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European court rules in favor of Russian gay activists

WorldNews Tuesday, 20 June 2017 ()
European court rules in favor of Russian gay activistsMOSCOW (AP) — The European Court for Human Rights on Tuesday ruled that Russia's law banning dissemination of so-called gay propaganda to minors violates the right to freedom of expression. In the first major court battle for gay activists who have contested the law, the court found in favor of three gay activists who claimed the law violated the rights to freedom of expression and prohibition of discrimination under the European...
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