USA points to Cuba, Iran, China and Venezuela in human rights report

  Washington, .- The Government today pointed to Cuba, Iran, China and Venezuela as countries where there are serious violations of human rights, and also highlighted the critical situation of these freedoms in Saudi Arabia, Russia and Burma, in the annual report of the Department of State on the subject.

The report, relating to 2018 and which serves as a reference to Congress when granting foreign aid, contains information on some 200 countries around the world and identifies several worrisome global trends, such as human trafficking, corruption and violations of freedoms. civilians (EFEUSA)


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