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Council Of Europe's Rights Chief Decries Abuses, Says Russia 'Only Country Not Cooperating'

PRAGUE -- The Council of Europe's human rights chief says there is a "lot of work to do" in Russia as he criticized Moscow's lack of cooperation amid reports of rights abuses in Chechnya and Russia-occupied Crimea.

"Russia is the only country that has not cooperated with my office in the last couple of years; every other country has cooperated," said Nils Muiznieks, the human rights commissioner of the Council of Europe, which has 47 member countries.

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