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Prince William Says He'd be 'Absolutely Fine" with Gay Child

Prince William Says He'd be 'Absolutely Fine" with Gay Child

Jun 26
Britain's Prince William says it would be "absolutely fine" if one of his children came out as gay though he'd worry about how the public would respond.

Rome Doctors Warn of Health Hazards from City's Garbage Woes

Rome Doctors Warn of Health Hazards from City's Garbage Woes

By Giada Zampano | Jun 26
Doctors in Rome are warning of possible health hazards caused by overflowing trash bins in the city's streets, as the Italian capital struggles with a renewed garbage emergency aggravated by the summer heat.

Intense Heat Wave Hits Paris and Shimmers Across Europe

Intense Heat Wave Hits Paris and Shimmers Across Europe

By Sylvie Corbet | Jun 24
Authorities around the French capital have issued an orange alert for intense heat — the second-highest level on its scale — as very hot temperatures are expected across continental Europe this week.

Huge Crowds for LGBT Pride Parade in Brazil's Biggest City

Huge Crowds for LGBT Pride Parade in Brazil's Biggest City

By Anna Jean Kaiser | Jun 24
Hundreds of thousands of people filled a main São Paulo thoroughfare for one of the world's largest LGBT pride parades — the first since the election of far-right President Jair Bolsonaro.

Gay Prisoners of Buchenwald Remembered at Nazi Camp Site

Gay Prisoners of Buchenwald Remembered at Nazi Camp Site

Jun 24
A ceremony has been held at the former site of Germany's Buchenwald concentration camp to remember people imprisoned there because they were thought to be gay.

Thousands March for LGBT Rights in Ukraine's Capital

Thousands March for LGBT Rights in Ukraine's Capital

Jun 23
Thousands of supporters of LGBT rights have marched through the center of Kiev, the Ukrainian capital, under a heavy police presence to separate them from opponents.

Elton John Gets Top French Award, Joins AIDS Fight Call

Elton John Gets Top French Award, Joins AIDS Fight Call

Jun 22
Elton John, a newly awarded Legion of honor pinned to his suit, joined a call Friday by French President Emmanuel Macron to fund AIDS research and treatment.

Aldo Dávila Set to be Guatemala's 1st Openly Gay Congressman

Aldo Dávila Set to be Guatemala's 1st Openly Gay Congressman

By Sonia Perez D. | Jun 21
Aldo Iván Dávila Morales is poised to take up a seat in Guatemala's congress in January, making history as the first openly gay man elected to the country's legislature.

UN: Venezuelans Now File 1 in 5 of All New Asylum Claims

UN: Venezuelans Now File 1 in 5 of All New Asylum Claims

By Christine Armario and Franklin Briceño | Jun 20
When Johan Álvarez was unable to provide more than one meal a day for his young family he knew it was time to leave Venezuela. Now they are among a growing swell of Venezuelans asking to be recognized as refugees.

Voluntary Euthanasia Becomes Legal in Australian State

Voluntary Euthanasia Becomes Legal in Australian State

By Rod McGuirk | Jun 19
Voluntary euthanasia became legal in an Australian state on Wednesday more than 20 years after the country repealed the world's first mercy-killing law for the terminally ill.

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