News » International

1 thru 10 of 3160 Stories

LVMH Sells Donna Karan Brand to US Group G-III Apparel

Jul 25
French luxury giant LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton is selling its Donna Karan and DKNY clothing brands to U.S. group G-III Apparel in a $650 million deal.

UK Man Accused of Killing 4 Gay Men Hit With Several New Charges

Jul 25
A man from the U.K. accused of drugging and murdering four gay men he met online was hit with an additional 17 sexual charges against eight men who are alive.

IOC Leaders Stop Short of Complete Ban On Russians From Rio

Jul 24
Olympic leaders stopped short Sunday of imposing a complete ban on Russia from the Rio de Janeiro Games, assigning individual global sports federations the responsibility to decide which athletes should be cleared to compete.

'Treatment for All: Our Lives, Our Stories' Documentary Released at Durban

By EDGE | Jul 22
AIDS 2106 saw the debut of the "Treatment For All: Our Lives, Our Stories," a documentary film that captures the deeply personal narratives of three African protagonists as they explore the impact of HIV on their lives.

MH370 Mystery Spurs Efforts to Improve Aircraft Tracking

By Kelvin Chan | Jul 22
As investigators prepare to wind down the Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 search after more than two fruitless years, the airline industry is still working to raise safety standards to prevent another plane from going missing.

Experimental HIV Treatment Models Highlight Successes and Pinpoint Obstacles to Expanding Care in African Countries

By EDGE | Jul 22
Researchers in developing countries with high burdens of HIV infection are developing promising new strategies to advance towards global HIV treatment targets, the 21st International AIDS Conference in Durban South Africa has heard.

Racism at Airbnb Inspires New Sites Innclusive and Noirbnb

By Beth J. Harpaz | Jul 21
Accusations that Airbnb has been ignoring complaints of racism have led several black entrepreneurs to create two new vacation rental websites where they say racism will not be tolerated.

Year After Attack, Thousands March in Jerusalem Gay Parade

By Aron Heller | Jul 21
Thousands of people waving rainbow flags marched through downtown Jerusalem Thursday in the city's annual gay pride parade in a defiant show of force a year after an extremist ultra-Orthodox Jew stabbed a 16-year-old girl to death at the march.

AIDS 2016 Focus on Legal Barriers to HIV Services For At-Risk Groups

By EDGE | Jul 21
At the 21st International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2016) in Durban, researchers and community representatives discussed the impact of discriminatory laws and policies on HIV prevention.

IAS and Elton John Foundation Are 'Doing The Right Thing' By Honoring Frontline Health Workers

By EDGE | Jul 21
The IAS and the Elton John AIDS Foundation team up to present the "Me and My Health Care Provider" campaign, giving MSM and transgender people the chance to thank their health care workers.

1 thru 10 of 3160 Stories