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Despite the ongoing war, Ukraine's largest LGBTQ rights event has gone ahead this weekend — in a different country.
It's unclear whether the Pentagon will take them up on the offer.
The flower, which emits a dead-body odor to attract pollinating insects that feed on flesh, bloomed Sunday and thousands of people showed up to take a whiff.
An article in Poland's penal code makes it a crime to insult the head of state.
An open letter from 50 ambassadors and human rights advocates cited a need to work for “non-discrimination, tolerance and mutual acceptance.”
The demonstrations over the weekend came followed the re-election of President Andrzej Duda, who campaigned on a strong anti-LGBTQ platform.
Hope that Polish society would become less homophobic was dashed after President Andrzej Duda won on an anti-LGBTQ platform.
Three men attached a rope around a statue of Monsignor Henryk Jankowski and pulled it down.
The blaze broke out at a venue in Koszalin on Friday afternoon.
It hands down prison sentences to people who connect the country to Nazi Germany.