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LGBT human rights: freedom or infringement in Kazakhstan?
Article 19, the UK's human rights organization proposed introducing a concept of an anti-LGBT crime to the Kazakhstani Criminal Code.
Russian MP says homosexuals 'mentally ill' after lesbian selfie
A Russian lawmaker who has strongly backed anti-gay legislation said all homosexuals were "mentally ill".
IOC introduces reforms: from diminishing costs to anti-sexual discrimination
The IOC introduced reforms for the next Olympics Games. Kazakhstan is bidding to host the 2022 Olympics so it can be affected as well.
Gay smooch ad creators lose in court; situation of sexual minorities in Kazakhstan in spotlight
Creators of the scandalous poster depicting a smooch between Kazakh composer and Russian poet of 19 century have lost the appeal in court on grounds of "acceptable morality and behaviour". What is for sexual minorities in Kazakhstan?
Gay marriage set to make grand US Supreme Court return
The US Supreme Court this week made plans toward revisiting gay marriage.
Kazakhstan looks to ban gay 'propaganda' and identify gays by searching for degeneratism in their DNA
Kazakhstan activists urged the Kazakh Parliament to ban gay propaganda and prohibit the people known to be gay from holding public offices and serving in the army.
Kazakhstan Minister of Culture calls gay smooch ad 'ugly' and 'nonhuman'
The infamous poster depicting a Russian poet and a Kazakh composer smooching caused outrage in the social media in Kazakhstan. Now, the Kazakh Minister of Culture has joined the slamming.
Russian political party slams ad depicting Russian poet kissing Kazakh composer
The poster of Kazakh composer Kurmangazy and Russian poet Pushkin kissing produced by an Almaty-based ads agency is in the eye of a hurricane of outrage from both Kazakhstan and Russia.
Kazakh mayor accuses international media of 'promoting' homosexuality
Astana mayor Tasmagambetov spoke about the importance of education and called the Kazakhstan citizens to safeguard their children from the "brainwashing" coming from abroad.
China court hears first gay 'conversion therapy' case
A Beijing court began hearing a landmark case on "gay conversion" treatment Thursday, as an activist in a nurse's uniform knelt over a patient, wielding a giant needle, outside.
Australian same-sex marriage support hits record-high: poll
Support for same-sex marriage has reached a record high in Australia, a poll showed Tuesday, as pressure mounts on Prime Minister Tony Abbott to allow a conscience vote on the issue.
WHO urges all gay men to use preventive drugs
The World Health Organization urged all men who have gay sex to take antiretroviral drugs, warning that HIV infections are rising among homosexual men in many parts of the world.
Tens of thousands turn out for Istanbul Gay Pride parade
Tens of thousands of people took to the streets of Istanbul for the city's Gay Pride parade, an event that has taken on added political significance a year on from massive anti-government protests.
Costa Rica to allow gay couples to share health benefits
Costa Rica's social security administration has agreed to allow same-sex couples to share health and pension benefits, even though the conservative Central American country bans gay marriage.
Six Moroccans jailed for 'homosexuality': NGO
A Moroccan court has jailed six men for up to three years on various charges including "homosexuality", a rights group told AFP.
Sao Paulo gay march urges action on homophobia
Revelers thronged central Sao Paulo for the city's annual gay pride parade Sunday amid calls to criminalize homophobic behavior.
Nigeria gets first visit from UN rights chief
Nigeria, under fire internationally for banning gay marriage and alleged abuses while tackling Islamist insurgents, received its first visit from the United Nations human rights commissioner.
Dalai Lama says no problem with gay marriage
The celibate Dalai Lama has thrown his considerable moral weight behind gay marriage, condemning homophobia and saying sex was fine as long as it was consensual.
Uganda president to sign anti-gay bill into law
Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni will sign into law Monday a controversial bill that will see homosexuals jailed for life, despite international pressure.
China gay activists' message for Putin on Valentine's Day
A group of gay and lesbian activists staged a Valentine's Day kissing protest in Beijing Friday aimed at highlighting Russia's controversial anti-homosexuality laws.
29 march 2011, 11:19
77 Kazakhstanis stay in Japan
29 march 2011, 11:19
77 Kazakhstanis stay in Japan
08 november 2012, 16:17
Obama set to 'extend hand' to Iran again: analysts
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Obama warns on 'chilling effect' of Malaysia opposition trial
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