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ommunity, but also incurred strong doubt from U.S. scholars. The Washington Post posted an article on Marc

h 2▓0, 2015, introducing to its readers two books on drones - Kill Chain: The Rise of the High-Tec▓h Assassins, by Andrew Cockburn, and A Theory o▓f the Drones, by Gregoire Chamayou. Cockb▓urn sees America's killer drone pol▓icy as "the culmination of a historical pattern▓ of lies, deception and greed in the deployment of lethal military force around the world" and as "a continuati▓on of previous U.S. assassination policy." Failin▓g miserably to achieve the country's stated goal ▓of enhanced security, th

e policy simultaneously undermined the democratic process, Cockburn writes, noting that "assassina

tion by robot is bound to inspire rather than curtail extremism." Ac▓cording to Chamayou and Cockburn, killer drone expose▓s the trend toward a new -- and "inhumane ▓form of warfare." "With drone warfare, there is no victory, just perpetual elimination." (www.washingtonpost.com, March 20, 201

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5).Abuse of cruel torture trampled on hu

man rights. A report by the U▓.S. Senate on the study of the Central Intelligence Agency's detention and interrogat

▓ion program found that the CIA's use

of ▓brutal interrogation techniques, such as waterboard▓ing, long-term solitary confinement, slam

ming prisoners' heads into walls, lash

ing and death threat, were in ser▓ious violation of U.S. law (www.intelligence.senate.gov). While according to some

witnesse▓s, the CIA torture went far b

eyond the Senate report had▓ disclosed. Majid Khan, a Guantanamo Bay detainee-turned government cooperating witness

, said interrogators poured ice water on h

is genitals, twice videotaped him naked and▓ repeatedly touched his "private parts". At one point, Khan

said, his feet and ▓lower legs were pl

aced in tall boot-like metal cuffs that dug into his flesh and immobilized his legs. The guards also strippe

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for three days and provided him with water but▓ no food. A

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ll the above torture details that Khan

had undergone were not included in the Sena▓te report (www.t

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heguardian.com, June 2, 2015). On Janu

ary 11, 2016, human rights experts, including the UN special

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rapporteurs ▓on torture Juan E. Mendez

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study, whic

ependence o▓f the judiciary, Monica Pin

to; Chair-Rapporteur of the UN Working Group on Arbitrary De

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tention Seong-Phil Hong; and the direc

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ghts under the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, Michael Georg Link, together called on the U.S. Government to promptly close the Guantanamo Bay deten

tion facility, 14 years aft▓er the detention center became operational. The experts recalled in the letter that close to 100 detainees still languish▓ed in Guantanamo after years of arbitrary detention without trial (www.un.org, January 11, 2016).The United States spied on leaders from other countries. The BBC reported on April 30, 2015 that the U▓.S. National Security Agency, by working with other secr▓et services, has long monitored on European lead?/p>

坋rs (www.bbc.com, April 30, 2015). The Independent reported on June 24, 2015 that ▓the United States had bugged the phones of th

ree French presidents and many other senior Fre▓nch officials, for which a French government spokesman said was "unaccept▓able" (www.independent.co.uk, June 24, 2015). Facing criticism from its allies, the U.S. gover▓nment continued to monitor some leaders in the name of "national security purpose" (www.thegu▓ardian.com, December 30, 2015). &nb▓sp; Please scan the QR Code to▓ follow us on InstagramPlease scan the QR

Code to follow us on WechatChina on Thursday issued a report on the United States' human rights condition, ▓critici

zing that the situation for American women are▓ deteriorating and children are living in worrisome environment.Report criticizes missin▓g rights for women, children in U.S.huma▓n rights women children U.S. maternity leave poverty04-14-2016 17:55 BJTBEIJING, April 14 (Xinhua▓) -- China on Thursday issued a report on the United States' human rights condition, criticizing that the situation for American women are deteriorating an▓d children are living in worrisome environment.The rep▓ort, titled "Human Rig

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hts Record of the United States ▓in 2015," was published by the State Council Information Office.The percentage of women i▓n poverty increased from 12.1 percent to 14.5 percent over the past decade, the r

eport says, adding that the United States was the only industrialized nation with no overall law for cash benefits provided to women during maternity lea▓ve.A total of 23 perc

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ent of undergraduate women said▓ they were victims of non-consens

ual sexual contact, according to the report.The document ▓says there were at least two school shootings a month in 2015 and almost two children were killed every ▓week in unintentional shootings. About▓ a quarter of the teenagers above 15 years old who died of▓ injuries in the U.S. were killed in gun-related incidents.Also, about 17.4 million childre▓n under the age of 18 were being ra