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Pakistan's Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Denounces the U.N.

On December 15, 1971, at the United Nations Security Council meeting, Pakistan's foreign minister bursts into an angry and tearful tirade, accusing the council of legalizing aggression while the Indo-Pakistani War rages on.

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