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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Amid a flurry of major rulings early this summer, the U.S. Supreme Court in an under-the-radar case handed a significant win to Native Americans by finding for the first time that almost half of Oklahoma is tribal land.
WARSAW (Reuters) - Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki is resisting efforts by ultra-conservatives in the ruling coalition to step up a government crackdown on LGBT and women's rights, wary of further hurting ties with the European Union, government sources say.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The first Black woman is on a major party presidential ticket, Americans of all races are showing their support for the Black Lives Matter movement and at the same time white nationalists are ramping up recruiting efforts and public activism.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. judge on Monday blocked a Trump administration rule that would strip protections for transgender people facing healthcare discrimination.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - President Tayyip Erdogan attended the first prayers at Turkey's Hagia Sophia on Friday since declaring the ancient monument a mosque, crowning his long campaign to place Islam at the heart of public life in the once fiercely secular republic. [nL5N2EV23T]
WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland's President Andrzej Duda on Monday proposed changing the constitution to ban LGBT couples from adopting children ahead of Sunday's presidential run-off in which the candidates are polling neck-and-neck.
ANKARA (Reuters) - The global Red Cross and Red Crescent network said on Monday that comments about the LGBT+ community by one of its vice-presidents, who also heads its Turkish unit, were "wrong and offensive".
EACH night that Nha Vy steps on stage in her traditional Vietnamese ao dai, or sometimes a mini dress and heels, memories grow fainter of the taunts she endured as a transgender woman in her rural village.
HO CHIH MINH CITY, June 28 (AFP): Each night that Nha Vy steps proudly on stage in her traditional Vietnamese ao dai, or sometimes mini dress and heels, memories grow fainter of the taunts she endured as a transgender woman in her rural village.
WARSAW (Reuters) - Sixty-year-old Marzenna Latawiec is determined to brave the risk of coronavirus and vote in Poland's presidential election on Sunday, but it's not the pandemic or the country's first economic recession in three decades that is firing her up.