U.S. Shutdown Forces Delay In U.N. Scrutiny Of Rights Record
GENEVA (Reuters) – The U.S. government shutdown has forced the postponement of U.N. scrutiny of its rights record, including over accusations of suspected abuses by the National Security Agency, immigration reform and access to abortion, activists said on Thursday.
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