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BUDAPEST/BERLIN (Reuters) - An aide to Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban called into question Germany's democratic standards on Thursday after a top German soccer club sacked a Hungarian coach for expressing anti-immigrant and anti-LGBT views.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - The Australian Christian Lobby has launched a media campaign calling for international rugby player Israel Folau to be allowed to return to the National Rugby League (NRL).
KUALA LUMPUR: Any issue that arises from the proposal to amend the Syariah Courts (Criminal Jurisdiction) Act 1965 (Revised 1988) (Act 355) to impose heavier punishments on the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community should be “addressed prudently”, says the de facto religious affairs minister.
Leslie Cheung suffered from severe depression, prompting discussions about mental health on the Chinese internet Experts said it is difficult to receive proper mental health treatment in China
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Twenty years ago, Dutch couple Gert Kasteel and Dolf Pasker made history when they tied the knot in the world's first legally-recognised same-sex wedding in the Netherlands.
A stark divide in people’s use of Covid-related technology such as contact-tracing apps risks disenfranchising some of Britain’s most disadvantaged communities, researchers said on March 25, calling for a more inclusive approach to digital health.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - In the months before former President Donald Trump left office in January, the U.S. Supreme Court briskly paved the way for the lethal injection of 13 federal inmates, the first federal executions in 17 years.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Jenny and Narumi wept for happiness last week when a Japanese court ruled that barring same-sex marriages was unconstitutional, a decision that allowed them to move a step closer to a legal marriage and starting a family.
An Internet spin on talk radio, the new social network Clubhouse has become a sandbox for people tinkering with ways to win fans and make money with audio.
The star follows in the footsteps of actor Laverne Cox, who became the first trans woman to appear on the cover of Time.