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Greece: Poll Shows 2 Sides Neck and Neck Before Referendum

By Elena Becatoros | Jul 3
The brief but intense campaign in Greece's critical bailout referendum ends Friday, with simultaneous rallies in Athens supporting "yes" and "no" answers to a murky question in what an opinion poll suggests could be a very close vote.

Toya Delazy Leaks 'Ascension' Album for Free Listen

By EDGE | Jul 3
South African pop sensation, Toya Delazy, gives a sneak peek of her latest album "Ascension."

The Latest: IMF Blames Greek Govt; Says it Needs $56 Billion

Jul 2
The latest news on Greece's financial woes (all times local):

Italian Government Minister Goes on Hunger Strike to Speed Up Gay Civil Union Law

By EDGE | Jul 2
A junior minister in Italy's government feels that equal rights for gay couples is important enough to starve for.

Watch Glitter Shooting Penis in Safe-Sex PSA That's Causing a Stir in Norway

By EDGE | Jul 2
A giant glitter-ejaculating penis that is being used as part of a public service announcement to promote safe-sex is causing a stir in Norway where the PSA is being broadcast.

Right-Winger Blames Taiwan Water Park Fire on US Gay Marriage

By EDGE | Jul 2
According to one right-winger, God hates the United States Supreme Court's ruling on gay marriage so much he's burning people in China over it.

Greek Vote Campaign Begins Amid Grinding Cash Crisis

By Elena Becatoros | Jul 2
The battle for Greek votes was in full swing Thursday ahead of a crucial weekend referendum that could decide whether the country falls out of the euro.

China Gay Couple Holds Informal Marriage to Push for Union

By Didi Tang | Jul 2
A prominent Chinese lesbian couple held a simple ceremony Thursday to announce their informal marriage, in their latest effort to push for the legalization of same-sex unions in China.

Mural of Rainbow Flag Sparks Rare Palestinian Debate on Gays

Jul 1
A Palestinian artist whose mural of a rainbow flag on Israel's West Bank separation barrier was whitewashed by anti-gay protesters says his work sparked a rare debate among Palestinians about gay rights.

Greece makes Concession but No Deal Seen Before Sunday Vote

By Elena Becatoros | Jul 1
Greece's government has made new concessions in talks with its creditors, though some European officials said they were still not good enough and that a deal was nevertheless impossible before a Greek referendum on Sunday.

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