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US Secretary of the Treasury pledges an additional €1 billion to Kyiv
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The city near Kyiv that was the scene of mass torture and murder committed by Russian soldiers is now helping those afflicted by war from other parts of Ukraine
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Ukraine and Lithuania shun OSCE Austria meeting over Russian presence
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ILGA-Europe warns that hateful rhetoric from politicians and religious leaders creates an environment of insecurity for LGBTI people.
Disabled Ukrainians face abuse, neglect in overwhelmed institutions
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Spain approves new law allowing people to freely change gender from 16
Lawmakers in Spain have approved a so-called ‘transgender law' that allows people from 16 years old to change their gender markers through self-declaration.
Europe's top rights court overturns 2021 LuxLeaks whistlerblower fine
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Imprisoned Iranian director Jafar Panahi declares hunger strike
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Finland passes new trans rights laws on gender recognition
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