The United Nations edge closer to a treaty eliminating all nuclear weaponry

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Nuclear weapons could soon be globally banned with the ratification of a new treaty that prohibits the use of nuclear weaponry under international law.

In order to completely eradicate all nuclear weapons and assure the treaty is passed, 50 States must look to ratify the agreement at the United Nations.

With 26 States so far agreeing to the treaty, the UN find themselves halfway to banning a destructive force that has threatened the society timelessly on a global scale.

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