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Attack On Kissing Men Fuels Push For Italy Hate Crime Law

A recent attack in a Rome train station on two men who were kissing fueled calls by Italian political leaders Sunday for quick passage of

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Charles Lewis, Former DC Chief At AP And Hearst, Has Died

Charles Lewis, a former Washington bureau chief for The Associated Press and The Hearst Newspapers who tirelessly advocated for the release of AP journalist Terry

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Israel Revokes Permit Of Palestinian Foreign Minister

Israel on Sunday revoked the VIP permit of the Palestinian foreign minister after he returned to the West Bank from a trip to the International

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Protesters Against Policing Bill Clash With Officers In Bristol, England

Police and protesters clashed in the city of Bristol in southwest England on Sunday at a demonstration against a government bill that would give police

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Slovak PM Prepared To Step Down To Resolve Coalition Crisis But Sets Conditions

Slovak Prime Minister Igor Matovic said on Sunday he was prepared to step down to resolve a crisis in his fourparty coalition, if his coalition

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Italian Minister Meets Libya’s New Tripoli Government

Italys top diplomat on Sunday became the most senior western official to travel to Libya after an interim government took power in the North African

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Germany Set To Extend COVID-19 Lockdown, Draft Proposal Says

Germany is set to extend a lockdown to contain the COVID19 pandemic into its fifth month, according to a draft proposal, after infection rates exceeded