Jurors in the trial of five men accused of murdering Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov have retired to consider their verdicts.
The outspoken opponent of President Vladimir Putin was shot dead.. Source: euronews (in English) -
Two men from Chechnya said they were detained by police and subjected to torture and beatings because they were gay, which is considered a crime by some in their deeply conservative region of.. Source: IBTimesTV -
Ian McKellen is speaking out against the 'gay purge' in Chechnya, Russia. Ian McKellen The X-Men actor joined others out of the Russian embassy in London to protest the arrest, torture, and murder of.. Source: Wibbitz Studio -
Watch VideoRussia's anti-LGBTQ policies are under fire again, this time by the European Court of Human Rights.
The policy in question, which bans LGBTQ "propaganda," is designed to penalize LGBTQ.. Newsy
Has he really been that bad for LGBTQ people? Let's retrace our steps.
Donald Trump at a campaign rally in Colorado in 2016. Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images.
Last summer, Donald Trump.. Upworthy
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*Karl Marx famously said that history repeats itself, first as tragedy, second as farce. *The only difference between the Afghan jihad back in the ‘80s that spawned.. Zero Hedge
England manager Gareth Southgate flies to Russia for a World Cup research trip this week, facing a scramble for the best training bases. Germany, Belgium and Brazil have already made a start. MailOnline
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*It’s another week in Washington and another horror show. *This time it was Attorney General Jeff Sessions being grilled by.. Zero Hedge
The number of ethnic Russians in what were the non-Russian republics of the former Soviet Union has fallen from 25 million in 1989 to 11 million today, but only 6.5 million of that decline consists of.. Eurasia Review
Two men from Chechnya have told Reuters they were detained by police and subjected to torture and beatings because they were gay, which is considered a crime by some in their deeply conservative region.. Huffington Post
Two men have spoken out about the torture they endured for being gay in Chechnya, where they claim they were beaten, electrocuted and abused by police before fleeing the country. The men, who were.. Raw Story
Two gay men tell NPR they were kidnapped, beaten and interrogated in Chechnya before they were able to find refuge in Moscow. Human Rights Watch warns that Chechnya is conducting an "anti-gay purge." NPR
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Two men from Chechnya have told Reuters they were detained by police and subjected to torture and beatings because they were gay, which is considered a crime by some in their deeply.. Reuters Also reported by •DNA
LGBT rights have been steadily improving in many countries, but sadly such progress is not linear, nor global, and nothing highlights that more than the shocking persecution of gay men in Chechnya. PinkNews
In the first episode of Stone’s hugely anticipated Showtime series, which aired Monday night, *Russian President Vladimir Putin pulled no punches* claiming US is to blame for the rise of Al-Qaeda and.. Zero Hedge
Russian President Vladimir Putin has accused the U.S. of supporting the most violent insurgency in post-Soviet Russia, during an interview with American director Oliver Stone. The pair spoke about a.. Raw Story