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Sochi Games: Russian activists urge IOC chief to investigate gay rights issues

Sochi Games Russian activists urge IOC chief to: CTVCTV
Saturday, 30 November 2013

IOC President Thomas Bach has met with Russian gay rights activists who urged an investigation ahead of the Sochi Olympics into national laws banning "gay propaganda."
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