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Soccer: England fan ready to fly the flag for gay rights in Russia

Reuters India Monday, 18 June 2018
Soccer: England fan ready to fly the flag for gay rights in RussiaVOLGOGRAD, Russia (Reuters) - England fan Di Cunningham plans to fly the flag - quite literally - for gay rights in Russia on Monday night, where she will be cheering on the Three Lions' in their World Cup opener against Tunisia.
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