U.S. Report on Human Rights Generally Positive about Slovenia
Washington, 26 February - The annual report of the U.S. State Department on human rights practices says that Slovenia generally respected human rights in 2003, although there were a few problems in some areas, notably women trafficking, excessive use of police force, media self-censorship, violence against women, and discrimination of ethnic minorities.
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