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19 August, 2019 00:00 00 AM
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‘Violations of rights law must be investigated’

UNB, Dhaka

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has said serious violations of international humanitarian and human rights law continue around the world that must be investigated and prosecuted.

"On World Humanitarian Day and every day, we stand up for humanitarian workers around the world," he said in a message marking the World Humanitarian Day that falls on August 19.

The UN chief said world leaders, and all parties to conflict, must ensure that humanitarians are protected from harm, as required under international law.

He said the World Humanitarian Day honours aid workers around the world who risk their own lives to help save and improve the lives of others.

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