The divided UN Security Council on Wednesday failed to condemn an attack on a detention center for migrants in Libya after the United States did not endorse a proposed statement, diplomats said.
During a two-hour closed-door meeting, Britain circulated a statement that would have condemned the air strike that killed scores of migrants, called for a ceasefire, and a return to political talks.
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