Taiwan launches national human rights action plan
Taipei, May 5 (CNA) The Cabinet on Thursday unveiled Taiwan's first-ever national human rights action plan, which it says will prioritize issues such as transitional justice and a review of the country's refugee policies over the next two years.
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