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If Putin Hates Gays, We’ll Support Them: Russia’s War Changes the Lives of Ukrainian LGBTQ


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A civil-partnership bill is being delayed and homophobic voices are still loud, but the war is changing the status of queer people in Ukraine

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A civil-partnership bill is being delayed and homophobic voices are still loud, but the war is changing the status of queer people in UkraineLiza RozovskyOct 1, 2023 1:02 pm IDTGet email notification for articles from Liza Rozovsky FollowOct 1, 2023 1:02 pm IDTLiza RozovskyOct 1, 2023 1:02 pm IDTGet email notification for articles from Liza Rozovsky…
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One of Israel’s biggest supporters in the Democratic Party warned opposition leader Benjamin Netanyahu that establishing a coalition with the Kahanist lawmaker Itamar Ben-Gvir could strain ties with the U.S., according to a report by Israeli news site Walla. Subscribe15Skip 15 seconds backwards1XChange playback rate from 1 to 1Senator Robert Menendez,…
posted 5m ago via haaretz.com
 

Opinion | Haaretz EditorialEditorial | Haaretz EditorialSep 27, 2023Get email notification for articles from Haaretz Editorial FollowSep 27, 2023Haaretz EditorialGet email notification for articles from Haaretz Editorial FollowThe Armenians fleeing Nagorno-Karabakh en masse still remember the first years after the Soviet Union fell apart, when their…
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Opinion | Haaretz EditorialEditorial | Haaretz EditorialSep 27, 2023Get email notification for articles from Haaretz Editorial FollowSep 27, 2023Haaretz EditorialGet email notification for articles from Haaretz Editorial FollowThe Armenians fleeing Nagorno-Karabakh en masse still remember the first years after the Soviet Union fell apart, when their…
posted 59m ago via haaretz.com
 

U.S. Senator Bob Menendez (D-N.J.) issued the following statement in commemoration of the 22nd anniversary of the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001: Twenty-two years ago today, nearly 3,000 Americans – including 750 from my home state of New Jersey – were senselessly killed in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. As we come together…
posted 1h ago via insidernj.com
 

The de-facto Armenian authorities of Nagorno-Karabakh announced on September 28 the dismantling of all institutions by January, marking the end of the enclave, which dates back to the beginning of the Soviet period. The Armenian government of the region, which it calls Artsakh, has dissolved, its army surrendered, and one of its former leaders was…
posted 11h ago via cepa.org
 
Ankara [Turkey], October 1 (ANI): The Turkish Parliament reconvened for a new term hours after a suicide bomber detonated explosives outside the ministry building in Ankara, leaving two policemen injured, Al Jazeera reported. Hours after the attack on the interior ministry, the Turkish parliament convened after a nearly three-month break. The session…
posted 18h ago by ANI via ThePrint
 

Ukrainian soldiers hide during the shelling at the air defense positions held in Kostiantynivka, Ukraine, on August 8, 2023.Wojciech Grzedzinski/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images A new US bill to prevent a government shutdown omits further aid for Ukraine. Republicans are divided on Ukraine and whether to prolong additional funding. Ukraine’s President…
posted 18h ago by Rebecca Rommen via Business Insider
 

With help from Paul McLeary and Connor O’BrienSubscribe here | Email Alex | Email MattThe details of the today’s indictment against Sen. BOB MENENDEZ read like a white-collar crime movie: Wads of cash stuffed in a Senate jacket! A new Mercedes-Benz convertible! Literal gold bars! And just as in a thriller,…
posted 12h ago via politico.com
 

The FBI is investigating whether Egypt’s intelligence services might have been involved in the alleged bribery scheme described in the indictment of Sen. Bob Menendez and his wife, sources familiar with the matter told NBC News.The counterintelligence investigation is in addition to the federal corruption case that accuses Menendez, D-N.J., of accepting…
posted 15h ago via nbcnews.com
 

Media coverage of embattled New Jersey Democratic Sen. Bob Menendez’s indictment has focused on things like gold bars and wads of cash found stuffed in his clothing — the cartoonish elements of the corruption allegations leveled by the Department of Justice. National security experts, however, say the indictment’s reference to Egyptian intelligence…
posted 15h ago via theintercept.com
 

The indictment of Sen. Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) has temporarily toppled a powerful Senate Foreign Relations chairman known for keeping a tight grip on matters before the panel and wielding his seat to achieve his aims.  Menendez is gearing up for the fight of his political life, refusing to resign over corruption charges despite calls from many of…
posted 16h ago via thehill.com
 

YEREVAN, Armenia — Azerbaijan issued an arrest warrant for former Nagorno-Karabakh separatist leader Arayik Harutyunyan, the country’s prosecutor general said Sunday.Harutyunyan led the breakaway region, which is internationally recognized as part of Azerbaijan but largely populated by ethnic Armenians, between May 2020 and last month, when the separatist…
posted 18h ago via washingtonpost.com
 

Pope Francis called during the Sunday prayer on Azerbaijan and Armenia to dialogue on the situation of forcibly displaced people from Nagorno-Karabakh, Rai Radio 1 reports. He also prayed for “suffering Ukraine and all lands wounded by war”. More than 100,000 people left their homes in Nagorno-Karabakh and fled to Armenia after Azerbaijan’s September…
posted 19h ago via news.am
 

On September 28, the president of the self-declared republic of Nagorno-Karabakh, Samvel Shahramanyan, announced that it would cease to exist on January 1, 2024. According to a decree that he has signed, all state institutions will have been dissolved by this date. It follows Azerbaijan’s military takeover of Nagorno-Karabakh and the subsequent flight…
posted 19h ago via dw.com
 

Обломки повредили складские помещения
posted 19h ago via Радио Свобода
 

The US was ready to train Ukrainian exiles to return to support their resistance movement at home but the trainees decided not to take the risk and the scheme was abandoned.
posted 19h ago by Richard Cummings via KyivPost
 
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