(Reuters)
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U.K., U.S. slam Russia over spy poisoning at U.N. Human Rights Council
First Secretary to the U.S. mission in Geneva Jason Mack told the Human Rights Council March 14 Russia is an "irresponsible force of instability in the world."
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