In 1st key speech, new UN rights chief airs concerns
Geneva, Sept 10 (AP) The new UN human rights chief is warning of abuses worldwide, citing among others the Trump administration's "unconscionable" separations of migrant families and urging Europe to create a dedicated search and rescue operation for migrants in the Mediterranean.
According to prepared remarks, Bachelet said "attacks and persecution appear to be continuing" against the Rohingya minority in Myanmar's Rakhine state.
She expressed concern about "ongoing military operations" in Syria's rebel-held Idlib province.
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