The World Is Still Silent on Chechnya's LGBT Crackdown

Activists say the "purge" has resumed, but not enough questions are being asked of Putin.


In the Jungle with the Montagnards, Vietnam's Persecuted Indigenous Minority

I met with a group preparing to cross the Cambodian border in an attempt to make it to the UN office in Phnom Penh.


These Amazing Photographs Capture the Lives of Transgender South Africans

Corinna Kern's pictures are celebratory and empowering, rather than grim and depressing.


Resurrecting the Gay History of the Holocaust

Pacifico Silano's "Against Nature" explores an often overlooked and frequently overlooked period of LGBT history: the persecution of gay men by the Nazis.


What It's Like to be a Rohingya Refugee for 23 Years

"I am not a citizen of any country. The Myanmar government says I am not Burmese, I am not Bangladeshi, and I'm not Australian."


This Christian Family Runs a Guesthouse in the Middle of Israel's West Bank Security Barrier

The wall destroyed Johnny Anastas' livelihood and trapped his home in on three sides, so he decided to make the most of it.


Is Britain's Pro-Gay Foreign Policy Actually Helping Global LGBTI Community?

I talked to human rights campaigners to discuss the good and the bad of the UK's attempts to tackle homophobia around the world.


China's Illegal Organ Harvesting Trade Is Still Booming

The country is still removing organs from its living prisoners and selling them on to individuals from all over the world.


The Hangover News

This weekend, a Lebanese restaurant pissed people in Harrow off with a Saddam Hussein poster.


Russia Are Still Building Their 'Rural Berlin Wall' Through Georgia

The barbed wire fence is tearing villages and communities in two.


Talking to Two Gay Nigerian Men About the Anti-Gay Law

Nigeria's new law is even more archaic than Russia's.


The Persecution of Hindus in Bangladesh Feels Scarily Familiar

But action being taken offers hope that it won't turn into a genocide.