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Kerry: US to Accept 85,000 Refugees in 2016, 100,000 in 2017

By Ken Dilanian | Sep 20
Scrambling to address a growing Syrian refugee crisis, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry announced Sunday that the United States would significantly increase the number of worldwide migrants it takes in over the next two years.

Nepal Formally Adopts Constitution Amid Stepped-Up Security

By Binaj Gurubacharya | Sep 20
Nepal on Sunday formally adopted a much anticipated and long-delayed constitution that took more than seven years to complete following a decade of political infighting.

Serbia Pride March Calls for Solidarity With Migrants

By Jovana Gec | Sep 20
Hundreds attending a tightly-secured gay pride event on Sunday in Serbia called for solidarity with tens of thousands of migrants passing through the Balkan country in search of a new life in Western Europe.

Abbott Ouster Will Not Change Australia's Marriage Equality Stance

By John Riley | Sep 20
It looks like LGBT activists have celebrated too soon after the ouster of former Australia Prime Minister Tony Abbott by his own party in a leadership election on Monday.

New Zealand Zookeeper Fatally Attacked by Sumatran Tiger

By Nick Perry | Sep 20
A veteran New Zealand zookeeper was attacked and killed by a Sumatran tiger Sunday inside the animal's enclosure.

Spain's Conservative Ruling Party Leaders Attend Gay Wedding

By Harold Heckle | Sep 19
The top brass of Spain's ruling conservative Popular Party including Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy have attended the same-sex marriage of their deputy secretary-general, thus giving tacit approval to a law they once bitterly opposed.

Kyrgyzstan to Vote on Harsh 'Homosexual Propaganda' Law Next Month

Sep 19
In a new report from the Daily Beast, members of Kyrgyzstan's parliament will vote on, and likely pass, an anti-gay measure next month that is reportedly even "harsher" than Russia's "homosexual propaganda" law.

Venezuelan Film Flourishing as Society Becomes More Censored

By Hannah Dreier | Sep 19
A new wave of cinema is emerging from the chaos and violence of modern Venezuela that focuses on highly personal tales of gay love affairs and little boys who want to wear party dresses.

Australia's New Prime Minister Fends Off Sell-Out Accusation

By Rod McGuirk | Sep 18
The honeymoon did not last long for Malcolm Turnbull. Just days after he took over as prime minister of Australia the attacks have started, with opponents accusing him of selling his ideological soul on issues like gay marriage in order to get the job.

Chinese Men Selling Sperm, Organs for iPhone 6s

Sep 17
A number of Chinese men are considering selling their sperm and organs in order to purchase the new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus.

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