UN chief Ban calls world leaders to end Aids by 2020
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has called for global action to end the Aids disease by 2020.
“That is our goal - zero new infections, zero stigma and zero Aids-related deaths,” Mr Ban said at a UN summit on Aids in New York.
The three-day meeting marks the 30th anniversary since the discovery of HIV - the virus that leads to Aids.
Meanwhile, African leaders called for greater resources to battle the pandemic across the world.
Some 34m people have Aids, but about half of them do not know they have the disease, according to the UN.