The United States will continue to use all the tools at its disposal to address the dire human rights situation in Cuba and elsewhere around the world.
- President Donald Trump on Wednesday pardoned his former national security adviser Michael Flynn.
and federal election security officials have decried unfounded claims and expressed utmost confidence in the elections integrity.我來(lai)回答(da)
（Reporting by Julia Harte; editing by Jonathan OatisOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.such as Brazil here and the Philippines.
Trump publicly labeled Raffensperger.我來(lai)回答(da)
還The Massachusetts attorney generals office declined to comment.
- though they have been tarnished by intimidation of the opposition and accusations of vote rigging.我來(lai)回答(da)
國but neither group of officials responded to requests for comment about possible irregularities.
- What we are hearing from (refugees) is some of them have been separated from loved ones.我來(lai)回答(da)
個who fled political persecution and compulsory military service before the conflict in Tigray.
- criticised South Koreas military for saying it had detected signs of a parade in Pyongyang on Sunday.我來(lai)回答(da)
who just need to understand the impact an election can have on their concerns.