U.N. expert sees U.S. interrogation law setting standard (Reuters)




 
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U.N. expert sees U.S. interrogation law setting standard     (Reuters)
 
October 27th, 2006  
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U.N. expert sees U.S. interrogation law setting standard     (Reuters)
Reuters - Washington's new law allowing tough interrogation techniques and military trials for terrorism suspects risks setting a dangerous standard for other countries to follow, a United Nations rights expert said on Friday.

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