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In Mexico Caravan, LGBTQ Migrants Stick Together for Safety

In Mexico Caravan, LGBTQ Migrants Stick Together for Safety

By Sonia Perez D. | Nov 13
Dozens of transgender women and gay men in the caravan moving through Mexico with hopes of seeking asylum in the United States have banded together for protection.

UK Police Make Arrest in Hunt for 'Friends' Lookalike Thief

UK Police Make Arrest in Hunt for 'Friends' Lookalike Thief

Nov 13
British police say they have arrested a suspect in their hunt for a shoplifter who bears a striking resemblance to Ross Geller, the character played by David Schwimmer on the TV show "Friends."

Tanzania Steps Up Persecution, Drives LGBTQs Into Hiding

Tanzania Steps Up Persecution, Drives LGBTQs Into Hiding

By Kilian Melloy | Nov 12
The announcement of a "task force" with the mission of identifying and persecuting LGBTQ people in Tanzania has sent hundreds of people into hiding, media reports say.

Training Kids to Kill at Ukrainian Nationalist Camp

Training Kids to Kill at Ukrainian Nationalist Camp

By Yuras Karmanau | Nov 12
The campers, some clad in combat fatigues, carefully aim their assault rifles. Their instructor offers advice: Don't think of your target as a human being.So when these boys and girls shoot, they will shoot to kill.

Trump Largely Alone as World Leaders Take Aim at Nationalism

Trump Largely Alone as World Leaders Take Aim at Nationalism

By Darlene Superville and Jill Colvin | Nov 12
For President Donald Trump in Paris, America First meant largely America alone.

Ugandan Pop Star-Politician Performs 1st Show Since Jailing

Ugandan Pop Star-Politician Performs 1st Show Since Jailing

By Rodney Muhumuza | Nov 11
Ugandan pop star and opposition politician Bobi Wine performed his first concert since he was charged with treason and jailed.

Saudi Sisters' Tragic End in NY Shows Perils for Runaways

Saudi Sisters' Tragic End in NY Shows Perils for Runaways

By Aya Batrawy | Nov 11
The deaths of two young Saudi sisters, whose bodies washed up along the New York City waterfront last month, have shined a light on the often secretive and risky journeys Saudi women take to flee their homes, both within the kingdom and abroad.

World Leaders Gather in Paris a Century after WWI Armistice

World Leaders Gather in Paris a Century after WWI Armistice

By John Leicester, Raf Casert and Lori Hinnant | Nov 11
World leaders with the power to make war but a duty to preserve peace solemnly marked the end of World War I's slaughter 100 years ago at commemorations Sunday that drove home the message "never again.'

Trump Visit to US Cemetery in France Canceled Due to Rain

Trump Visit to US Cemetery in France Canceled Due to Rain

By Jill Colvin | Nov 11
President Donald Trump canceled a planned visit to a cemetery for Americans killed in World War I, the White House said, citing bad weather that grounded his helicopter.

Bulk of Migrant Caravan Departs Mexico City

Bulk of Migrant Caravan Departs Mexico City

By Christopher Sherman | Nov 10
Thousands of Central American migrants were back on the move Saturday, as dedicated Mexico City metro trains whisked members of a caravan headed to the U.S. border to the last stop on a line in the northern part of the capital.

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