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'Gay Purge' Survivor Speaks Out

'Gay Purge' Survivor Speaks Out

By Brittany Ferrendi | Oct 22
A victim of the alleged "gay purge" in Chechnya has come forward. Maxim Lapunov led a press conference on Monday in Moscow to speak about the arrest, violent interrogation and torture he faced while in the Russian republic.

Letter Penned a Day Before Titanic Sank Sold at UK Auction

Letter Penned a Day Before Titanic Sank Sold at UK Auction

Oct 22
A letter written by one of the Titanic's passengers a day before the ocean liner sank has sold for 126,000 pounds ($166,000) at an auction in England.

Russian Opposition Leader Navalny Leaves Jail, Goes to Rally

Russian Opposition Leader Navalny Leaves Jail, Goes to Rally

Oct 22
Alexei Navalny, Russia's most prominent opposition figure, has been released from jail after a 20-day sentence for calling an unauthorized demonstration.

 Australian George Michael Mural Vandalized with Anti-LGBT Slurs

Australian George Michael Mural Vandalized with Anti-LGBT Slurs

By Ryan Lynch | Oct 21
A mural of deceased singer George Michael in Sydney, Australia was vandalized last week in the wake of the country's mail-in vote on same sex marriage.

Oldest Living Land Animal on Earth Believed to be Gay

Oldest Living Land Animal on Earth Believed to be Gay

Oct 20
The mystery behind why a 186-year-old tortoise is childless has been solved. He's gay.

Russia's 'Gay Propaganda' Laws May Get Even Stricter

Russia's 'Gay Propaganda' Laws May Get Even Stricter

Oct 20
Russia's already problematic "homosexual propaganda" law could get even stricter, thanks to the Ministry of the Interior.

Trump's Border Wall Models Take Shape in San Diego

Trump's Border Wall Models Take Shape in San Diego

By Elliot Spagat | Oct 20
The last two of eight prototypes for President Donald Trump's proposed border wall took shape Thursday at a construction site in San Diego.

Tanzania Arrests 12 Suspected of Promoting Homosexuality

Tanzania Arrests 12 Suspected of Promoting Homosexuality

Oct 19
Tanzanian police say they are holding 12 men, including two South Africans, for questioning over allegations of promoting homosexuality in this East African country.

HRC Files Freedom of Information Act Request Regarding Anti-Gay Violence in Chechnya

HRC Files Freedom of Information Act Request Regarding Anti-Gay Violence in Chechnya

Oct 19
"The very fact that we are required to compel the State Department to release this letter speaks volumes about the Trump-Pence administration's lack of leadership on this life-or-death situation in Chechnya," said Ty Cobb, Director of HRC Global.

ABIVAX Presents New Data on ABX196 at World Vaccine Congress

ABIVAX Presents New Data on ABX196 at World Vaccine Congress

Oct 18
Last week at the Fira Center of the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Barcelona, Spain, ABIVAX presented exciting data on the anticancer effects of its immune enhancer ABX196.

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