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Istanbul Bans LGBT Pride Over Fears Of Violence

Istanbul Governor Vasip Sahin has banned an LGBT Pride march scheduled to take place on Sunday

Queen Elizabeth Vows To Protect LGBT Community From Discrimination

During an address to the UK Parliament on Wednesday, Queen Elizabeth II pledged to protect the LGBT community from discrimination

Thousands Attend LGBT Pride March In Kiev Amid Tight Security

Thousands of people attended Sunday's LGBT Pride march in Ukraine's capital Kiev

Conservative Serbia To Get Openly Gay Prime Minister

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic has chosen Ana Brnabic, who is openly lesbian, to be the nation's next prime minister

Scottish Episcopal Church Okays Gay Marriage

The Scottish Episcopal Church has voted to allow gay and lesbian couples to marry in the church, making it the first major Christian church in the UK to do so

Vladimir Putin Would Rather Not Shower With A Gay Man: Why Provoke Him?

Russian President Vladimir Putin has defended his government's record on LGBT rights

London Bridge Attacker Worried TV Would Turn His Daughter Gay

One of the three men killed by police in Saturday's London Bridge attack had prohibited his daughter from watching TV over fears she was going to turn gay

Madrid Installs LGBT Crossing Lights Ahead Of WorldPride

Madrid has installed inclusive traffic lights showing gay, lesbian and straight couples holding hands at 72 crossings around the city

Malta's Prime Minister Promises Gay Marriage Law

Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat on Monday was sworn in for a second term after calling for a snap election in May

Polish Organizers Say Warsaw LGBT Pride Set New Attendance Record

Organizers behind Poland's 17th annual Equality Parade say Saturday's event set a new attendance record with 50,000 participants

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