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Fundamental freedoms 'inalienable and inherent – now and always,' UN says on Human Rights Day

Marking this year's Human Rights Day amid extraordinary global challenges, the United Nations is calling on the world to recognize and guarantee fundamental freedoms – long recognized “as the birthright of all people” – freedom from fear, freedom from want, freedom of speech and freedom of thought, conscience and religion.

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