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Imagining Cuba's Human Rights Situation After Fidel Castro

By Anita Snow | Nov 27
In the wake of the revolutionary's death Friday night, human rights groups said they hoped that his brother and successor, Raul Castro, would move faster toward allowing Cubans more freedom of speech, assembly and other basic rights.

Gay Rights Activists March in Annual New Delhi Parade

Nov 27
Hundreds of gay rights activists marched in a parade in New Delhi on Sunday.

Fidel Castro Clung to Socialism, Mentored New Leftists

By Michael Weissenstein and Paul Haven | Nov 26
Castro's "final hour" became weeks, then months, then years.

Ex-Premiers Vie to be Conservative Choice in French Election

By Sylvie Corbet | Nov 25
Sunday's primary runoff to select a conservative candidate for the French presidential election pits a champion of free-market economics and traditional family values against a moderate who accuses his rival of pandering to the far right.

UK Serial Killer Convicted of Murdering 3 Gay Men He Met Online

Nov 23
A British man has been convicted of murdering three men he met on gay dating websites.

State Department Warns of 'Heightened Risk' in Europe

Nov 22
The State Department is advising U.S. citizens traveling in Europe to be aware of a "heightened risk of terrorist attacks" during the holiday season.

Trump's Pick for Justice Dept. Could Influence Immigration

By Eileen Sullivan and Alicia A. Caldwell | Nov 22
As a senator, Jeff Sessions became Congress' leading advocate not only for a cracking down on illegal immigration, but also for slowing all immigration, increasing mass deportations and scrutinizing more strictly those entering the U.S.

Gay Rights Supporters Win UN Victory to Keep UN LGBT Expert

By Edit M. Lederer | Nov 22
Supporters of gay rights won a victory at the United Nations Monday when an African attempt to suspend the first U.N. independent expert charged with investigating violence and discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity failed.

Africans Fail to Block First UN Expert on LGBT Violence

Nov 21
African nations and their supporters have failed to suspend the first U.N. independent expert charged with investigating violence and discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity from doing his job.

LGBT Human Rights Group Calls On Trump Administration To Continue Global Efforts

By John McDonald | Nov 20
A global LGBT organization is calling on President-elect Donald J. Trump to continue efforts by the American government to safeguard the rights of society's most vulnerable people.

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