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Tens of thousands take to London's streets for annual gay pride parade

25 Jun 2016

LONDON, June 25 - Tens of thousands of people took to the streets of London on Saturday for an annual parade celebrating gay and transgender rights, with many expressing concerns as Britain gears up to part ways with the European Union after Thursday's referendum. | Video

Turkish police use water cannon to disperse gay pride parade

28 Jun 2015

ISTANBUL Turkish police fired water cannon and rubber pellets to disperse a gay pride parade in central Istanbul on Sunday, after organisers said they had been refused permission to march this year because of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. | Video

Turkish police use water cannon to disperse gay pride parade

28 Jun 2015

ISTANBUL Turkish police fired water cannon and rubber pellets to disperse a gay pride parade in central Istanbul on Sunday, after organizers said they had been refused permission to march this year because of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. | Video

Turkish police use water cannon to disperse gay pride parade

28 Jun 2015

ISTANBUL Turkish police fired water cannon and rubber pellets to disperse a gay pride parade in central Istanbul on Sunday, after organisers said they had been refused permission to march this year because of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.

British student who joined Islamic State wants to go home: Turkish MP

02 Apr 2015

ANKARA A 19-year-old British woman, one of a group of medical students that includes seven Britons, an American and a Canadian thought to have traveled to join the Islamic State group, has told her family she wants to go home, a Turkish lawmaker has said.

British student who joined Islamic State wants to go home -Turkish MP

02 Apr 2015

ANKARA A 19-year-old British woman, one of a group of medical students that includes seven Britons, an American and a Canadian thought to have travelled to join the Islamic State group, has told her family she wants to go home, a Turkish lawmaker has said.

British student who joined Islamic State wants to go home - Turkish MP

02 Apr 2015

ANKARA A 19-year-old British woman, one of a group of medical students that includes seven Britons, an American and a Canadian thought to have travelled to join the Islamic State group, has told her family she wants to go home, a Turkish lawmaker has said.

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