Brazil's Dilma Rousseff was the first speaker at the UN General Assembly today, observing a tradition in which Brazil's PM gives the opening speech in exchange for not receiving a permanent seat on the Security Council 70 years ago when the UN was founded. Her speech covered a variety of topics as Rousseff called for: the need for a comprehensive terrorism policy at the UN, the free movement of people in Europe and Brazil's willingness to take refugees, the need to create a Palestinian state, an...


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