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Obama team at UN pushing for gay-rights measure

Catholic World News - December 17, 2010

The US delegation at the UN has announced plans to push for a condemnation of discrimination on the basis of “sexual orientation”—just a few weeks after the General Assembly rejected a similar effort. US ambassador Susan Rice said: “We intend to win this fight.”

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  • Posted by: Dalaigh - Dec. 17, 2010 9:34 PM ET USA

    The U.S is not fighting Islam, says President Obama. Just looks as if it is. Asia Bibi's human rights seem not to be on the agenda - wrong gender perhaps?

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