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Nuclear threat over Ukraine shows 'all of humanity' at risk: UN


The UN human rights chief, Michelle Bachelet, slams Russia's attack on Ukraine, warning of a "massive impact" on the rights of millions, and cautioning that heightened nuclear threat levels showed all of humanity was at risk. SOUNDBITE

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