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Obama: Take human rights in the Arms Trade Treaty forward
Sydney - Amnesty International and Act for Peace held a demonstration in Martin Place, Sydney to send a message to US President Barack Obama to reject the human rights escape clause in the current UN arms trade negotiations.
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Amnesty International and Act for Peace send message to Obama about maintaining human rights in the arms trade treaty - Martin Place, Sydney.
Protesters hold a sign ‘Obama: Take human rights in the Arms Trade Treaty Forward’.
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