From pope's blessing to Netanyahu's sounds of silence, notable moments from a record UN summit

Pope Francis, Russian President Vladimir Putin, President Barack Obama and even celebrities like Daniel Craig and Shakira dropped by a whirlwind U.N. summit that drew more than 150 world leaders, a record, and ended Saturday afternoon. Here are some notable moments:

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"May the Almighty bless this assembly, and may its service to the international community be marked by fraternity, solidarity and justice."

— Pope Francis' inscription in the U.N. visitors' book, shortly before a speech to world leaders

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"We must do everything we can to close the gap between the world as it is, and the world as it should be."

— U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, in a speech three days after world leaders adopted a sweeping set of global development goals

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"Dangerous currents risk pulling us back into a darker, more disordered world."

— Obama, in a speech shortly before Putin arrived

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"We believe it's a huge mistake to refuse to cooperate with the Syrian authorities, with the government forces, those who are bravely fighting terror face-to-face."

— Putin, in a speech two days before Russia announced airstrikes in Syria

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"We will not forget the past, but we do not wish to live in the past."

— Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, in a speech shortly before Obama and Iran's foreign minister shook hands on the sidelines

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"When and how did fear and intimidation creep so insidiously into our conversation when there is so much more to be said about the love of God?"

— Jordan's King Abdullah II, in a speech defending the kinder side of Islam

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"How can you urge an anti-terrorist coalition if you inspire terrorism right in front of your door?"

— Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, in a speech criticizing Russia

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"We therefore declare that we cannot continue to be bound by these agreements and that Israel must assume all of its responsibilities as an occupying power."

— Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, in a speech shortly before the Palestinians raised their flag at U.N. headquarters for the first time

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"... deafening silence," and then 47 seconds of silence.

— Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, in a speech criticizing the world's response to what he called Iran's intent to destroy Israel

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"Terrorism cannot be fought only from the air, and all of the previous operations to combat it have only served its spread and outbreak."

— Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Moallem, in a speech calling airstrikes against the Islamic State group "useless" unless coordinated with his government

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"If it looks like a terrorist, if it acts like a terrorist, if it walks like a terrorist, if it fights like a terrorist, it's a terrorist, right?"

— Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, to reporters' questions about the targets of Russia's airstrikes in Syria