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Some 50 gay activists have held a gay-pride march in the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv, despite a ban by local authorities. Russian gay-rights activists have also attempted to hold an unsanctioned rally in Moscow. More
The Russian consul in Ukraine's Autonomous Republic of Crimea has resigned amid a controversy caused by his recent comments regarding the deportation of Crimean Tatars during World War II . More
Two days after a Ukrainian court upholds a ban on the gay-rights event, a "KyivPride-2013" Committee spokeswoman tells RFE/RL that gay-rights defenders have "a plan B" and the weekend event will take place anyway. More
The court on May 23 upheld a suit by Kyiv authorities, who say the rally, which gay rights activists had planned to hold on May 25, would disrupt celebrations for the annual Kyiv Day that will take place on the same day. More
Ukrainian Prime Minister Mykola Azarov has rescinded his decision to bar 10 journalists from covering cabinet meetings. More
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