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Kenya Court Set to Rule on Whether to Scrap Anti-Gay Laws

Kenya Court Set to Rule on Whether to Scrap Anti-Gay Laws

By Tom Odula | Feb 21
Extortion, physical assaults, verbal abuse, denial of state services, forceful evictions, harassment, being disowned by family members. These and many other challenges may begin to fade away for the Kenyan gay community if a court rules in their favor.

Watch: Trump on US Effort to Globally Decriminalize Homosexuality: 'I Don't Know Which Report You're Talking About'

Watch: Trump on US Effort to Globally Decriminalize Homosexuality: 'I Don't Know Which Report You're Talking About'

Feb 21
President Donald Trump was asked Wednesday about the United States' effort to decriminalize homosexuality around the globe but his response was confounding.

U.S. Steps Up Winter-Warfare Training As Global Threat Shifts

U.S. Steps Up Winter-Warfare Training As Global Threat Shifts

By Lolita C. Baldour | Feb 21
A new focus on cold-weather military training trains U.S. troops to fight against a more capable, high-tech enemy like Russia, North Korea or China.

Serbian Premier's Gay Partner Gives Birth to Baby Boy

Serbian Premier's Gay Partner Gives Birth to Baby Boy

Feb 20
The office of Serbia's openly gay Prime Minister Ana Brnabic says her partner has given birth to a baby boy.

Survey Shows No Rebound for Slowing Germany Economy

Survey Shows No Rebound for Slowing Germany Economy

Feb 20
An index of investor confidence in Germany has improved slightly but remains well below its long-term average amid ongoing signs of weakness in Europe's largest economy.

Flynn Pushed to Share Nuclear Tech with Saudis, Report Says

Flynn Pushed to Share Nuclear Tech with Saudis, Report Says

Feb 20
Senior White House officials pushed a project to share nuclear power technology with Saudi Arabia despite the objections of ethics and national security officials, according to a new congressional report.

Kim or Trump? Hanoi Barber Offers Leaders' Hairdos for Free

Kim or Trump? Hanoi Barber Offers Leaders' Hairdos for Free

By Hau Dinh | Feb 20
At a barbershop tucked away in a small Hanoi alley, Le Phuc Hai patiently waits for his hair dye to bleach his natural black into the color of the president of the United States.

Gatherings Against Anti-Semitism to Take Place in France

Gatherings Against Anti-Semitism to Take Place in France

By Samuel Petrequin | Feb 20
Marches and rallies against anti-Semitism are taking place across France following a series of anti-Semitic acts that shocked the country.

French Judge Refuses To Block Catholic Sex Scandal Movie

French Judge Refuses To Block Catholic Sex Scandal Movie

By Samuel Petrequin | Feb 18
A French judge refused Monday to block the release this week in French cinemas of a movie based on a Catholic sex scandal.

'Digital Gangsters': UK Wants Tougher Rules for Facebook

'Digital Gangsters': UK Wants Tougher Rules for Facebook

By Mae Anderson And Jill Lawless | Feb 18
British lawmakers issued a scathing report Monday that calls for tougher rules on Facebook to keep it from acting like "digital gangsters" and intentionally violating data privacy and competition laws.

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