Brunei has backtracked on enforcing laws introduced last month that would have made sex between men and adultery punishable by stoning to death.
Brazil’s far-right President Jair Bolsonaro has cancelled a trip to the United States, his office announced on Friday, after sharp protests against his being honoured as the person of the year by the Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce.
President gives speech at National Day of Prayer ceremony
The rule, issued by the Department of Health and Human Services, is designed to protect the religious rights of health care providers and religious institutions.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office for Civil Rights (OCR) announced today the issuance of the final conscience rule that protects individuals and health care entities from discrimination on the basis of their exercise of conscience in HHS-funded programs.
Delta Air Lines, The Financial Times and Bain & Co have pulled out of an event honoring Jair Bolsonaro over racist and homophobic comments
Chasten Buttigieg’s story represents both an American archetype and a modern phenomenon. And now that he knows he’s being watched, what he cares about is being seen.
Bangladesh's marginalised transgender community has finally been granted the right to use their correct identity to register as a voter.
According to his Aadhaar card, Koushik Dutta is a transgender but he has still not applied for an amendment in the Election Photo Identity Card (EPIC).
‘We exist, treat us as equals’
"If I get elected to power, among the most important things I plan to do is to ensure housing for all. It is a basic need of citizens. I will especially take care of the housing needs of migrant labourers and trans people. I have seen a lot of migrant labourers who have to live below the Kochi metro rail. I will ensure proper shelter for them."
Robert Biedron founded a new political party less than three months ago and it could help decide who governs Poland.