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  2. LGBT rights in the Bahamas - Wikipedia

    Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in the Bahamas face challenges not experienced by non-LGBT residents. While same-sex sexual activity is legal in the Bahamas, there are no laws that address discrimination or harassment on the account of sexual orientation or gender identity, nor does it recognize same sex unions in any form, whether it be marriage or partnerships.

  3. COVID-19 pandemic in Namibia - Wikipedia

    4,077 (updated 22 September 2022): Government website; Namibian Statistics Agency: The COVID-19 pandemic in Namibia is part of the worldwide pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2).

  4. Foreign relations of Cyprus - Wikipedia

    The prime originator of Cypriot non-alignment was Archbishop of Cyprus Makarios III, the first President (1960–1977) of the independent republic of Cyprus. Prior to independence, Makarios - by virtue of his post as Archbishop of Cyprus and head of the Cypriot Orthodox Church - was the Greek Cypriot Ethnarch, or de facto leader of the community.

  5. Internet censorship in China - Wikipedia

    For one month beginning 17 November 2014, ProPublica tested whether the homepages of 18 international news organizations were accessible to browsers inside China, and found the most consistently blocked were Bloomberg, New York Times, South China Morning Post, Wall Street Journal, Facebook, and Twitter.

  6. Phil Driscoll - Wikipedia

    Phil Driscoll (born November 9, 1947) is a trumpeter, singer, composer, and producer. He performs in varying music genres and styles which include rock and roll, rhythm and blues, and patriotic music, and is best known for his work in Christian music and his longterm Christian ministry.

  7. Visa requirements for Indian citizens - Wikipedia

    All Indian passport bearers became eligible for a visa on arrival to Gabon in October 2017, Rwanda in January 2018, Zimbabwe, Angola and Jordan (but only with a valid Schengen, UK, US or Canadian visa) in December 2019, the Bahamas (but only with a valid Schengen, UK, US or Canadian visa) on 24 April 2018 and Iran on 22 July 2018.

  8. Foreign relations of Hungary - Wikipedia

    Overview. As with any country, Hungarian security attitudes are shaped largely by history and geography. For Hungary, this is a history of more than 400 years of domination by great powers—the Ottomans, the Habsburg dynasty, the Germans during World War II, and the Soviets during the Cold War—and a geography of regional instability and separation from Hungarian minorities living in ...

  9. Tuvalu - Wikipedia

    Fenui – news from Tuvalu is a free digital publication of the Tuvalu Media Department that is emailed to subscribers and operates a Facebook page, which publishes news about government activities and news about Tuvaluan events. On 28 September 2020, the first private newspaper to operate in the country – Tuvalu Paradise News – was ...