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Over 100,000 Celebrate 30 Years Since Fall of Berlin Wall

Over 100,000 Celebrate 30 Years Since Fall of Berlin Wall

Nov 10
Police and organizers say more than 100,000 people took part in an open-air party celebrating the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.

AU Tennis Star Margaret Court Defends Gay Marriage Views Amid Bid to Celebrate Grand Slam Anniversary

AU Tennis Star Margaret Court Defends Gay Marriage Views Amid Bid to Celebrate Grand Slam Anniversary

By Sam Cronin | Nov 9
Margaret Court, an Australian tennis star who ended her professional career in the 1970s, has come under renewed fire for her opposition to gay marriage. This comes amid her bid to celebrate the 50th anniversary of her 1970 grand slam.

Trump Tried Hard to Win Ukraine Biden Probes, Officials Say

Trump Tried Hard to Win Ukraine Biden Probes, Officials Say

By Lisa Mascaro, Mary Clare Jalonick and Zeke J. Miller | Nov 9
There was no hinting around, it was a straight-out trade, two key White House officials told impeachment investigators.

Sussex Gay Couple Falsely Accused by Vigilante Pedophile Sting

Sussex Gay Couple Falsely Accused by Vigilante Pedophile Sting

By Sam Cronin | Nov 8
Jordan and Ben, a couple from West Sussex, England, were falsely accused of pedophilia by a vigilante group known as the Yorkshire Chile Protectors (YCP). After the ordeal, they claimed their lives were ruined.

Gay Doctor Who Disappeared in Turkmenistan Resurfaces, Claims Earlier Stories Untrue

Gay Doctor Who Disappeared in Turkmenistan Resurfaces, Claims Earlier Stories Untrue

By Kilian Melloy | Nov 7
A cardiologist living in the virulently anti-LGBTQ nation Turkmenistan has reappeared after he and his entire family disappeared in the wake of a radio interview about the perils of being gay in an oppressive regime.

UK Dance Program Showcases Male Dancers in Emotional Performance

UK Dance Program Showcases Male Dancers in Emotional Performance

By Kilian Melloy | Nov 5
BBC One celebrity dance reality show "Strictly Come Dancing" shattered a glass ceiling when it allowed two men to take the floor. Viewers swooned.

'This City is Not Livable': New Delhi Citizens Face Foul Air

'This City is Not Livable': New Delhi Citizens Face Foul Air

By Sheikh Saaliq | Nov 5
The 20 million residents of New Delhi, already one of the world's most polluted cities, have been suffering for weeks under a toxic haze that is up to 10 times worse than the upper limits of what is considered healthy.

Watch: Gay Doctor 'Disappeared' in Turkmenistan?

Watch: Gay Doctor 'Disappeared' in Turkmenistan?

By Kilian Melloy | Nov 4
International concern has been sparked in the wake of the disappearance of a gay cardiologist in the repressive nation of Turkmenistan.

Legendary Puerto Rican Astrologer Walter Mercado Dies at 88

Legendary Puerto Rican Astrologer Walter Mercado Dies at 88

By Danica Coto | Nov 4
Television astrologer Walter Mercado, whose glamorous persona made him a star in Latin media and a cherished icon for gay people in most of the Spanish-speaking world, has died. He was 88.

Uganda Says No Plan to Bring Bill Punishing Homosexuals

Uganda Says No Plan to Bring Bill Punishing Homosexuals

Nov 4
Uganda's government is denying that it intends to introduce a bill targeting homosexuals, dismissing claims by a senior official who wants such legislation.

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