Obama to address UN
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From the LeftPresident Obama to vow: No nuclear Iran
The recent wave of violent, anti-American protests that a movie trailer has inspired in the Muslim world is not aimed solely at the United States but the entirety of the civilized world, President Barack Obama plans to say Tuesday morning in a speech at the United Nations.
From the RightObama urges UN to reject 'violence and intolerance' amid Mideast unrest
President Obama, facing questions at home concerning his administration's handling of the deadly attacks in Libya and growing anti-American violence, plans to tell a gathering of world leaders at the U.N. that unrest in the Middle East and North Africa marks a critical juncture -- a choice in the region between hope and intolerance.
From the Left'Time is not unlimited' on Iran, Obama to tell U.N.
The United States will "do what we must" to prevent Iran from developing a nuclear weapon, President Barack Obama is expected to tell the United Nations General Assembly Tuesday in a speech that will also touch heavily on the death of U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens in Libya.