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'If we don't do something for them, they will be massacred by the Taliban'

ITV News has seen photographs of a man, flogged 80 times by the Taliban, after they found LGBT+ content on his phone having searched him at a checkpoint.

Being gay in Afghanistan: 'The Taliban raped him and beat him'

In Taliban-controlled Afghanistan, this is the reality for LGBT+ people living in the country.

These are all the warm banks confirmed for the South West so far

The designated 'warm banks' have been set up to try to help people this winter

'Still a lot to do', warns Southgate after England thrash Iran 6-2

Gareth Southgate praised his players after a win that also came with a warning ahead of Friday’s match against the United States.

New stages and activities planned for Channel Islands Pride 2023

The event will take place on Saturday 16 September in Jersey.

Kate Forbes apologises 'unequivocally' for revealing views on gay marriage

Ms Forbes, who wants to become Scotland's next first minister, has lost the support of several MSPs after admitting she would have voted against gay marriage.

'I no longer want to hide': Czech midfielder Jakub Jankto announces he is gay

Jankto, who plays for Sparta Prague on loan from Getafe, revealed his sexuality in a post on Twitter, saying: 'I no longer want to hide myself.'

Starmer says 16 too young as he speaks of ‘concern’ over new Scotland gender law

It comes as the UK Government considers whether to block a Scottish Bill that would allow people to self-identify as a different gender.

'Women will die': Warnings as domestic abuse services struggle with rising costs

ITV News has learned that domestic abuse services in England are under threat of cuts or even closure because of the cost-of-living crisis.

Wales v USA: The families who travelled to Qatar with World Cup's tiniest fans

Eden Gannon from Barry and Akari Maeda from Boston slept much of the excitement during last night's World Cup opening match for Wales and the USA.

Zander Murray becomes first Scottish Senior footballer to come out as gay

He is the first openly gay player in the men's professional ranks in Scotland since Justin Fashanu with Airdrie and Hearts in the mid-1990s.

The view from Russia: Do citizens think an invasion of Ukraine is likely?

'Russia has the largest territory in the world, it’s rich with resources. We don’t need Ukraine.'

Kurdish 24-year-old woman first confirmed victim of Channel crossing

The first victim of the Channel crossing which left 27 people, including children and a heavily pregnant woman, has been named as Mariam Nouri Hamadameen.

Front pages focus on latest No10 Christmas Party revelation

Senior Downing Street staff joked about holding a Christmas party in the days after it was alleged to have happened, a recording leaked to ITV News revealed.

Afghanistan: How many refugees is my local council welcoming?

Various councils across the Midlands are pledging to support numbers of Afghan refugees starting a new life in the UK.

The North West opens its doors to Afghan refugees, but where will they go?

We meet one family hoping to settle in the North West and the landlord who's property will be used to house refugees

Warning of ‘devastating’ fall in girls' happiness as online harms rise

Almost half of girls between the ages of seven and 10 have suffered online harm in the last year, according to new research from UK charity Girlguiding.

Desperate countdown to end of Afghanistan evacuations dominates front pages

The desperate countdown to the end of evacuations from Kabul airport continues to dominate the nation’s papers,

Boris Johnson: We would work with Taliban 'if necessary'

The prime minister has come under sustained pressure in recent days to answer questions over the UK's failure in Afghanistan.

Region's MPs have their say in debate to mark International Women's Day

MPs say more must be dome to protect women from harm, while there are also calls to attract more women into politics