Inquiry backs human rights abuse sanctions

By Paul Osborne
Updated December 7 2020 - 5:34am, first published 5:31am
A federal human rights committee, before which Amal Clooney appeared, has released its report.

People involved in serious human rights abuse or corruption could be banned from Australia and face other sanctions under proposed new laws.



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