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26 December 2010

  • 26th December 2010

    Jerusalem Pride bomber sentenced to six months community service 13

    The court sentenced the bomber to six months community service

    1:51 PM — A district court in Jerusalem has sentenced a 35-year-old Michael Naky to six months community service for setting off a makeshift bomb to disrupt a gay pride march in the city in 2007. The judge gave the sentence after a plea bargain between the defence and the prosecution.

  • Video: The New York gay couple who have received hundreds of letters addressed to Santa Claus 16

    Jim and Dylan have received hundreds of letters

    1:33 PM — A gay couple living in Chelsea, New York City have received hundreds of letters from children all across New York hoping to reach Santa Claus. The couple, Jim and Dillon, have with the help of friends responded to hundreds of the letters but there remains a mystery as to where the children located their address.

  • Government to begin process to erase convictions for historic gay sex offences 23

    David Cameron promised the policy in an article for PinkNews.co.uk

    2:08 AM — The government is to set to begin the process to introduce legislation to wipe convictions for historical gay sex offences within days. The policy was first announced during the general election campaign by prime minister David Cameron in an article for PinkNews.co.uk.

  • Spy killed in apparent sex game was not gay claims friend 1

    Police released this CCTV image taken of Gareth Williams shortly before his death

    1:52 AM — A friend of MI6 spy Gareth Williams, found dead after what police believe was a bondage sex game has said that the 31-year-old was not gay and was in fact studying for a new identity. Williams, whose naked body was found padlocked inside a sports bag in August was a GCHQ code-breaker who was on secondment to MI6 at the time of his death.

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