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February 28, 1989 | From United Press International
Hungary, in an unprecedented attack by one East Bloc state on another, demanded Monday that the U.N. Commission on Human Rights investigate violations of basic freedoms in neighboring Romania. Gyula Horn, Hungarian state secretary for foreign affairs, a rank equivalent to deputy foreign minister, delivered the demand at the commission's annual meeting here.
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February 28, 1989 | From United Press International
Hungary, in an unprecedented attack by one East Bloc state on another, demanded Monday that the U.N. Commission on Human Rights investigate violations of basic freedoms in neighboring Romania. Gyula Horn, Hungarian state secretary for foreign affairs, a rank equivalent to deputy foreign minister, delivered the demand at the commission's annual meeting here.
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September 11, 1988
Determining America's world standing in terms of literacy is no mean feat, for what it means to be literate varies widely from country to country. The United Nations Education, Social and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) defines literacy as the ability to read and write a simple sentence. Some countries, such as Japan, Sudan and Zambia, say an "illiterate" is someone over 15 who has never attended school.
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