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US report: Chronic government corruption in Marshall Islands
By Online Editor
00:26 am GMT+12, 28/04/2015, Marshall Islands
“The most significant human rights problems included Spartan prison conditions, chronic government corruption, and chronic domestic violence,” said the report for 2014. “Other human rights problems included child abuse, sex trafficking, and lack of legal provisions protecting worker…
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