Ban Ki-moon urges African leaders to accept gays in their countries - Breaking News Allvoices

News Stories Related To: Ban Ki-moon urges African leaders to accept gays in their countries

Addis Ababa : Ethiopia | over 2 years ago  
After the killing of Libya's long-serving dictator, Col. Muammer al-Qaddafi, African leaders for the first time met in Ethiopia on Sunday to discuss various issues of mutual interests....
    • Clear
    • Share:
    • Share
    • Clear
    • Clear
    • Clear
    • Clear
  • Read full report
   Reach     Credibility Credibility of 5
Report Your News Got a similar story?
Add it to the network!

Or add related content to this report

Related news stories

  • Somalia militants ban Red Cross

      BBC | over 2 years ago
    Al-Shabab controls large parts of north and central Somalia, which is suffering the worst drought in decades...The agency had suspended food distribution earlier this month saying militants had blocked supply routes, but it was still providing...
  • South Sudan Cuts Oil Flow, Demands Border Pact

      International Business Times | over 2 years ago
    Articles South Sudan seceded in July under a 2005 peace deal that ended a civil war in which around 2 million people died. The possibility that war could restart over the oil dispute was a "great concern," U.N...Both sides have failed to resolve a...
  • Africa: Ban Urges African Countries to Entrench Civil, Political and ...

      Africa Headlines | over 2 years ago
    Ban Urges African Countries to Entrench Civil, Political and Economic Rights 29 January 2012 Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today urged African countries to entrench civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights to boost stability and...
  • African crises dominate talks as Benin takes AU helm

      Mail and Guardian | over 2 years ago
    The African Union's new chairman faced tough challenges Sunday as UN chief Ban Ki-moon warned that a furious row between Sudan and South Sudan threatened regional security. Thomas Boni Yayi, the president of Benin, vowed to work for peace in his one-...
  • IGAD urges Sudan and S. Sudan to refrain from unilateral actions

      Sudan Tribune | over 2 years ago
    Assembly of Heads of State and Government held its 20th Extra-Ordinary Summit Meeting in Addis Ababa on 27th January 2012 under the Chairmanship of H.E...Ismael Omar Guelleh, President of the Republic of Djibouti; H.E...Sheikh Sharif Sheikh Ahmed,...
  • S Sudan shuts oil output amid row

      BBC | over 2 years ago
    South Sudan says it has shut off its vital oil production industry amid a row with Sudan over export fees. The newly independent country relies on Sudan's infrastructure to export its oil, but talks to agree the fees to do so have broken down. The...
  • Sudan crisis `major threat` to peace: UN`s Ban

      Zee News | over 2 years ago
    UN's Ban Addis Ababa: UN chief Ban Ki-moon said Sunday a crisis between former enemies Sudan and South Sudan has become a major threat to regional peace and security. "The situation in Sudan and South Sudan has reached a critical point, it has become...
  • African Union Summit Opens in Ethiopia

      Voice of America | over 2 years ago
    Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon during the 18th African Union (AU) summit in Ethiopia's capital Addis Ababa, January 29, 2012. African Union leaders opened a two-day summit in Addis Ababa Sunday with the election of a new chairman for the pan-African...
  • UN in gay rights plea to Africa

      BBC | over 2 years ago
    Ban Ki-moon urges respect for gay rights Ban Ki-moon said "confronting discrimination is a challenge" United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has urged African leaders to respect gay rights. Discrimination based on sexual orientation had been...
  • Ban tells Africa 'respect gay rights '

      The Courier-Mail | over 2 years ago
    UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has told African leaders they must respect gay rights. "One form of discrimination ignored or even sanctioned by many states for too long has been discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity," Dr Ban...
  • African Union holds first post-Gaddafi summit

      Al Jazeera English | over 2 years ago
    03 African Union leaders are meeting for their first summit since the death of Muammar Gaddafi, the bloc's founder, with the selection of top officials and discussion of crises on the continent dominating the agenda. The leaders gathered in Ethiopia...

Use of this site is governed by our Terms of Use Agreement and Privacy Policy.

© Allvoices, Inc. 2008-2014. All rights reserved. Powered by PulsePoint.