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Court Mulls Extension of House Arrest for Russian Director

Court Mulls Extension of House Arrest for Russian Director

Oct 17
A court in the Russian capital considered Tuesday whether to extend the house arrest of a widely revered theater and film director.

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Expecting Child in April

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Expecting Child in April

Oct 17
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge say their third child will be due in April.

Uruguay Swears In First Transgender Senator

Uruguay Swears In First Transgender Senator

Oct 17
Uruguay swears in first transgender Senator.

Russia: Formal Complaint Made Over Gay Crackdown in Chechnya

Russia: Formal Complaint Made Over Gay Crackdown in Chechnya

Oct 17
A gay Russian man accused authorities in Chechnya on Monday of jailing and beating him as part of a broad crackdown on LGBT people.

Formal Complaint Made Over Gay Crackdown in Chechnya

Formal Complaint Made Over Gay Crackdown in Chechnya

Oct 16
A Russian man is accusing authorities in Chechnya of jailing and beating him as part of a broad crackdown on gay people.

Clinton Brands WikiLeaks Boss 'Tool of Russian Intelligence'

Clinton Brands WikiLeaks Boss 'Tool of Russian Intelligence'

By Rod McGuirk | Oct 16
Hillary Clinton has told an Australian state broadcaster that WlkiLeaks founder Julian Assange was a tool of Russia in his release of hacked emails that hurt the U.S. Democratic presidential nominee's campaign.

Death Toll from Blast in Somalia's Capital Rises to 189

Death Toll from Blast in Somalia's Capital Rises to 189

By Abdi Guled | Oct 15
The death toll from the most powerful bomb blast witnessed in Somalia's capital rose to 189 with more than 200 injured, making it the deadliest single attack ever in the Horn of Africa nation.

Anti-LGBTQ Clerics Ring Mourning Bells to Protest Gender Law in Greece

Anti-LGBTQ Clerics Ring Mourning Bells to Protest Gender Law in Greece

By Demetris Nella | Oct 15
Church bells have rung "in mourning" across a western Greek diocese to protest the passing of a law making it easier for people to officially change their gender.

In Africa, LGBTQ Rights Activists Worry About Trump Impact

In Africa, LGBTQ Rights Activists Worry About Trump Impact

By Carley Petesch | Oct 15
Though the Trump administration's overseas policies on LGBT rights remain to be seen, the erosion of domestic advances directly undermines the authority of the U.S. to speak out internationally

Ex-Hostages Back in Canada After Harrowing Raid to Free Them

Ex-Hostages Back in Canada After Harrowing Raid to Free Them

Oct 15
A couple held hostage for five years by a Taliban-linked extremist network in Afghanistan was safely back in Canada on Saturday after what the husband described as a harrowing firefight during a raid to free the family.

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