U.N. Human Rights Commission

NPR Diplomatic Correspondent Michele Kelemen reports that the United States has been voted back onto the United Nations Commission on Human Rights, a year after suffering the embarrassment of losing its seat for the first time since the commission's founding in 1947.

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