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United Nations / Same-Sex Marriage Debate #771561

FNC Evening News for Monday, Mar 22, 2004
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(Studio: Shepard Smith) Report introduced.

(U.N.: David Lee Miller) The controversy over the U.N.’s decision to give same-sex marriage benefits to its workers, if the employee’s home nation also recognizes same-sex partnerships, featured; details given about Arabic nations who feel the U.N. is trying to change the definition of family. [Assistant U.N. Secretary General Rosemary McCREERY†- says the U.N. tries to keep its policies in line with its member states.] [QATAR, SAUDI ARABIA, SYRIA U.N. AMBASSADORS – refuse to comment.] [Irish ambassador to the U.N. Richard RYAN†- agrees with the U.N.’s policy.]

Smith, Shepard;
Miller, David Lee

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