Emma Reilly: UN whistleblower responds to sacking

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‘The UN has never investigated this, in court the UN admits that it still does this’

Human rights lawyer and UN whistleblower Emma Reilly reacts to the UN sharing names of Chinese dissidents with Beijing after being sacked.

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