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Ariana Grande Cancels World Tour Stops Through June 5

Ariana Grande Cancels World Tour Stops Through June 5

By Leanne Italie | May 24
Ariana Grande canceled concerts in London and several other European cities and suspended her world tour to "further assess the situation and pay our proper respects" to victims of the bombing tragedy in Manchester, England.

Dumb-Ass Lists: EDGE's Top 10 Favorite Trumps Invade The Vatican Tweets

Dumb-Ass Lists: EDGE's Top 10 Favorite Trumps Invade The Vatican Tweets

May 24
The last time a pope looked this unhappy, it was 1517, and Martin Luther had just started the Protestant Reformation.

Indonesian Province Sets Up Task Force Targeting Gays

Indonesian Province Sets Up Task Force Targeting Gays

By Andi Marsel | May 24
Indonesian police in West Java said Wednesday they have set up a task force to investigate activities by gays in the country's most populous province.

Gay Journalist Among Victims of Manchester Bombing

Gay Journalist Among Victims of Manchester Bombing

May 24
Martyn Hett, a 29-year-old journalist and a PR manager, has been confirmed as one of the victims of the Manchester bombing at an Ariana Grande concert Monday.

Report: Over 20 Gay Men Killed in Chechnya, Concentration Camps Destroyed & Prisoners Moved

Report: Over 20 Gay Men Killed in Chechnya, Concentration Camps Destroyed & Prisoners Moved

May 24
The Russian newspaper that first reported gay men were being abused and tortured in Chechnya now says more than 20 gay men have been killed, the so-called gay concentration camp has been destroyed and prisoners have been moved to an unknown location.

3 More Arrests in Manchester; London Tourist Sites Protected

3 More Arrests in Manchester; London Tourist Sites Protected

By Jill Lawless and Gregory Katz | May 24
British police and intelligence agencies arrested three more suspects in connection with the Manchester suicide bombing and moved quickly to secure key sites across the country, including Buckingham Palace and the British Parliament at Westminster.

Taiwan Becomes 1st in Asia to Recognize Same-Sex Marriage

Taiwan Becomes 1st in Asia to Recognize Same-Sex Marriage

By Johnson Lai and Christopher Bodeen | May 24
In a first for Asia, Taiwan's Constitutional Court ruled in favor of same-sex marriage on Wednesday, punctuating a yearslong campaign by advocates for gay rights in one of the continent's most liberal democracies.

S. Korean Military Court Convicts Soldier Over Gay Sex

S. Korean Military Court Convicts Soldier Over Gay Sex

By Kim Tong Hyung | May 24
A South Korean military court on Wednesday sentenced an army captain to a suspended prison term for having sex with a fellow male soldier in a ruling human rights groups criticized as regressive and intimidating.

Ariana Grande Fans Tremble As They Recall Manchester Attack

Ariana Grande Fans Tremble As They Recall Manchester Attack

By Mike Corder | May 24
Rihanna Hardy had been excited about seeing Ariana Grande ever since she got her concert ticket as a Christmas gift. So when the day came, the 11-year-old left school a couple of hours early to make sure to get to Manchester Arena on time.

Manchester Police Name Bomber, Hunt for Accomplices

Manchester Police Name Bomber, Hunt for Accomplices

By Jill Lawless, Rob Harris, Sylvia Hui and Lor Hinnant | May 23
Investigators hunted for possible accomplices of the suicide bomber who attacked an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, killing 22 people and sparking a stampede of young concertgoers.

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