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Former Chilean president and torture victim Michelle Bachelet is set to become U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights. The U.S., no longer on the human rights council, wants her to focus on Venezuela and Iran.

Chile’s Ex-President Michelle Bachelet Picked As U.N. Human Rights Chief

By Michele Kelemen NPR
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