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Meta and TikTok fined by Russian courts over LGBT+ content
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Disney rebuffs Saudi's request to cut LGBT references from Marvel film
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Norway issues apology 50 years after decriminalising homosexuality
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Germany approves rainbow flags on ministry buildings for LGBT events
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