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Kremlin, Predictably, Refutes Reports of Gay Crisis in Chechnya

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov says investigators have found no evidence that gay men are being rounded up, detained, and in some cases murdered in the republic of Chechnya, according to NBC News. Read more...
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