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A Paris court has thrown out a legal case against nine gay rights activists who bared their breasts in a rowdy protest inside Notre Dame Cathedral, ruling that there was insufficient evidence of any material damage.
The Tom of Finland postage stamps are a huge, international success -- selling stamps in in 178 countries, including the U.S., Britain and France.
Ukraine's last cease-fire collapsed quickly. This one may last - because it's in Russian President Vladimir Putin's interests.
Gambia's National Assembly has passed a bill imposing life imprisonment for some homosexual acts, officials said Monday, potentially worsening the climate for sexual minorities in a country with one of Africa's most vocal anti-gay leaders.
J.K. Rowling shut down a homophobic Twitter user this week with just a few well-chosen words.
A man from the United Kingdom has been sentenced to jail for 14 years for beating his gay roommate with a hammer in May 2013.
Officials from gay hookup app Grindr have disabled its distance/GPS function in countries with anti-gay policies just weeks after an anonymous hacker revealed last month that Grindr had a glitch that exposed the exact locations of its users.
Doctors Without Borders shuttered one of its Ebola treatment centers in Guinea in May. They thought the deadly virus was being contained there.
Prince George is not going to be an only child for long - the toddler will soon have a baby sister or brother to share his fancy digs at Kensington Palace.
Egypt's top prosecutor ordered Saturday seven men detained and physically examined over accusations of "debauchery," a charge often leveled at gays, after a video emerged of a same-sex wedding party, the state news agency reported.