18th May 2015
Queen to visit Bergen-Belsen during state visit to Germany 27
12:36 PM — The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh are to visit to the site of the Bergen-Belsen death camp.
10th February 2015
Urban Outfitters sells tapestry reminiscent of gay concentration camp uniform 62
11:25 AM — Urban Outfitters has caused controversy for selling a tapestry resembling the uniform worn by gay men in Nazi concentration camps.
27th January 2015
Pictures: 7 Gay Holocaust memorials around the world 18
1:48 PM — For Holocaust Memorial Day , PinkNews looks at some of the monuments for gay and lesbian victims of the Holocaust that are in place across the world.
Comment: How a Holocaust symbol inspired the naming of PinkNews 38
11:20 AM — PinkNews CEO Benjamin Cohen explains the origin behind our name and calls for a national memorial to the LGBT victims of Nazi persecution to be built.
Nick Clegg calls for gay victims of the Nazis to be remembered in national Holocaust memorial 36
12:00 AM — Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has become the first senior politician to back the inclusion of gay victims of Nazi persecution in a national Holocaust memorial.
24th April 2012
President Obama remembers gay victims of the Holocaust 30
12:16 AM — During a speech at the US Holocaust Museum, to mark Yom HaShoah, or the Holocaust Remembrance Day, President Obama referred directly to the gay victims of Nazi persecution, pleading that the task of today's generation is for the atrocities of the genocide should occur "never again."
4th August 2011
Gay man who survived Nazi concentration camp dies aged 98 43
3:15 PM — A man who was sent to a Nazi concentration camp for being gay has died at the age of 98. Rudolf Brazda was said to be the last surviving person who had been interned by the regime for homosexuality and was known as 'the last of the pink triangles', in reference to the markers gay men were forced to wear.
6th January 2011
Turkish LGBT group shut down by court 35
2:36 PM — Another Turkish LGBT organisation has been ordered to close. A criminal court in Bursa, north-west Turkey, ruled that the Rainbow Association must shut down after claims its members had engaged in prostitution. The group denies the allegations.