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Gunmen reportedly open fire at Moscow gay club

Homophobia is policy in Putin’s Russia!” 

 

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Spectrum Human Rights, from the Virginia-based human-rights group’s Nov. 16 release advisving that affiliates in Moscow and Russian media are reporting that two gunmen opened fire at 5 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 16, Moscow time, on a popular gay nightclub there, Central Station. While bullets struck the buildling housing the club, no one was injured. Russia’s ЕÐ’РОСМИ outlet reports that no arrests have been made. 

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