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Israeli Minister Backs Away From Support of Gay Conversion

Rafi Peretz wrote in letter to principals that his opposition is unequitable after TV interview saying he thinks it is possible to convert gays

Syrian Orphanage Takes in Children Born of IS Rape

Officials say their goal is to ensure these children are raised properly until their future is determined

Kulbhushan Jadhav: International Court of Justice to rule on 'India spy' case

Pakistan has sentenced Kulbhushan Jadhav to death for spying and India has mounted a case to save him.

Rio Governor Says 'Only a Matter of Time' Before He Becomes Brazil President

Far-right governor has likened drug dealers to terrorists and Nazis while advocating snipers in helicopters to shoot them dead

Internet a Lifeline for Venezuela's Embattled Independent Media

Among the newspapers affected is 75-year-old El Nacional which ran its last physical edition — which had already dropped from 72 to just 16 pages — on December 13 last year

Class Act: Thai Teacher Learns How to Make English Lessons Fun

Theeraphong Meesat has a unique way of boosting his students' confidence in class and making sure they loosen up - by wearing outrageous outfits and makeup

Transgender Murders in Honduras Stoke Fears of Backlash Against LGBT+ Rights

More than 300 gay and trans people have been murdered since 2009

Rescuers: Syrian Airstrikes on Village Market Kill at Least 12

Strikes believed to have been carried out by the Syrian air force on a popular market in a village in opposition-held northwestern Syria

Appeals Court Asked to Pause Antitrust Ruling Against Qualcomm

Qualcomm, the largest supplier of modem chips that connect smartphones to wireless data networks, on May 21 lost in an antitrust lawsuit brought by the Federal Trade Commission earlier this year

Saudi Forces Intercept Yemeni Rebel Drones Targeting Cities

A Yemeni human rights group says civilians are paying the human cost of the country's five-year war