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Putin implies embassy's decision to fly flag "revealed something about the people that work there"
Amendment was approved with hundreds of others, including one that allows Vladimir Putin to stay in power until 2036
Russian officials have charged social workers with criminal negligence for letting a gay couple adopt and raise children
The filmmaker also complained about recognizing gender identity and transgender people
The Times' Opinion section depicted Trump and Putin holding hands and making out
The slides on Finland's Presidential Palace called Chechnya's treatment of LGBTQ people "crimes against humanity"
Many believe the ad is being pushed by pro-Putin operatives hoping to increase turnout to give election air of legitimacy
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
French President Emmanuel Macron has joined a growing list of world leaders calling on Russian President Vladimir Putin to ensure that LGBTQ people in the...
A bipartisan group of House members have introduced a resolution condemning reports of anti-gay violence and persecution in the Russian Republic of Chechnya. The resolution,...
A Russian embassy claims that an investigation into anti-gay persecution in Chechnya has not found evidence to support allegations that gay men are being kidnapped,...
Report comes from gay man who escaped Chechnya