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Brussels takes Hungary to court on anti-LGBT law and Klubrádió
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Turkish police break up LGBTQ+ Pride march in Ankara, detain 30 people
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London marks 50 years of Pride
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Polish court orders four towns to scrap 'LGBT-free' declarations
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Dozens arrested as police break up Istanbul Pride march
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In the midst of war, Kyiv's Pride parade held in Warsaw
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Norway mourns as memorial service for victims of Oslo shooting held
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Germany allows transgender footballers to choose men's or women's team
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