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As it happened this morning: Wednesday 20 June

As it happened this morning: Wednesday 20 June
Copyright REUTERS
Copyright REUTERS
By Cristina Abellan Matamoros
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Euronews brings you the latest news and updates as it happened on Wednesday morning.

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Good morning, Europe. Today we're watching:

Human rights: The US is quitting the United Nations Human Rights Council. Washington accuses the body of being "hypocritical" because of its stance on Israel.

North Korea: UNICEF are to offer a snapshot into the lives of women and children in North Korea in a new report. The data, released by North Korea's government, comes from a household survey of 8,500 homes conducted with UNICEF support.

Canada cannabis: Canada's parliament has approved laws to legislate marijuana, paving the way for it to become the first G7 nation to do so within a matter of weeks.

Refugees: Europe marks World Refugee Day.

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