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Gay German men to lose Nazi-era law convictions

Thousands of gay men in Germany convicted under a Nazi-era law banning homosexuality will have their names cleared after a decades-long campaign. The German parliament voted Thursday night to overturn..
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European court strikes down Russia's 'gay propaganda' law

[Russia], June 21 (ANI): A European court has declared a Russian law banning expressions of "gay propaganda" to be discriminatory, ordering Moscow to pay out compensation to three gay rights
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Russia's Lavrov - new U.S. sanctions 'regrettable', 'Russophobia' beyond all bounds

Speaking at a joint news briefing with French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian in Moscow, Lavrov also responded to a verdict of the European Court of Human Rights earlier on Tuesday that a Russian..

Russia to appeal against European court ruling on 'gay propaganda'

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia said on Tuesday it would appeal against a European Court of Human Rights ruling which said a Russian law banning the promotion of homosexuality to minors was discriminatory.
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European court rules in favour of Russian gay activists

The European Court for Human Rights today ruled that Russia's law banning dissemination of so- called gay propaganda to minors violates the right to freedom of expression.

U.S. top court finds law banning offensive trademarks unconstitutional

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Top US Court strikes down law banning convicted sex offenders from social media

The move buttresses free speech rights in a digital age

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