US reelected to UN Human Rights Council seat
UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The United States was reelected Monday to another three-year term on the U.N. Human Rights Council in the only contested election for the organization's top human rights body.
The U.S. was competing with four Western countries for three seats on the council. Germany and Ireland were also elected by the 193-member General Assembly.
African, Asian, Eastern European and Latin American countries put forward uncontested slates, meaning candidates were virtually certain of winning seats on the 47-member council.
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