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U.N. suspends Russia from Human Rights Council; China opposes

Moscow quits after resolution passes in 93-24 vote; 58 countries abstain

A completed resolution vote tally to affirm the suspension of Russia from the United Nations Human Rights Council is displayed during a meeting of the U.N. General Assembly on Thursday.   © AP

NEW YORK -- The United Nations suspended Russia from the Human Rights Council in a vote Thursday.

Ninety-three member states voted for the resolution. Twenty-four voted against, including Russia and China. India was among the 58 member states that abstained.

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