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Zimbabwe: American Lion Killer's Extradition Being Sought

By Farai Mutsaka | Jul 31
Zimbabwe intends to seek the extradition of an American dentist who killed a lion that was lured out of a national park and shot with a bow and a gun, and the process has already begun, a Cabinet minister said Friday.

Beijing Selected to Host 2022 Winter Olympics

By Stephen Wilson | Jul 31
Beijing was selected Friday to host the 2022 Winter Olympics, becoming the first city awarded both the winter and summer games.

More Than Just Cecil; Big Troubles for King of the Jungle

By Seth Borenstein | Jul 31
The circle of life is closing in on the king of the jungle.

Jerusalem Gay Pride Stabbing Suspect Remanded

Jul 31
Israeli police say an anti-gay ultra-Orthodox extremist suspected of stabbing revelers at Jerusalem's gay pride parade has appeared in court.

Man Stabs Several People at Jerusalem Gay Pride Parade

By Miriam Berger | Jul 30
An Ultra-Orthodox Jewish man lunged into a group of revelers at Jerusalem's annual gay pride parade and stabbed six people Thursday evening as they marched in the holy city, Israeli police and witnesses said.

Morrissey: I was Sexually Assaulted by San Francisco International Airport Security

By EDGE | Jul 30
Morrissey took to his website True to You Wednesday, claiming he was sexually assaulted by a security officer at San Francisco International Airport earlier this week, who allegedly "groped my penis and testicles."

Russia May Ban Gay Emojis, Implement Fines

By Jason St. Amand | Jul 30
In an attempt to crack down on "homosexual propaganda" officials from Russia's state media regulator Roskomnadozr, which oversees telecommunications, are seeking to ban gay-friendly emojis on the iPhone keyboard.

For Some, Hunting Lions in Africa is the Ultimate Experience

By Christopher Torchia | Jul 30
It is, for some well-heeled foreign visitors, the ultimate African experience: the thrill of hunting a lion, one of the so-called "Big Five" animals whose habitats are under increasing pressure from human encroachment.

New Film Highlights Struggles of Gay Palestinians in Israel

By Isaac Scharf and Miriam Berger | Jul 30
During last summer's Gaza war, Khader Abu Seif was living with his then Israeli boyfriend in Tel Aviv, wondering whether Hamas rockets could reach them from the coastal strip.

Orphanage Founder Returns to Haiti After US Jury Ruling

By Evens Sanon and David McFadden | Jul 30
A U.S. citizen who founded a Haiti orphanage for boys returned to the Caribbean country Wednesday after a U.S. jury ordered an activist to pay $14.5 million in damages for falsely accusing him of sexually abusing children in his care.

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