Desmond Tutu

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South African prelate and leader of the antiapartheid struggle (born in 1931)

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Naypyidaw: Archbishop Desmond Tutu was to meet fellow Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi on Tuesday, her party said, during a visit to Myanmar that also includes talks with dissidents imprisoned by the former junta.
In recognition of its many achievements I am very pleased to announce that Archbishop Desmond Tutu will be visiting Wales at the end of October.
An online petition asking the president of Gonzaga University here to remove Anglican Archbishop Desmond Tutu as the Jesuit school's scheduled May 13 commencement speaker has been countered by another online petition decrying the anti-Tutu effort as "a McCarthyist campaign of fear and intimidation.
Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and Archbishop Desmond Tutu, and Human Rights and the Fight for Economic and Social Inclusion.
SHREWSBURY - "America is a crazy country," Archbishop Desmond Tutu told a capacity crowd at St.
ELDERS' CHAIR Archbishop Desmond Tutu and his fellow Elder Dr Gro Brundtland will travel to Cyprus on February 8 and 9 to support the release of a documentary film called "Cyprus: Digging the Past in Search of the Future.
ARCHBISHOP Desmond Tutu praised David Beckham for his goodwill yesterday, telling the England footballer: "I could hug you.
The meeting between President Talat, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, former U.
ONE of the world's best known religious figures, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, has made a special visit to Mirfield.
Joseph Lowery and tennis legend Billie Jean King joined former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor and retired Anglican Archbishop Desmond Tutu of South Africa in receiving the honor, the first such medals awarded by Obama.
One of the world's most revered public figures, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, was one of the four individuals to receive an Honorary Doctorate in recognition of his services to world peace and reconciliation.
World peace figure Archbishop Desmond Tutu said there was something in the water in Birmingham that helped the city's various religious and cultural groups to co-exist.
That was the view of world peace figure Archbishop Desmond Tutu during a visit to the city yesterday.
Sentencing Boesak in Cape Town Judge John Foxcroft referred to a letter sent by Archbishop Desmond Tutu in defence of the one-time African National Congress official, and acknowledged that Boesak had "played an important part in ridding South Africa of the hated system of apartheid".
Past speakers included former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev and Archbishop Desmond Tutu.