2:55 PM EDT

Erdogan On The Arab Israeli Conflict

Erdogan: It is Israel that uses disproportionate force, it is Israel dat does not abide by international law.

09/22/2011 2:54 PM EDT

Erdogan On The Arabi-Israeli Conflict

Erdogan: "Israel did not comply with 89 binding UN resolutions ... but the UN stood helpless"

09/22/2011 2:50 PM EDT

Erdogan Slams UN

Erdogan slams the UN for its response to the famine in Somalia. "No one can speak of peace, justice and civilization in the world if the outcry from Somalia is left unheard," the PM says.

09/22/2011 2:45 PM EDT

Turkish Prime Minster Erdogan Addressing The GA

Erdogan: "Today the United Nations does not demonstrate the necessary leadership to help mankind prevail over its fears for the future."

09/22/2011 2:41 PM EDT

Herman Van Rompuy At The United Nations

President of the European Council Herman Van Rompuy in his first speech before the United Nations

09/22/2011 2:38 PM EDT

Europe On Palestine

Van Rompuy: "The status quo is not an option."

09/22/2011 2:37 PM EDT

Europe On Palestine

@ HuffPostWorld : Europe: "Resumption of direct talks between the Israelis and Palestinians is the priority." #UNGA