This week read about Malawi celebrating its first Pride, and people marching in Paris to denounce the anti-LGBT situation in Hungary.
This week read about the LGBT police in Paris refusing to be a part of the Pride parade, and Thai police raiding a "chemsex" party and arresting dozens of gay men.
Last week it was reported the fugitive terrorist connected to the Paris attacks frequented bars in the gay neighborhood in Brussels, Belgium. In a new report from the Sunday Times, staff from one of those gay bars said they pegged Salah Abdeslam, 26, as a "rent boy."
(WB) A gunman who opened fire on the Champs-Élysées in Paris on Thursday killed a gay police officer and wounded two others.
A French driver hired by the startup transportation company Uber was fired in Paris over the weekend for allegedly refusing to pick up two men because they are gay, the French news site The Local reports.
After a weekend of horror, Paris returned to the routines of the work week Monday with determination, defiance - and worry.
(AP) Tens of thousands of people have marched in Paris to call for the repeal of a law allowing gay marriage, six months before France's next presidential election.
(WB) French authorities have thwarted a terrorist plot against gay nightclubs in Paris.
Gray skies over a half-empty Eiffel Tower.