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NATO must address human rights in meeting on Afghanistan’s future

Headline Title:  NATO meeting on Afghanistan must address human rights 03 June 2013 International and Afghan military forces must preserve the modest human rights gains of the past 12 years and ensure that the rights of the Afghan people are protected during and after the ongoing security transition, Amnesty International said ahead of this week’s NATO meeting in Brussels. NATO defence ministers are meeting in Brussels on 4-5 June to discuss, among other things, the progress of transition of security responsibilities from NATO/ISAF forces to the national Afghan army and the post-2014…

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