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International Despite Court Ruling, China Gay Rights Movement Makes Gains

CHANGSHA, China (AP) - For years, Chen Tiantian could only read about the gay rights movement in faraway places. She knew that there were activists in Beijing and a vibrant community in Shanghai, and that in San Francisco, a distant mecca, gay pride parades took up entire streets. READ MORE.

UK Spy Agency Chief Apologizes For Old Prejudice About Gays

LONDON (AP) - The head of Britain's digital espionage agency has apologized for the organization's historic prejudice against homosexuals, saying it failed to learn from the treatment of World War II codebreaker Alan Turing. READ MORE.

Italy Senate OKs Civil Unions, but LGBT Groups Are Unhappy

Italy's Senate voted Feb. 25 to grant legal recognition to civil unions, as the last holdout in Western Europe took a compromise step to give some rights to gay couples after a bitter, years-long debate. READ MORE.

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