Targets of criticism in the annual US state department human rights review did not miss the opportunity to highlight a degree of hypocrisy by calling out American lapses and abuses during a session of the UN human rights council. Photo AFP Targets of criticism in the annual US state department human rights review did not miss the opportunity to highlight a degree of hypocrisy by calling out American lapses and abuses during a session of the UN human rights council. Photo AFP
Targets of criticism in the annual US state department human rights review did not miss the opportunity to highlight a degree of hypocrisy by calling out American lapses and abuses during a session of the UN human rights council. Photo AFP
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All nations, even the US, can improve their human rights record

  • Targets of criticism in the annual US state department human rights review did not miss the opportunity to highlight a degree of hypocrisy by calling out American lapses and abuses during a session of the UN human rights council

Targets of criticism in the annual US state department human rights review did not miss the opportunity to highlight a degree of hypocrisy by calling out American lapses and abuses during a session of the UN human rights council. Photo AFP Targets of criticism in the annual US state department human rights review did not miss the opportunity to highlight a degree of hypocrisy by calling out American lapses and abuses during a session of the UN human rights council. Photo AFP
Targets of criticism in the annual US state department human rights review did not miss the opportunity to highlight a degree of hypocrisy by calling out American lapses and abuses during a session of the UN human rights council. Photo AFP
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