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Venezuela rejects UN report detailing torture, rights abuses

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Venezuela's ambassador in Geneva characterized the document on Monday as a "pseudo-report" The report alleges that President Nicolas Maduro personally ordered the detention of government opponents. Detainees allegedly endured electric shocks, asphyxiation and other cruel acts while in custody.
2 months ago·C C S, Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic of

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Venezuela rejects UN report detailing torture, rights abuses

GENEVA — Venezuela's government on Monday rejected a report by independent experts working with the United Nations’ top human rights body who alleged President Nicolas Maduro had personally ordered the

2 months ago·United States
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Venezuela rejects UN report detailing torture, rights abuses

The government of Venezuela has rejected a report by an independent experts working with the United Nations’ top human rights body who allege that President Nicolas Maduro personally ordered the detention of government opponents

2 months ago·United States
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Venezuela rejects UN report detailing torture, rights abuses

GENEVA: Venezuela's government on Monday (Sep 26) rejected a report by independent experts working with the United Nations’ top human rights body who alleged President

2 months ago·Singapore
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Venezuela rejects UN report detailing torture, rights abuses

GENEVA (AP) — Venezuela’s government on Monday rejected a report by independent experts working with the United Nations’ top human rights body who alleged President Nicolas Maduro had personally ordered the detention of government opponents, who endured electric shocks, asphyxiation and other cruel acts while in custody.Hector Constant Rosales, Venezuela’s ambassador in Geneva, rejected the report released last week by the experts working for th…

2 months ago·Tacoma, United States
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Venezuela rejects U.N. report detailing rights abuses, torture allegations

Venezuela rejected a report by independent experts working with the UN's top human rights body alleging President Maduro had personally ordered torture.

2 months ago·United States
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Venezuela rejects UN report detailing torture, rights abuses

The government of Venezuela has rejected a report by an independent experts working with the United Nations’ top human rights body who allege that President Nicolas Maduro personally ordered the detention of government opponents.

2 months ago·Miami, United States
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