UN arms treaty hailed as "a landmark agreement"

An international arms trade treaty passed by the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday is being hailed by British Prime Minister David Cameron as "a landmark agreement that will save lives and ease the immense human suffering caused by armed conflict around the world." The treaty requires ratification by 50 countries and would take effect three months after that time.

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