Hong Kong’s Rage and Tears: Its People Explain

Years of dashed hopes fuel Hong Kong protest rage.

Why Tens of Thousands of People Have Paralysed Hong Kong

The street protests are at an all-time high.

Chechen Women Are Going Places with This New Service

Its new women-only taxi service is a hit with both men and women.

Less Rainbows and Social Media for China's LGBT Community

Censors have shut down social media forums, news media have curbed coverage of gay issues, and online shops have removed rainbow-themed products.

Love Wins for Taiwan Today

Taiwan's parliament approves same-sex marriages in first for Asia.

George Clooney Criticised for Firing a “Warning Shot” at Malaysia 

Critics and regional LGBT+ activists are up in arms over the Oscar-winning actor’s comment.

How Sri Lanka’s Catholics Are Defying Terror Threats

Thousands of Catholics attended mass in Sri Lanka's capital Colombo Sunday amid tight security.

Welcome to the World, Baby Archie

The royal baby’s name is a shortened version of the name Archibald.