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Watch: Men Film Russian's Reactions to Same-Sex Hand-Holding

By Jason St. Amand | Jul 15
To highlight the Russia's controversial homosexual propaganda laws, a video filmed in the country is going viral this week that shows the horrible reactions locals have when they see two men holding hands in public.

UN Expresses Concern Over LGBT Rights in Turkey

Jul 14
The U.N. has expressed concern over a spate of violent and discriminatory acts against Turkey's LGBT community and called on the country to combat homophobic acts and uphold gay rights.

Trending: Introducing the World's Hottest Street Vendors

By EDGE | Jul 14
The latest social media trend? Super hot street vendors.

18-Day Negotiation Yields Landmark Iran Nuclear Accord

By George Jahn and Matthew Lee | Jul 14
After 18 days of intense and often fractious negotiation, world powers and Iran struck a landmark deal Tuesday to curb Iran's nuclear program in exchange for billions of dollars in relief.

DEA Documents Show 'El Chapo' Began Escape Plots in 2014

By Alicia A. Caldwell and Katherine Corcoran | Jul 14
Mexico's most notorious drug trafficker began plotting to break out of prison almost immediately after his recapture at a seaside resort in February 2014.

Greece Reaches Deal With Creditors, Avoids Euro Exit

By Pan Pylas and Raf Casert | Jul 13
After months of acrimony, Greece finally clinched a bailout agreement with its European creditors on Monday that will, if implemented, secure the country's place in the euro and avoid financial collapse.

Iran Talks Hit Final Stage but Deal Remains Elusive

By Matthew Lee and George Jahn | Jul 13
Disputes over attempts to probe Tehran's alleged work on nuclear weapons unexpectedly persisted at Iran nuclear talks on Monday, diplomats said, threatening plans to wrap up a deal by midnight - the latest in a series of deadlines for the negotiations.

Greek Tourist Hotspots Face Big Bailout Tax Hikes

By Alan Clendenning | Jul 13
The Greek meal sales tax in the bailout proposal being considered Sunday by European leaders would boost it from the current 13 percent to 23 percent, while hotels would see room sales taxes rise from 6.5 percent to 13 percent.

Greek Bailout Talks Go Ahead as Full EU Summit is Canceled

By Pan Pylas and Raf Casert | Jul 12
Greece has another chance Sunday to convince skeptical European creditors that it can be trusted to enact wide-ranging economic reforms which would safeguard its future in the common euro currency.

US Secretary of State 'Hopeful' Iran Nuke Deal Near

By George Jahn and Matthew Lee | Jul 12
Nuclear negotiations with Iran appeared back on track Sunday after blowing through three deadlines, with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry dropping warnings they could go either way.

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