• Paris Attacks Impact EU Stance On Refugee Crisis

      The French police have found a Syrian passport in the vicinity of the Parisian scenes in which the attacks took place Friday evening. It was situated near the body of one of the attackers. Greece said that the owner of the passport reached Leros Island back at the...
  • World Reacts to Paris Attacks

    In a series of attacks coordinated by the Islamic State (ISIS), six locations targeted within Paris left 129 people dead, and 99 people in critical condition. Governments, organizations, and private citizens around the world are responding to the devastation in a myriad of ways. French President Francois Hollande declared...
  • Asterix and Obelix Joined By A ‘Julian Assange’ Character In Their Latest Adventure

    Asterix and Obelix, two of the best known European comic characters, are joined by a new partner in their latest instalment, Asterix and the Missing Scroll, the 36th of the saga: Confoundtheirpolitix, a character inspired in Julian Assange. Confoundtheirpolitix is an intrepid reporter of a Gallic newspaper who is...
  • Six Men Convicted In Russia For Torturing Gay Youths On Camera

    Out of nine men being accused of making death threats, torturing and causing “moderate damage to health” to at least 19 different persons, six have been convicted. They were part of Occupy Paedophilia, a homophobic group. With the intention of what their leader, Maxim Martsinkevich, describes as “rooting out...
  • Pioneer In HIV Detection Retires, Thinks The Finding Of The Virus’ Remission Is Possible

    Françoise Barre Sinoussi (68), the French researcher who first identified the Human Immunodeficiency Virus, has announced her retirement. In an interview with Reuters, she has expressed her disappointment at the fact that a cure hasn’t still been found, expressing that it’s unlikely that it’s going to be discovered during...
  • France Abandons Its Intent To Appoint A Gay Ambassador To The Vatican

    After almost half a year of institutional struggle, France has allegedly given up its attempt to appoint a gay ambassador. Laurent Stefanini (54), will not hold the position at the Villa Bonaparte, according to the French newspaper Libération: it seems that, after several months of delay, the Holy See...
  • Vladimir Putin Defends That Both He And Russia Are Not Homophobic

      In an interview with the CBS, Vladimir Putin, the Russian President, claimed that the reason behind the controversial anti-gay propaganda law is giving Russian children the possibility to discover who they are without external influences. “We should give them a chance to grow, help them to realize who...
  • Polish Priest Comes Out As Gay, Presents His Boyfriend In A Press Conference

      Krzysztof Charamsa, a 43-year-old Polish priest, has comes out as gay days before the Synod of the Family starts at the Vatican. He has expressed his desire that the Church and his community know who he is: a homosexual priest proud of his own identity and has criticized...
  • Student To Sue Italian Party Over Usage Of Photo For Anti-Trans Education Ad

    Rose Morelli, a British student, is taking legal action against the Italian political party Fratelli d’Italia. The party used a picture, in which her friend Alex Elliot modelled, for one of their ads against transgender education. Fratelli d’Italia have started distributing the photograph in over 70 Italian schools now...