The United States warned on Monday (13 Nov) that unless the Untied Nation took concerted action against terrorism, groups of states, or even private organisations, might try to act on their own.
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TAPLEY BENNETT: "Mr Chairman, at the beginning of my remarks I asserted that this committee has before it the opportunity to take effective action against the serious and urgent problems deriving from the export of violence to innocent persons. Outraged and aroused by the increasing toll of innocent victims and the widening assault on the vital communication and transport links which make modern life possible, world opinion today is in a ferment over the best means for combating the growing anarchy. International action will be taken, one way or the other".
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Background: The United States warned on Monday (13 Nov) that unless the Untied Nation took concerted action against terrorism, groups of states, or even private organisations, might try to act on their own.
Ambassador W. Tapley Bennett junior told the General Assembly's Legal Committee, now debating the problem of terrorism that international action would be taken...one way or the other.
He urged consideration of an international anti-terrorism convention proposed to the Assembly in September by the U.S. secretary of State, William Rogers, and added....
SYNOPSIS: At the Untied Nations, the Untied States delegate to the General Assembly's Legal Committee, W. Tapley Bennett junior, has warned about the possible consequences if the United Nations fails to take concerted action against terrorism.