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June 25th
Activists gathered for a gay Pride march in Istanbul Sunday in defiance of a ban imposed by the city, promising: "We are not afraid."
June 25th
The Pakistan oil tanker explosion killed at least 148 people, mostly onlookers or motorists who stopped and attempted to gather leaking fuel.
June 24th
Hope was fading for 118 people still missing after a huge landslide in China that left at least 15 people confirmed dead.
June 24th
Colombia police arrested eight people from a little-known guerrilla group in last weekend's bombing at a Bogota mall that killed three people.
June 24th
Officials leading the rescue effort told the Chinese state news agency Xinhua that workers retrieved 15 bodies from the debris Saturday night.
June 24th
As a precaution, lawmakers were blocked from remotely accessing emails outside of the secure network in Westminster.
June 24th
Shaesta Waiz is one of many women working to inspire women to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).
June 24th
Istanbul's city governor has banned the planned LGBT pride march from Taksim Square for the third year in a row, citing public safety concerns.
June 24th
Amiruddin Shah, 15, from India has begun four years of training at the American Ballet Theatre's Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School in New York.
June 23rd
Venezuelan opposition protesters burned trucks and blocked roads in reaction to the death of a 22-year-old who was shot at close range with rubber bullets by military police.
June 23rd
Already home to one of the planet's largest annual LGBTQ gatherings, Madrid is hosting both the continent-wide EuroPride and the global WorldPride.
June 23rd
Sick Building Syndrome: Fungi Can Squirt Toxins Directly Into Air, Study Finds
June 23rd
Alex Hai, who made headlines a decade ago for being the "first female gondolier," announced he is transgender.
June 23rd
Dozens of residents of Simon Bolivar, a district in the Peruvian Andes, traveled to Lima to press the government to declare a health emergency.
June 23rd
Rights watchdogs consider Honduras one of the most dangerous countries for human rights defenders, saying violence and impunity for abuses are the norm.

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