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US Gay Porn Studio Under Fire for 'Racist' Didgeridoo Scene

US Gay Porn Studio Under Fire for 'Racist' Didgeridoo Scene

May 22
The popular American gay porn studio Men.com is coming under fire on social media for a scene called "Didgeridoo Me," in which performers are penetrated with the Australian Aboriginal wind instrument.

Indonesia Police Arrest Dozens in Raid on Jakarta Gay Sauna

Indonesia Police Arrest Dozens in Raid on Jakarta Gay Sauna

By Tatan Syuflana and Niniek Karmini | May 22
Indonesian police detained dozens of men including several foreigners in a weekend raid on a gay sauna in the capital, another sign of growing hostility to homosexuality in the world's most populous Muslim nation.

Contradictions Add Up During Trump's Saudi Visit

Contradictions Add Up During Trump's Saudi Visit

By Ken Thomas and Jill Colvin | May 22
President Trump finds himself adjusting to the nuances of Middle East diplomacy, where inflammatory campaign slogans - no matter how popular among some voters - can be the cause of major disruptions now that he holds office.

'Unchechen:' Short Film Raises Awareness on Gay Persecution in Russian Republic

'Unchechen:' Short Film Raises Awareness on Gay Persecution in Russian Republic

May 21
The film is based on accounts told by men who have escaped these alleged anti-gay prisons.

Trump: Fight Against Terror a 'Battle Between Good and Evil'

Trump: Fight Against Terror a 'Battle Between Good and Evil'

By Jonathan Lemire and Julie Pace | May 21
Demanding Middle East leaders combat a "crisis of Islamic extremism" emanating from their homelands, President Donald Trump tried to revise his previous anti-Muslim rhetoric.

Report: China Cripples CIA Operations, Kills Informants

Report: China Cripples CIA Operations, Kills Informants

May 21
The Chinese government "systematically dismantled" CIA spying operations in China starting in late 2010 and killed or imprisoned at least a dozen CIA sources over the next two years, The New York Times reported Saturday.

Rouhani, a Man of the Islamic Revolution, Opens Iran to West

Rouhani, a Man of the Islamic Revolution, Opens Iran to West

By Jon Gambrell | May 21
As Iran's chief nuclear envoy, Hassan Rouhani earned the nickname "diplomat sheikh" when negotiators in 2004 reached a deal that saw the Islamic Republic halt all its enrichment of uranium.

Prince Harry Brings Girlfriend Meghan Markle to Wedding Fest

Prince Harry Brings Girlfriend Meghan Markle to Wedding Fest

May 21
Privacy-hungry Prince Harry was nearly able to bring his American girlfriend to Pippa Middleton's private wedding reception without being photographed. Nearly.

Turkey: Man Detained on US Plane Just Wanted 1st Class Seat

Turkey: Man Detained on US Plane Just Wanted 1st Class Seat

May 21
Turkey's official news agency says the FBI has detained a Turkish man who attempted to sit in first class on a Los Angeles-Honolulu flight.

Rape Inquiry Dropped, WikiLeaks' Assange Remains in Embassy

Rape Inquiry Dropped, WikiLeaks' Assange Remains in Embassy

By Gregory Katz And David Keyton | May 20
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange no longer is the subject of an active rape investigation in Sweden, but he remains holed up in Ecuador's embassy in London facing an unclear future.

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