A men's magazine in Russia has "forgiven" certain men for their sexual orientation — but only if they've earned it.
Today's World Stories
2,500 demonstrations were held around the world, with one in London attracting 50,000 attendees.
"I wish I can go back to Libya."
"The underlying root cause ... is what we’re doing to our natural environment."
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"Give us hate, and we will create love out of it."
Take that, governors.
From the Netherlands to Turkey.
Mourners lit candles and posted notes at the impromptu memorial
"The government must immediately cease worsening labor conditions," labor leader Han Sang-gyun told Reuters.
"Shocked and alone, I pretended to be dead for over an hour, lying among people who could see their loved ones motionless."
Other top landmarks have also closed their doors to visitors.
These attacks should hit home for every young person.
Dozens dead and hundreds injured.
"There's obviously one enemy, and it's not Islam."
"It will be a strike at the heart of ISIL."
A bitter divide.
?Bashar al-Assad's regime is turning huge profits.
The plane broke up in midair.
1,676 days, two kayaks and one satellite phone marriage proposal later...