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Thursday 30 June 2016


29th June 2016   International News
Tens of thousands of people poured into the streets of Mexico City for the 38th annual Pride parade over the weekend.   Mexico’s largest LGBTI event, Remezcla reports that the... Read more

27th June 2016   International News
The Samoan Faafafine Association has this morning held a March to End Indifference and Ignorance in the memory of Jeanine Tuivaiki. The march took place at 4.30am local time in... Read more

27th June 2016   International News
Two Policemen proposed to their partners during the London Pride Parade yesterday, stopping the parade to publicly ask their partners for their hand in marriage.   Two police officers, both... Read more

24th June 2016   International News
The father of an intersex baby has been arrested for attempted murder after trying to kill his baby three times. According to China Daily, the father says he tried to... Read more

23rd June 2016   International News
A man claiming he was the Orlando gunman’s lover says that the mass shooting was not an act of terror but an act of revenge against Puerto Ricans after finding... Read more

22nd June 2016   International News
Mexico is part of a core group of Latin American countries, currently proposing a resolution at the UN Human Rights Council on LGBTI issues directly related to violence and discrimination.... Read more

22nd June 2016   International News
For the first time in European history, all 28 member states of the EU have reached a consensus on LGBTI rights.   The agreement that the Council of the European... Read more

21st June 2016   International News
The Samoan Prime Minister has branded the Samoa Observer's front page printing of a photo taken of a young transwoman just after she apparently committed suicide as insensitive, unethical, gruesome... Read more

21st June 2016   International News
Turkish police broke up a gay pride parade with tear gas and plastic bullets at the weekend after the marchers defied a government ban. The ban on glbti marches has... Read more

21st June 2016   International News
Asked if he would talk about his newspaper's controversial publication of a front page photo of Jeanine Tuivaiki shortly after her death, an apparent suicide, the Samoa Observer's Editor-In-Chief, Gatoaitele... Read more