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'Blood on UN hands' over Syria

The hands of the UN are stained with blood due to its failure to stop the atrocities of the Assad regime in Syria, Prime Minister David Cameron told the General Assembly today.

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David Cameron criticises those who 'aid and abet' Syria

The Prime Minister used his moment of fame at the United Nations to criticise those countries which had, as he put it, aided and abetted President Assad's reign of terror in Syria.

Though he didn't say it, the message was directed at Russia and China who have blocked more strident action against in the Security Council.

Outside the UN's headquarters in New York, there were protests against the organisation's apparent impotence in the face of violence.

ITV News' Washington Correspondent Robert Moore reports from New York:

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