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LGBTQ+ in Russia: Living under threat of extremism law

In late November, Russia's Supreme Court designated what it calls "the international LGBT movement" as "extremist." And while the law doesn't come into force until January ...

ARTE M Hong Kong Celebrates First Anniversary with 4 New Exhibits

“Ephemeral Moment, Eternal Nature” Photo and Short Film Contest in Which First Prize Winners Will Win Round-trip Flight to Seoul and ARTE Museum Valley Gangneung Tickets HONG KONG SAR - Media OutReac...

BTS member Suga begins alternative military service in South Korea

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Suga, a member of K-pop supergroup BTS, began fulfilling his mandatory military duty Friday as a social service agent, an alternative form of military service in the country....

North Korea's Kim Jong Un inspects Russian bombers and a warship on a visit to Russia's Far East

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korean leader Kim Jong Un inspected Russia’s nuclear-capable bombers, hypersonic missiles and an advanced warship from its Pacific fleet on Saturday as he continued a t...

Online Dance Training Market Size, Growth Opportunity, Developments and Regional Forecast to 2023-2031

The “Global Online Dance Training Market 2023“ research describes the competitive market environment based on production volume, profits, and sales. The report covers even the supply chain...

Low-blow call helps Usyk come back to KO Dubois and keep heavyweight boxing titles

WROCLAW, Poland (AP) — After a controversial win to retain his heavyweight boxing titles, Oleksandr Usyk had a message for Tyson Fury. “I'm ready tomorrow,” the Ukrainian declared on Sat...

Wound Management Devices Market “Empowering Healing: Unveiling the Global ” Demand, Key Players, Share, Revenue and Forecast 2031

The “Wound Management Devices Market” Status, Trends, and Russia-Ukraine Impact Report for 2023, supplemented by the Russia-Ukraine Outbreak Impact research report from Report Ocean, provides a compre...

K-pop star Suga becomes 3rd BTS member to begin military service in South Korea

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Following his debut solo tour earlier this year, Suga, the K-pop superstar rapper/singer/songwriter, has become the third member of BTS to begin South Korea's compulsory military se...

Drag artists and LGBTQ+ advocates sue to block Texas law expanding ban on sexual performances

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — A group of drag performers and LGBTQ+ rights advocates have filed a federal lawsuit seeking to block a new Texas law that expands what is considered an illegal public performance ...

Carl Davis, award-winning American composer behind many British TV shows and films, dies at 86

LONDON (AP) — Carl Davis, the American composer and conductor behind the scores for numerous award-winning British television shows and movies, has died, aged 86. In a statement, his fa...

Opera for the public: Spain's Teatro Real opera house offers free broadcast to towns and cities

MADRID (AP) — On a night in the middle of July, tenors, sopranos and a choir delighted the crowd in Madrid’s luxurious Teatro Real opera house with Giacomo Puccini’s masterpiece, “Turandot.” ...

After an attack on Salman Rushdie, the Chautauqua Institution says its mission won't change

CHAUTAUQUA, N.Y. (AP) — For a single, unthinkable moment last summer, the Chautauqua Institution was a hostile place for the freedom of expression that has been its hallmark for 150 years: As Salman R...

'Whale ballet': Video shows 3 humpbacks jump in unison, a birthday surprise for man and daughters

PORSTMOUTH, N.H. (AP) — A New Hampshire man celebrating his birthday on the ocean with his three daughters captured video of something so rare that even marine scientists are jealous — three humpback ...

Five top dance companies give NY fans a treat at free outdoor festival founded during pandemic

NEW YORK (AP) — Occasionally, the best things in life really are free — especially if you’re a dance fan this week anywhere near New York, where some of the world’s best dancers are performing at a fr...

Men to compete in artistic swimming at Olympics for first time

FUKUOKA, Japan (AP) — Snicker if you wish. Guffaw for good measure. Bill May and other male synchronized swimmers — now called artistic swimmers — have heard the putdowns before. But the...