U.S. complains as Russia, China, Cuba, Pakistan win seats on U.N. Human Rights Council

China, Russia, Pakistan and Cuba won seats on the U.N. Human Rights Council on Tuesday, infuriating rights groups who said the authoritarian governments did not have the standing to sit on the world body's premier human rights agency.

China, Russia and Cuba win seats as analysts question whether human rights violators should be elected to the council.

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