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‘Flawed & selective:’ UN Security Council failed to investigate crimes in Iraq – HRW
‘Flawed & selective:’ UN Security Council failed to investigate crimes in Iraq – HRW
Human Rights Watch (HRW) has accused the UN Security Council (UNSC) of failing to investigate war crimes and rights abuses by anti-ISIS forces in Iraq. The group said it’s a “flawed and selective” approach that turns a blind eye to abuses that have plagued the country for decades.

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