US agrees to improve human rights record

The United States says it will do more to respect human rights, as the U.N. adopted its first-ever report on how Washington can improve. The report included 228 recommendations, but the U.S. brushed many of them aside _ raising heckles from adversaries such as Cuba, Iran and Venezuela. State Department legal adviser Harold Koh outlined nine key improvement areas Friday _ ranging from civil rights to national security to immigration, including intolerance of torture and the humane treatment of suspects at the Guantanamo Bay detention facility in Cuba. The U.S. only joined the 47-nation council last year, and it is the first time the 5-year-old council has reviewed its human rights record. >>>

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