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United Nations diplomats watered down a resolution condemning sexual violence in conflicts, because the Trump administration opposed language about sexual and reproductive health care for survivors.

U.N. Resolution On Sexual Violence Watered Down Due To U.S. Opposition

By Michele Kelemen NPR
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