Several men and women have been detained in Russia’s Chechnya region on suspicion of being gay, signaling yet another renewal of efforts to purge the...
The slides on Finland's Presidential Palace called Chechnya's treatment of LGBTQ people "crimes against humanity"
Zelimkhan Akhmadov's family has reportedly been encouraged -- or threatened -- to murder him as part of an "honor killing"
Griffin says silence from the White House sends a message that human rights abuses abroad will be condoned
The U.S. Senate has unanimously passed, via voice vote, a resolution condemning the violence and persecution directed against LGBTQ people in Chechnya. The resolution is...
Western governments are failing Chechnya's persecuted gay men. It's time for citizens to act.
Arrests and illegal detentions of gay and bisexual men have been taking place since December 2016
Human rights advocates are calling on U.S. evening newscasts to cover the ongoing anti-gay persecution in Chechnya, including the imprisonment and execution of LGBTQ people...
Authorities in Chechnya have begun accusing men suspected of being gay or bisexual of being terrorists affiliated with ISIS, in order to prevent them from...
Chechen leader continues to deny reports that gay and bisexual men are being tortured in his country
It remains unclear whether President Donald Trump brought up the topic of anti-gay abuses happening in the Russian republic of Chechnya when he met face-to-face...
LGBTQ advocates call on U.S. officials to more forcefully condemn the anti-gay purge
The president of the Human Rights Campaign has penned an open letter to President Donald Trump calling on him to speak out on and condemn...
House calls on Chechen and Russian authorities, and the United States, to take steps to stop the anti-gay violence
Ramzan Kadyrov invites French and German leaders to Chechnya, despite growing evidence of persecution