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Freedom of the press under attack by Trump: U.N. rights boss

By Reuters
30 August 2017   |   4:40 pm
The United Nations' top human rights official says that derogatory remarks by U.S. President Donald Trump about journalists could amount to incitement and embolden followers to attack certain communities.

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