A person's humanitarian protection1 will be revoked or not renewed2 if the Secretary of State3 is satisfied:
(1) the circumstances which led to the grant of humanitarian protection4 have ceased to exist or have changed to such a degree that such protection is no longer required5;
(2) the person granted humanitarian protection should have been or is excluded from humanitarian protection because there are serious reasons for considering that he has committed a crime against peace, a war crime, a crime against humanity, or any other
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