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‘Double standards’ undermine EU legitimacy in Global South: Human Rights Watch chief

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The European Union’s "double standards" on human rights could erode the bloc’s legitimacy in the Global South, the executive director of Human Rights Watch, Tirana Hassan, told Euronews.

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