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Gay man beheaded in Turkey after being gang raped

The headless, mutilated body of a gay Syrian man has been identified by gay housemates in Istanbul who say he had been gang-raped previously.

The friends of Muhammad Wisam Sankari told a Turkish gay rights group, kaosgl.org, that they had been threatened by violent male gangs.

"I am so scared," one of them said.

Mr Sankari, a refugee, arrived in Istanbul a year ago. His body was found in Yenikapi, a central district, on 25 July. No arrests have been made.

Read the full story on the BBC website.

Item added 4/8/2016

Archived 19th August 2017


North Wales Police are currently advertising for the post of Positive Action Officer.

Welsh Language Post Profile and Application Form: recruitment.

Bi-Lingual Post Profile and English Language Application Form: recruitment.

Closing date is 9th July 2017.

Item added 30/6/2017

Archived 10th July 2017


Increase in HIV testing amongst gay men

More gay and bi men are getting tested for HIV than ever before according to a new report.

Read the full article in Gay Times.

Item added 21/6/2016

Archived 10th July 2017


UK warns gay travellers about US anti-LGBT laws

The UK government has warned gay and transgender travellers to be careful in the US due to legislation in North Carolina and Mississippi.

"The US is an extremely diverse society and attitudes toward LGBT people differ hugely across the country," a travel advisory from the UK reads.

Read the full article on the BBC website.

Item added 21/4/2016

Archived 10th July 2017


HIV Infections at an alarming level

HIV charities have warned about an “alarming” upswing in HIV diagnoses, after new figures revealed there are now more than 100,000 HIV-positive people in the UK.

Item added 24/11/2015

Archived 10th July 2017


76 countries make same-sex relationships a crime, of those 10 can impose the death penalty

1,509 cases of murdered trans people have been reported since 2008

On the plus side -

61 countries protect LGB people from discrimination in employment

14 countries have equal marriage

15 countries allow same-sex couples to adopt children

Figures from the Stonewall website

Item added 1/6/2015

Archived 10th July 2017


This page was updated 20th August 2017


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