The European Union is set to start legal proceedings against two of its member-nations, Hungary and Poland, for discriminating against LGBTQ people.
The LGBTQ community in China faced a crackdown when Tencent shut down their accounts on the popular WeChat social media platform.
An Uzbekistan leader has called for the revocation of the citizenship of LGBT people in their country and deporting them.
German lesbian parents are going to family courts since last year to reform Germany's civil code, which would recognize them as parents of their children.
The Netherlands led the way by holding the world's first legal same-sex marriage. Now they're celebrating this milestone in LGBTQ global rights.
A wedding party for two women was raided by police in Ghana, leading to the arrest of 22 people, amidst growing hostility against the LGBTQ community.
The European Parliament is favoring a resolution that will declare the entire 27-member European Union as a "LGBT freedom zone."
Clément Beaune, the gay French Minister for European Affairs, has been denied entry to Poland's controversial "LGBT-free zones" during an official visit.
A UN special rapporteur on human rights expressed concern in a report that said LGBT children in Iran are being subjected to torture and cruel treatment.
ILGA-Europe has warned in their annual report that homophobic and hate speech by European politicians against the LGBT community is on the rise.