United Nations Council debates U.S. torture

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Human rights campaigners on Thursday expressed disappointment at the Obama administration, saying it had failed to remedy abuse in Iraq and bring those responsible for the torture of terror suspects to justice.

Speaking before the United States faces its first public review by the UN Human Rights Council on Friday, representatives of US and international groups said Washington had been unable to turn the page on violations under the previous administration...

Above, a representative listens to the United Nations Human Rights Council debate
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