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Polish City's First LGBT Pride Parade Disrupted

Polish City's First LGBT Pride Parade Disrupted

Jul 21
Police in eastern Poland detained a number of people who threw bottles at officers and verbally abused participants in the city of Bialystok's first LGBT pride parade Saturday.

Trump's Bail Offer for Jailed Rapper Rings Hollow in Sweden

Trump's Bail Offer for Jailed Rapper Rings Hollow in Sweden

Jul 21
U.S. President Donald Trump said he spoke with Sweden's prime minister Saturday about jailed rapper A$AP Rocky and "offered to personally vouch for his bail," a hollow offer in a criminal justice system that doesn't include bail.

War-weakened South Sudan Tries to Prepare for Ebola

War-weakened South Sudan Tries to Prepare for Ebola

By Sam Mednick | Jul 21
With the deadly Ebola outbreak in Congo now an international emergency , neighboring South Sudan and its war-weakened health system is a major concern.

Iran Says Its Seizure of British Ship a 'Reciprocal' Move

Iran Says Its Seizure of British Ship a 'Reciprocal' Move

By Amir Vahdat and Aya Batrawy | Jul 21
Iran's seizure of a British oil tanker was a response to Britain's role in impounding an Iranian supertanker first, senior officials said Saturday.

Polish City's First LGBT Pride Parade Disrupted

Polish City's First LGBT Pride Parade Disrupted

Jul 20
Police in eastern Poland say they detained a number of people who verbally abused and tried to block participants in the first LGBT pride parade held in a city that hosted far-right marches in the past.

Trump Says He's Trying to Bring Rapper A$AP Rocky Home

Trump Says He's Trying to Bring Rapper A$AP Rocky Home

By Jill Colvin | Jul 20
Urged on by the first lady and celebrities including Kanye West and Kim Kardashian West, President Donald Trump said Friday he is trying to help free rapper A$AP Rocky, who has been held in police custody in Sweden for weeks.

How Preschools Can Do More to Support Children Living with HIV

How Preschools Can Do More to Support Children Living with HIV

Jul 19
How much do teachers and peers need to know about students' HIV-positive status? And what is the best way of managing their particular health needs at preschool level?

Ecuador has First Same-Sex Marriage, Following Court Ruling

Ecuador has First Same-Sex Marriage, Following Court Ruling

Jul 19
A lesbian couple has married in Ecuador in the first same-sex wedding since a landmark ruling last month by the country's highest court.

France to Allow Gay Men to Donate Blood... After Four Months of Celibacy

France to Allow Gay Men to Donate Blood... After Four Months of Celibacy

Jul 18
There's good news... sort of... for gay men in France who wish to donate blood: They will soon be able to do so after only four months of complete celibacy instead of a full year.

Nuclear Industry Push for Reduced Oversight Gaining Traction

Nuclear Industry Push for Reduced Oversight Gaining Traction

By Ellen Knickmeyer | Jul 18
Fewer mock commando raids to test nuclear power plants' defenses against terrorist attacks. Fewer, smaller government inspections for plant safety issues. Less notice to the public and to state governors when problems arise.

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