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WATCH: Leaders of Yemen, Lebanon and Afghanistan speak at UNGA
It's day two of the United Nations General Assembly debate in New York, with Yemen, Lebanon, Afghanistan and Kuwait among the countries due to take part.
Yemen's speech will be the subject of particular interest. The UN has been instrumental in attempts to broker a peace deal, end the Houthi insurgency and restore the internationally recognised government.
The morning session started at 9am in New York (Coordinated Universal Time-5), and runs until 2.45pm. The afternoon session runs from 3pm until 9pm.
Away from the General Debate, US President Donald Trump chaired a Security Council meeting on the non-proliferation of weapons of mass destruction. Iran is expected to be the primary focus of the meeting.
Moments before speaking at the Security Council Mr Trump affirmed his commitment to a two state solution between Israel and Palestine, saying he will release his plan for a solution in two to three months.
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A number of other major events in New York are also taking place today. They include a high-level meeting on the fight to end tuberculosis, the Bloomberg Global Business Forum and the European Union hosts a meeting on Syria.
Schedule of speakers for Wednesday, September 26
Republic of Korea (South Korea)
Central African Republic