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human rights

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The soldier fired a bullet.
He was a citizen of the United States.
A treaty is an agreement between nations. *
That child is getting up to mischief again.
The animals had to labour. *
He was granted asylum. *
The translator struggled to interpret some words.
He had great empathy for the poor. *
The convention took place in Europe.
Discrimination is a term used to describe the policy of treating people differently, in the US in the 1920s some communities were subjected to racial discrimination. *
Democracy, a system of government based on the belief in freedom and equality between citizens, in the US power is held by elected representatives of the people. *
Universal indicator is used in science to determine if a substance is acid or alkali. *
Torture was widespread in the Middle Ages.
The declaration of independence. *

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