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Fear and loathing in Tbilisi as homophobic attack pain remains raw
ILGA Europe ranked Georgia 32 out of 49 countries in the region over progress around LGBT issues.
How a bill to fight homophobia has split Italy & sparked a culture war
“If you criticise the Zan bill, you’ll be accused of being a homophobe – which just isn’t conducive to having a constructive debate.”
What's it like to be LGBT in Hungary amid Orban's rights crackdown?
Ahead of Budapest Pride this weekend, Euronews spoke to several members of Hungary's LGBT community to find out how a controversial new law had affected them.
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Europe's week: Brexit returns and Orban announces anti-LGBT referendum
The Commission also released its annual report on the rule of law across the EU, with Hungary, Poland and Slovenia in starring roles.
EU to press on with legal case against Hungary despite referendum
"We find Hungary has failed to explain why the exposure of children to LGBTIQ content as such would be detrimental to their well-being or not in line with the best interests of the child,"
EU begins legal action against Hungary over anti-LGBT law
The European Commission is contesting a controversial amendment that prohibits the depiction of homosexuality and gender reassignment to children.
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Europe's week: Slovenia takes over the Council presidency
The Slovenian Prime Minister, whose country has held the six-monthly presidency of the EU since July 1, has come under fire for his intimidation against the press and his interference with the judiciary.
Hungary threatened with EU sanction over anti-LGBT law
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen threatened to launch an infringement procedure against Hungary if it did not reverse a law critics say discriminates against LGBT people.
Russian retail chain criticised for removing LGBT family from advert
VkusVill has faced backlash for removing and apologising for a recent advert campaign that featured a lesbian family.
17 EU leaders defend LGBT rights amid row over new Hungarian law
"We must continue fighting against discrimination towards the LGBT community, reaffirming our defence of their fundamental rights," the leaders say.
Italian PM rebukes Vatican over LGBT bill criticism
The Holy See has objected to the formulation of an Italian bill that seeks to strengthen measures to prevent and combat discrimination and violence on the grounds of sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity and disability.
Hungary's anti-LGBT law is a 'shame' says Ursula von der Leyen
The European Commission President has asked her team to send a formal letter to the Hungarian government in order to ensure EU law is respected.
Fourteen EU countries denounce Hungary's new anti-LGBT law
Ministers from Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg gathered 13 like-minded countries in a critical statement that condemns Hungary for "stigmatising LGBTIQ persons".
Vatican accused of 'meddling' in Italy's LGBT bill
The Vatican sent a letter to Rome formally opposing a proposed Italian bill expanding anti-discrimination protections to the LGBT community, according to media reports.
Warsaw pride parade returns amid backlash against LGBT rights
This year's Equality Parade takes place amid growing concerns over the rise of anti-LGBT legislation and rhetoric in Poland and Hungary.
Hungary votes on anti-LGBT bills amid protests
Thousands of protesters urged the Hungarian Parliament to vote against bills banning any content portraying or promoting homosexuality to young people.
Watch: Painting over of LGBT crossing in Vilnius prompts police probe
The incident took place on May 31. In a video posted on Facebook, four people can be seen spray painting over the rainbow-coloured crossing and disrupting traffic.
Diplomats from 40 countries call on Poland to protect LGBTQ rights
The Polish government has come under international criticism in recent years for promoting "LGBT free zones" and fueling homophobic rhetoric.
Gay Latvian man dies after 'homophobic attack', campaigners say
The death of a gay man in Latvia due to severe burns has prompted a conversation about homophobia in the country.
Russian feminist artist on trial for alleged 'pornography'
Yulia Tsvetkova faces up to six years in prison for posting artwork depicting female anatomy online.
20 years since first gay marriages, Europe's fight for rights goes on
Progress over the last two decades has been welcomed by campaigners for LGBT rights, but they warn remobilisation is needed to maintain progress amid backlash in some parts of Europe.
MEPs vote to declare EU a 'freedom zone' for LGBT people
It's a response to more than 100 municipalities in Poland declaring themselves zones free of LGBT people and ideology.
MEPs to debate making the EU an LGBT 'freedom zone'
The European Parliament is scheduled to debate a motion that would declare the entire 27-member EU to be a "freedom zone" for LGBT people.
Twitter removes 'hateful' LGBT comments by Turkey's Interior Minister
Twitter said the post violated rules about hateful conduct but decided to keep it on the platform for public interest.
#MeTooInceste: French share stories of family sexual abuse
Following in the footsteps of #MeTooInceste, #MeTooGay began to trend around the country this week as users shared stories of homosexual abuse.
Three on trial in Poland over LGBT sign on posters of revered icon
The activists could face up to two years in prison if convicted on charges of offending religious sentiment and desecration of Poland's most revered icon, the Mother of God of Czestochowa.