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UN Rights Chief Says Venezuela Police May Have Committed Crimes Against Humanity

WorldNews Monday, 11 September 2017
UN Rights Chief Says Venezuela Police May Have Committed Crimes Against HumanityThe United Nations human rights chief announced Monday Venezuelan police possibly committed crimes against humanity against protestors and is seeking for an international investigation, according to Reuters. Venezuela’s foreign minister defended President Nicolas Maduro’s government and claimed the accusations were “baseless.”Venezuela was disturbed by months of protests against the leftist president who people say plummeted the oil-rich country into the worst economic crisis in its history and is transforming it into a dictatorship, the report said. “My investigation suggests the possibility that crimes against humanity may have been committed, which can only be confirmed by a subsequent...
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On Monday, the United Nations human rights chief has called for an international investigation on claims that Venezuelan security forces may have committed crimes against humanity against protesters. Venezuela's foreign minister has rejected such allegations as “baseless” and declared that his...

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