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Tanzanian Official Plans to Track and Arrest LGBT People

The United Nations human rights chief has warned that an official campaign in and around the capital of Tanzania to identify and detain anyone suspected of being lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT) "could turn into a witch-hunt."

SOP newswireSituation Still Tense in Mogadishu - People displaced by the recent fighting in Somalia – the worst in 16 years – are gradually returning to parts of the capital, Mogadishu, but fear is preventing others from going back to areas where the military still
SOP newswireGlobal Training of Peacekeeping Forces Will Be Done By Northrop Grumman - PRNewswire-FirstCall via COMTEX News Network/ -- The U.S. Department of State has selected Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC) as one of three lead contractors for the Global Peace Operations Initiative (GPOI). The company
SOP newswireFive new experts join UN anti-narcotics panel - Five new experts from three continents have joined the 13-member independent body monitoring the implementation of United Nations drug control
SOP newswireSudanese Aerial Attacks in North Darfur - Expressing deep concern about reports of a series of deadly aerial bombardments across North Darfur state during the past three weeks
Nancy Lee Wolfe (HR Development/Content Manager)Tomb of Herod the Great Discovered-- King Herod Found Missing - Clinching power, destroying lives, massing fortunes-- Kings never change. One possession common among the Great: very pretty boxes.
SOP newswireIran, UN agencies launch first regional seismic risk reduction centre - Three and half years after a massive earthquake killed more than 26,000 people in the ancient city of Bam, Iran, a regional centre to reduce the damage from such seismic threats
SOP newswirePuget Sound Steelhead Threatened - The agency proposed the listing just over a year ago in response to a petition from Sam Wright of Olympia
SOP newswireU.N. Peacekeeprs Killed In Sinai - The Secretary-General was saddened to learn of the deaths of the eight French and one Canadian members of the multinational
SOP newswireTaking Training to a New Level, Kirkuk Police Academy - KIRKUK — It’s the sound that strikes you first. The yelling and chanting, shrieking whistles, the thunder of boots striking the ground. Then there is the visual: hundreds
SOP newswireIndependent Election Observers Prepare to Monitor Timor - On Wednesday, May 9, the Solidarity Observer Mission for East Timor (SOMET) will dispatch nearly two dozen nonpartisan observers to polling
SOP newswireItalian Americans, Prodi keen to push EU reform ahead - LISBON (ANSA) - Italian Premier Romano Prodi said on Wednesday that overcoming the impasse in efforts to agree a European Constitution could require some member nations to move ahead alone.
SOP newswireViolence in the Comoros Cause For Concern - The United States is concerned by the reports of fighting on Anjouan Island in the Comoros between the Union of the Comoros army and Anjouan President Bacar's forces.
SOP newswireOver $30 billion in commitments made at UN-chaired Iraq Compact meeting - In support of the International Compact on Iraq, a five-year plan for peace and development in the war-torn country co-launched today by
SOP newswireSomalia: UN agency steps up aid to first wave of people who fled Mogadishu - The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) today said it was stepping up a drive to deliver food to almost 100,000 of the 365,000 people driven from their homes in Mogadishu
SOP newswireUN Website More To Be Thoroughly Multilingual - Delegates attending the United Nations Committee on Information meeting in New York today called for new measures to make the world body’s
SOP newswireNepal: Election Delay Should Furnish Time to Address Concerns - The senior United Nations envoy to Nepal today said an announced postponement in Constituent Assembly elections planned for June should offer time to
SOP newswireTerrorism Report Highlights Global Challenge - Washington -– International counterterrorism cooperation is improving, but new terrorist tactics and a spike in Iraqi violence led to a 25 percent increase in terrorist incidents worldwide in 2006.
SOP newswireBan Ki-moon urges NPT review meeting to address crisis on nuclear arms front - Spotlighting the current “crisis” in international efforts to address the world's nuclear arsenal, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today called on delegates attending a review conference
SOP newswireOn anniversary of chemical weapons pact, Ban Ki-moon urges destruction of stockpiles - Marking the tenth anniversary of the Chemical Weapons Convention, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today called on countries that still possess these arms to abolish them.
SOP newswireSecurity Council team’s meetings in Kosovo cause for confidence, official says - The head of a United Nations Security Council team travelling in the Balkans today said its meetings in Kosovo give cause for confidence on the future of the Serbian province that has been run by the
SOP newswireNepal Attacks targeting schools and educational staff on the rise - Deliberate political or military violence targeting education systems, from the assassination or abduction of teachers and students to the bombings and burnings of schools
SOP newswire12 year old Beheading Video Draws Widespread Outrage - Washington " Human rights organizations, religious leaders and government officials alike expressed outrage after a video that depicts a child beheading a man was circulated in Pakistan, and responsibility for the act claimed by the
SOP newswireAll Countries Can Gain from Globalization Now - Washington -- Even the least developed countries can accelerate growth and poverty reduction by embracing trade and building strong institutions, a U.S. central bank governor says.
SOP newswireUN fact-finding mission to Fiji - The United Nations fact-finding mission dispatched to Fiji to assess the political and electoral situation in the Pacific island nation in the wake of the coup d’état last December wrapped up its work today.
SOP newswireNepal: UN brings together local leaders for talks on human rights in peace process - Teams from the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) in Nepal today participated in a series of meetings with
SOP newswire21 years since Chernobyl, world cannot forget loss and pain - On the 21st anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster, the worst nuclear power plant accident in history, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today said that although
SOP newswireRejecting Kosovo Plan Likely To Provoke Violence - Washington -- Kosovo might achieve independence even if Russia blocks such a move in the U.N. Security Council, and the advantages of independence outweigh
SOP newswireKosovo holds talks with European Union officials - The Security Council delegation heading to Kosovo on a fact-finding trip to help determine the permanent future status of the Serbian province with an ethnic Albanian majority stopped in Brussels
SOP newswireSymposium Explores Experience of Being Muslim in America Today - The symposium moderator was John Esposito, a professor of religion and international studies at Georgetown, and the founding director of the university's Talal Center.
SOP newswireAlmost 20 die at hands of smugglers in failed effort to reach Yemen - The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) today said that at least 18 people died – either by being thrown overboard on the high seas by smugglers
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