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  • He also prefers the wine be brings along to the tequila and gin and tonics favored by others in the 15-member party.

    The Coolest Dude Alive

  • But last month, the U.S. joined the entire 15-member Security Council in voting to refer Libya's regime to the international court, and to slap an asset freeze and travel ban on Col.

    Threat of Trial Keeps Gadhafi Fighting

  • Los Angeles' 15-member council was also found to "spend the most per seat," at $1.7 million each and has the lowest rate of elected officials in proportion to the city's population, at one official for every 255,500 residents.

    Guess Which City Council Has The Highest Salaries?

  • In a 365-word statement to the press, read by this month's Council president, Brazilian Ambassador Maria Luiza Ribeiro Viotti, the 15-member body "condemned the violence and use of force against civilians, deplored the repression against peaceful demonstrators...and called for an immediate end to the violence." see text

    Evelyn Leopold: Libya at UN: A Bridge Too Far

  • Los Angeles' 15-member council was also found to "spend the most per seat," at $1.7 million each and has the lowest rate of elected officials in proportion to the city's population, at one official for every 255,500 residents.

    Guess Which City Council Has The Highest Salaries?

  • The 15-member security council voted in favour of a resolution authorising all necessary measures to protect civilians under threat of attack, in particular Benghazi.

    Libya: UN security council backs no-fly zone and air strikes

  • Russia and China, which both have a veto on the the 15-member security council, could yet block it.

    UN security council to vote on Libya no-fly zone resolution

  • At the United Nations, the 15-member Security Council will continue to debate its response to the bloodshed, which a draft resolution says may be "crimes against humanity" deserving of prosecution by the International Criminal Court.

    Looking ahead: Libya violence, U.N. action

  • Not the 28 members of NATO, not the 15-member U.N. Security Council, not the 22 nations of the Arab League could save Libya's rebels from being obliterated by the mad and murderous Moammar Gadhafi.

    The Collapse of Internationalism

  • In a 365-word statement to the press, read by this month's Council president, Brazilian Ambassador Maria Luiza Ribeiro Viotti, the 15-member body "condemned the violence and use of force against civilians, deplored the repression against peaceful demonstrators...and called for an immediate end to the violence." see text

    Evelyn Leopold: Libya at UN: A Bridge Too Far

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