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Britain's New Princess Named Charlotte Elizabeth Diana

By Sylvia Hui | May 4
Britain's newborn princess has been named Charlotte Elizabeth Diana - seen as a tribute to Prince William's parents and grandmother.

Special Relationships :: Brit Pols Support Marriage Equality - Unlike Yank Counterparts

By Rhuaridh Marr | May 2
Unlike our lengthy, costly elections, Britain's are almost ludicrously short. And in stark contrast to America's "conservatives," who preach government non-interference in people's lives except for social issues, Britain's pols support marriage equality.

The Latest on Nepal: Some Still Waiting for Aid to Reach

May 2
A week after a massive earthquake shook Nepal, angry villagers in some parts of central Sindhupalchok district say they're still waiting for aid to reach them.

It's a Girl! Duchess of Cambridge Gives Birth to Princess

May 2
Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, has given birth to a baby girl, royal officials said Saturday.

Transgender Army Major Wins Victory in Conservative Serbia

By Jovana Gec | May 1
In macho Serbia, he came across as macho as they come: an army major. He was a perfect husband and father in a society that preaches family values. But for nearly his entire life, the majorfelt he was living a lie: Deep down, he was a woman.

Life Crawling Back to Normal in Nepal's Quake-Hit Capital

By Binaj Gurubacharya | May 1
As rescue workers continued to comb the rubble in Kathmandu for survivors, the government said it was giving the equivalent of $1,000 to families of each victim killed in Saturday's earthquake, and another $400 for funeral costs.

Sam Smith Cancels Tour Dates After Vocal Cord Hemorrhage

By Jason St. Amand | May 1
Bad news for Sam Smith fans: the British soul singer has called off a number of dates after he suffered a vocal cord hemorrhage.

Inquiry Says Canadian Military Culture is Hostile to Women, Gay Members

May 1
The Canadian Armed Forces perpetuates a sexualized military culture that is hostile to women and gay members, and harassment and assault are often tolerated by senior officers, according to a report released Thursday.

Teenager Rescued From Rubble 5 Days After Nepal Quake

By Todd Pitman and Foster Klug | Apr 30
Rescuers pulled a teenager alive from the earthquake rubble he had been trapped in for five days.

Russian Pol Accuses Apple of Distributing Gay Pornography

By EDGE | Apr 30
Ongoing tensions between tech giant Apple and Russia continued this week when a politician from the country's rightwing LDPR party complained the iPhone maker was knowingly distributing gay pornography.

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