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BUDAPEST (Reuters) - The United Nations' top expert on freedom of opinion and expression expressed concerns about a "distorted media environment" in Hungary, saying on Monday that reporting around elections due next year must be fair and impartial.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/Asia News Network): The House of Representatives is likely to pass a watered-down version of the sexual violence eradication bill after members of the working committee tasked with deliberating the bill agreed to remove any words supporting the concept of sexual consent.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hungary will not leave the European Union but will resist attempts from Brussels to erode its sovereignty, Prime Minister Viktor Orban told his Fidesz party on Sunday.
ACCRA (Reuters) - Supporters and opponents of Ghana's new anti-LGBT bill faced off in parliament on Wednesday in the first public hearings into the proposed legislation that would make it a crime to be gay, bisexual or transgender.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hostility towards homosexuals and transsexuals has increased in Hungary since the government passed a law that critics have labelled anti-gay, say patrons and performers at Budapest's leading LGBTQ bar.
(Reuters) -Facebook Inc said on Tuesday it plans to remove detailed ad-targeting options that refer to "sensitive" topics, such as ads based on interactions with content around race, health, religious practices, political beliefs or sexual orientation.
She was 10 when her teenage brother, a gang member, was slain. Despite a life overshadowed by poverty-fueled violence, this young woman is doing all she can not to join the exodus of migrants from El Salvador.
Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Saturday (Oct 30)
The wins and woes of Hong Kong’s rainbow families – has city made progress on policy and law for LGBT community?
When a lesbian couple in Hong Kong broke up last year after nearly two decades together, they agreed it was crucial they both continued to play an equal role in the lives of their two young children.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Afghanistan's Taliban government is pressing for the release of billions of dollars of central bank reserves as the drought-stricken nation faces a cash crunch, mass starvation and a new migration crisis.