Around the world

May 1995
Advocate;5/2/95, Issue 680, p18
Reports on developments concerning gays around the world as of May 2, 1995. Includes the use of a stun gun to subdue and arrest HIV-positive Douglas Fetterly who was accidentally released from a jail in Surrey, Canada; Cyprus' incoming attorney general Alecos Markides' call for repeal of the nation's sodomy law; Anglo American chairman Clem Sunter's statement on the threat of AIDS to South Africa.


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