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On December 1948, the United Nations agreed that the "inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world."
Chile is the world's largest copper producer and has profited from China's economic boom in the past decade. But as China's growth slowed, so did copper imports. Chile's small-scale miners are particularly vulnerable.
Countries must overcome discouragement and act on climate change, says Naomi Oreskes of Harvard University
The German chancellor is scheduled to meet the European Union's envoy in talks with Britain over its exit from the bloc. Their views differ greatly from British Prime Minister Theresa May and her pro-Brexit lawmakers.
The European Court of Human Rights has rejected a bid by relatives of an ex-Nazi camp guard to get Germany to pay his legal fees. John Demjanjuk died in 2012 after being convicted of complicity in thousands of murders.
Europe's top human rights court says Italy did not give Amanda Knox a lawyer when questioned by police over her British roommate. Knox spent four years in prison in Italy before she was acquitted.
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