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WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Two men were charged with gun offenses in Philadelphia on Friday after they were arrested the previous night near a vote counting site that has become a focal point for election-related protests, according to the city district attorney's office.
WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters): Two men were charged with gun offences in Philadelphia on Friday (Nov 6) after they were arrested the previous night near a vote counting site that has become a focal point for election-related protests, according to the city district attorney's office.
WARSAW (Reuters) - The Vatican has disciplined an elderly Polish cardinal who was accused of sexually abusing a minor, the latest of several clerics to be caught up in a widening scandal in the homeland of the late Pope John Paul II.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - With flawless makeup and costume that blends cabaret with catwalk and rainbow pride with royal court pageantry, Aunchalee Pokinwuttipob symbolises how Thailand's protests are about much more than calls for a change of government.
PETALING JAYA: Arresting and prosecuting teenagers engaged in consensual non-penetrative sexual activity goes against the spirit of the law and is a waste of public resources, says the CRIB Foundation (Child Rights Innovation & Betterment).
WARSAW (Reuters) - The Vatican has ordered an investigation into the former archbishop of Gdansk on suspicion of negligence over sex abuse allegations, a month after the pope accepted the resignation of a bishop accused of shielding sexually abusive priests.
ROME (Reuters) - Italy's lower house of parliament on Wednesday passed an anti-discrimination bill that makes violence against women and LGBT+ people a hate crime, with those found guilty of such attacks risking longer prison terms.
ATLANTA (AP): Republican Marjorie Taylor Greene, who expressed racist views and support for QAnon conspiracy theories in a series of online videos, has won a US House seat representing northwest Georgia.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - The Congress of the Mexican state of Puebla voted to legalize same-sex marriages by an overwhelming majority on Tuesday, marking a step forward for LGBT rights in the predominantly Roman Catholic Latin American country.