UN vote: We can't be bullied


WHILE making clear that the country had not been “bullied” into submission, Foreign Affairs Minister Darren Henfield yesterday explained the Bahamas’ abstention from voting on a controversial United Nations (UN) resolution against a decision made by US President Donald Trump, saying it was simply in the “best interest of our country”.

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