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The first ever Baltic Pride march in Riga, Latvia passed offsuccessfully and peacefully - but there was violence atsimilar events in Russia and Poland.
The Baltic Pride march due to take place on Saturday 16 May in Riga,Latvia, will go ahead after a ban against the event was lifted.
The planned Baltic Pride march due to take place on Saturday in Riga, Latvia, has been banned.
Amnesty International today urged the Latvian authorities to ensure that the planned Baltic Pride event on Saturday 16 May is allowed to take place and said that ...
A lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) pride march planned totake place this weekend in Riga, Latvia has been thrown into doubtafter local councillors
Amnesty International activists from over 20 countries will take part in Baltic Pride 2009 in the Latvian capital Riga 15-17 May to display international support ...
On International Migrants Day, new footage reveals the appalling state of a French detention centre for irregular migrants off the coast of Africa and shows how ...
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