U.S. Report Lists Global Human Rights Abuses

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In its annual human rights report, the U.S. State Department cites abuses around the world, from China to Israel and the Palestinian Authority. The report also criticizes rights records in countries that support the U.S. war in Iraq, such as Ethiopia and Uzbekistan. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports.

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