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Venezuela joins U.N. Human Rights Council despite strong opposition
Venezuela has won a seat on the U.N. Human Rights Council, attracting the condemnation of human rights organizations and the ...
Venezuela wins seat on UN Human Rights Council
Venezuela wins seat on U.N. rights body despite opposition
New York Times
The Latest: Venezuela Celebrates UN Rights Council Seat
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Brazil Supreme Court ruling could free corruption convicts, including Lula
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Mexico drug wars: Fighting erupts as El Chapo's son goes free
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Amid cash crisis, United Nations likely to be able to pay staff in November
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