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Iranian Baby With Heart Defect To Undergo Surgery Soon

Iranian Baby With Heart Defect To Undergo Surgery Soon

Feb 11
An Iranian infant soon will have life-saving heart surgery in Portland after she was temporarily banned from coming into the U.S. by President Donald Trump's immigration order.

Palestinian Writer Afraid To Go Home Amid Uproar Over Novel

Palestinian Writer Afraid To Go Home Amid Uproar Over Novel

By Mohammed Daraghmeh | Feb 11
A young Palestinian author is stranded in Qatar after Palestinian authorities in the West Bank confiscated all copies of his latest novel and issued an arrest warrant for him.

US Court Refuses to Reinstate Trump's Anti-Muslim Travel Ban

US Court Refuses to Reinstate Trump's Anti-Muslim Travel Ban

Feb 9
A federal appeals court in San Francisco has refused to reinstate President Donald Trump's ban on travelers from seven predominantly Muslim nations.

Russian Tattoo Artist Turns Abuse Scars Into Butterflies

Russian Tattoo Artist Turns Abuse Scars Into Butterflies

By Veronika Silchenko | Feb 9
Flowers and butterflies are what a Russian tattoo artist gives to victims of domestic violence to help hide the physical scars from abusive relationships they want to put in the past.

A Look at the Judges Who Will Rule on Trump's Travel Ban

A Look at the Judges Who Will Rule on Trump's Travel Ban

By Sudhin Thanawala and Gene Johnson | Feb 9
Three judges on the San Francisco-based 9th Circuit Court of Appeals will decide as soon as Thursday whether to immediately reinstate President Donald Trump's travel ban. Here's a look at their backgrounds and judicial decisions.

New Zealand Men Convicted of Gay Sex Have Records Wiped

New Zealand Men Convicted of Gay Sex Have Records Wiped

By Nick Perry | Feb 9
Gay men in New Zealand who were convicted of homosexuality more than three decades ago when it was considered a crime will soon be able to have their records cleared.

The French Election: As Twisty as an Alpine Road

The French Election: As Twisty as an Alpine Road

By John Leicester | Feb 8
French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron has denied online chatter that he was having a secret gay affair. His head-on, humorous tackling of the gossip was the latest turn in a presidential race proving as twisty as a Tour de France road.

Gay Porn Actor Says He was Strip Searched, 'Humiliated' at Israeli Airport

Gay Porn Actor Says He was Strip Searched, 'Humiliated' at Israeli Airport

Feb 8
A French gay porn actor claims airport officials at Ben Gurion International Airport strip searched and interrogated him because he has a "Muslim-sound name."

Madonna Faced Sharp Questions in Malawi Adoption Process

Madonna Faced Sharp Questions in Malawi Adoption Process

By Gregory Gondwe | Feb 8
Court documents in Malawi say Madonna was asked "uncomfortable questions" by a judge during the pop star's successful application to adopt more children from the southern African country.

Tanzania Orders Arrest of 3 Men Accused of Promoting Homosexuality

Tanzania Orders Arrest of 3 Men Accused of Promoting Homosexuality

Feb 7
A Tanzanian official has ordered the arrest of three men accused of promoting homosexuality in this East African country.

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