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By Emily Miller
Obama is losing the debate on gun ownership, concealed-carry permits
Topic - Unesco'S
The U.N.'s cultural agency says it's delaying for six months a disputed exhibit on Jewish connections to the Holy Land after objections from Arab countries.
UNESCO's director-general has appealed directly to Equatorial Guinea's president to withdraw a life-sciences prize in his name that has created controversy around the globe because of the African leader's human rights record.
UNESCO's director-general appealed directly to Equatorial Guinea's president Friday to withdraw a life sciences prize in his name that has created controversy around the globe because of the African leader's human rights record.
A U.N. organization is under fire from human rights groups over its decision to create a prize for "life sciences" named after Teodoro Obiang, the leader of Equatorial Guinea, whose regime is widely viewed as one of the most corrupt and oppressive dictatorships in the world.