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Turkey Bans All LGBTI Events in Ankara, Citing Security

Turkey Bans All LGBTI Events in Ankara, Citing Security

Nov 19
Turkish officials have banned all events by lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex rights groups in the country's capital.

NYC Subway to Use Gender-Neutral Terms for Announcements

NYC Subway to Use Gender-Neutral Terms for Announcements

Nov 19
When it comes to the New York City subways, there's no such thing as ladies and gentlemen.

Germany Votes to Recognize Third Gender

Germany Votes to Recognize Third Gender

By Ryan Lynch | Nov 18
German lawmakers are clearing the way for people to officially identify in a third gender category.

WW1 German Submarine Found off Belgian Coast

WW1 German Submarine Found off Belgian Coast

Nov 18
Nearly 100 years after it sank, Belgian underwater explorer Tomas Termote has identified a World War I German submarine off the coast of Belgium.

'Overtourism' Becomes Major Obstacle Among Global Destinations

'Overtourism' Becomes Major Obstacle Among Global Destinations

By Pan Pylas | Nov 18
Tourism-phobia has become increasingly prevalent, particularly in European destinations where visitors crowd the same places at the same time.

Trump Delays New Policy on Importing Elephant Parts

Trump Delays New Policy on Importing Elephant Parts

By Donna Casata | Nov 18
President Donald Trump said Friday he's delaying a new policy allowing the body parts of African elephants shot for sport to be imported until he can review "all conservation facts."

Christmas is Cancelled! Aussie Tennis Legend Throws Fit Over Marriage Vote

Christmas is Cancelled! Aussie Tennis Legend Throws Fit Over Marriage Vote

Nov 17
Although love won in Australia with the historic postal vote moving the country to marriage equality, notorious homophobic tennis legend Margaret Court is seeing love in tennis terms - as zero.

Women's Entrepreneurship Day Convenes at United Nations

Women's Entrepreneurship Day Convenes at United Nations

Nov 16
The Annual International Women's Entrepreneurship Day [WED] convenes at the United Nations in New York City on Friday, November 17, 2017 to empower women and girls globally to help alleviate poverty.

Trump Admin. Lifts Obama-Era Ban on Import of Elephant Trophies

Trump Admin. Lifts Obama-Era Ban on Import of Elephant Trophies

Nov 16
The Trump Administration continued its ongoing assault against all that's decent Wednesday by lifting an Obama-era ban on the import of the heads of elephants killed in two African countries.

Australian Senate Debates Gays Rights in Marriage Bill

Australian Senate Debates Gays Rights in Marriage Bill

By Rod McGuirk | Nov 16
A gay lawmaker on Thursday started the Australian Parliament's debate on legal recognition for same-sex marriage with an emotion speech in which he warned against winding back LGBT rights.

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