Treaty banning nuclear weapons adopted at UN

Peace campaigners hailed a global treaty to ban nuclear weapons under international law as a landmark moment. But it's only symbolic - with none of the nuclear powers expected to sign the document when it's finally presented in September.

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    Treaty banning nuclear weapons adopted at United Nations.

    Peace campaigners hailed a global treaty to ban nuclear weapons under international law as a landmark moment.

    But it's only symbolic - with none of the nuclear powers expected to sign the document when it's finally presented in September.

    Al Jazeera’s Daniel Lak reports from UN headquarters in New York.


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