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Watch: 'Downton Abbey' Season Six Trailer

By EDGE | Aug 31
After much anticipation and hoopla, British network ITV has released the trailer for Season Six of "Downton Abbey" the popular all-star brit-drom that has taken both sides of the Atlantic by storm since debuting in 2010.

Unstable Antenna Atop Trump Tower Closes Streets in Toronto

Aug 31
Police have closed off a number of blocks in Toronto's downtown financial district because of an unstable antenna on the Trump International Hotel and Tower Toronto.

Poland's Mixed Feelings Over Memorial to Rescuers of Jews

By Vanessa Gera | Aug 30
Many scholars and ordinary Jews fear that a monument to Polish rescuers at Warsaw's key site of Jewish tragedy will bolster a false historical narrative.

Nepal's Sexual Minorities Parade to Demand Rights

Aug 30
Hundreds of lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transvestites paraded through Nepal's capital Sunday to demand that rights for sexual minorities be included in the country's new constitution.

Gay Men Detail Islamic State Anti-Gay Brutality in U.N. Testimony

By John Riley | Aug 30
Two gay men who fled their home countries after Islamic State militants seized control of their hometowns shared the gruesome details of anti-gay persecution and killings of men suspected of being homosexual.

Egypt Sentences 3 Al-Jazeera Reporters to 3 Years in Prison

By Brian Rohan | Aug 29
An Egyptian court on Saturday sentenced three Al-Jazeera English journalists to three years in prison, the latest twist in a long-running trial criticized worldwide by press freedom advocates and human rights activists.

Europe's Migrant Crisis Brings Tragedy by Land and Sea

By George Jahn and Mohamed ben Khalifa | Aug 29
Rescue workers counted dozens of victims Friday from the increasingly desperate tide of humanity sweeping into Europe fleeing war, oppression and poverty.

Senegal Activist: Release 7 Men Convicted of Gay Acts

By Carley Petesch | Aug 28
A Senegalese activist and a rights group on Friday called for the release of seven men arrested in July and sentenced to six months in prison for homosexual acts.

Warsaw's Iconic, Controversial Rainbow Taken Down at Night

By Monika Scislowska | Aug 27
Warsaw's iconic and controversial rainbow art, once installed by an old cloister and then a symbol of Poland's leadership in the European Union and of tolerance for sexual minorities, has been taken down.

Planned Screening of Gay-Themed Doc Sparks Controversy Down Under

By EDGE | Aug 27
The Telegraph, a Sydney Australia tabloid, went on a rant last week when it was announced that a local girls' high school was to screen a LGBT-friendly documentary.

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