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British Man Claims Lyrica Made Him Gay

British Man Claims Lyrica Made Him Gay

By Kilian Melloy | Apr 17
Update that list of possible side effects? A British man claims he's a former heterosexual who somehow became gay after taking Lyrica.

Imprisoned Chinese Pastor's Family Seeks Mercy

Imprisoned Chinese Pastor's Family Seeks Mercy

Apr 17
The family of Reverend John Sanqiang Cao is pleading with Chinese authorities to reduce the sentence of the Christian pastor, who recently was ordered to spend 7 years behind bars in apparent retaliation for missionary work in Myanmar.

China's Weibo Site Backtracks on Gay Censorship After Outcry

China's Weibo Site Backtracks on Gay Censorship After Outcry

By Yanan Wang | Apr 17
One of China's top social networking sites announced Monday that it will no longer be censoring content related to gay issues after the plan triggered a loud public outcry.

Canadian Alleged Serial Killer Facing 8th Murder Charge

Canadian Alleged Serial Killer Facing 8th Murder Charge

By Rob Gillies | Apr 17
Canadian alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur is now facing an eighth murder charge - the death of a Sri Lankan man who had not been reported missing.

Rooster Thrown on Soccer Field in Russia to Abuse Coach

Rooster Thrown on Soccer Field in Russia to Abuse Coach

Apr 17
A rooster was thrown onto the field in Russia's second-tier soccer league as an apparent act of homophobic abuse against a coach.

Nigerian Extremists Hamper Polio Eradication

Nigerian Extremists Hamper Polio Eradication

By Haruna Umar, Krista Larson | Apr 17
Islamic extremists made Imana Alhaji Gana's village in northeastern Nigeria too dangerous for health workers to vaccinate against polio.

Court: Trinidad Law Banning Gay Sex is Unconstitutional

Court: Trinidad Law Banning Gay Sex is Unconstitutional

Apr 14
A court in the Caribbean island of Trinidad & Tobago has ruled that colonial-era laws banning same-sex intimacy between consenting adults are unconstitutional.

After Sparking Outrage, Amazon Removes 'Straight Pride' Pin from Site

After Sparking Outrage, Amazon Removes 'Straight Pride' Pin from Site

Apr 13
A U.K.-based company removed a controversial "straight pride" pin from its website and from Amazon after some shoppers took issue with the badge.

AP Explains: U.S. Targets Heart of China's Economic Blueprint

AP Explains: U.S. Targets Heart of China's Economic Blueprint

By Joe McDonald | Apr 13
President Donald Trump's threat to hike tariffs on technology imports from China strikes at the heart of Beijing's state-led blueprint for prosperity and restoring the nation's greatness.

Battle to Save Elephants Gaining Some Ground

Battle to Save Elephants Gaining Some Ground

Apr 13
The battle to save Africa's elephants appears to be gaining momentum. The Associated Press gained rare access to Tanzania's Mikumi National Park where killings are declining and some populations are starting to grow again.

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