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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.


'Conversion therapy' survivors to advise government on banning practices

The group of experts will work together on behalf of the LGBT+ community in a bid to move towards a ban on 'conversion therapy' practices in Wales.


US airstrike kills 16 police officers in Afghanistan

Police in Helmand province said that officers had been accidentally hit in a 'friendly fire' incident.


Keep it cool: Teacher's fan makes Trump photo go viral

A photo of Rhode Island's Teacher of the Year holding a fan as he posed in the Oval Office with US President Donald Trump has gone viral.


The play celebrating arena victim and Corrie superfan Martyn Hett

His death sparked tributes online and #BeMoreMartyn trended - now a play is celebrating the life of Manchester attack victim Martyn Hett.


Welsh council U-turn over decision not to fly LGBT flag

Carmarthenshire Council will now fly the LGBT flag and says they are committed to equality and the celebration of diversity.


Lady Gaga visits Manchester-founded LGBT charity

A charity that was founded in Manchester and was one of the first LGBT charities in the world welcomed global superstar Lady Gaga yesterday.


Trump 'set to revoke trans toilet rights at schools'

President is 'planing to overturn' guidance ordering schools to allow trans students to use the toilets matching their gender identity.


Paul O'Grady remembered as 'force for good' in ITV show

Celebrities paid tribute to the late star during For The Love Of Paul O'Grady on ITV1 on Sunday evening, following his death last month.


On tour with the Royal Irish in Afghanistan

Paul Clark presents a series of special reports on the Royal Irish Regiment, who are deployed in the Afghan capital Kabul.


Asylum seeker who helped UK Army may be deported in days

An Afghan-born asylum seeker who has lived in Derby and served alongside the British armed forces could be deported from the UK within days.


Thousands take to streets for Belfast Pride parade

The celebration comes amid a week of political controversy linked to the event.


May and DUP leader Foster holding crucial talks

Theresa May and Democratic Unionist Party leader Arlene Foster are holding key talks as the Tories look to prop up a minority government.


PTSD-suffering ex-RAF medic says Invictus saved her life

Joking with Prince Harry at trials for his all-veteran Games, a once-suicidal former medic told ITV News how her life has been transformed.


DUP votes against Pride flag on council buildings

The rainbow Pride flag celebrating the LGBT community is set to be flown from some council buildings in Northern Ireland for the first time.


Supreme Court to consider 'gay cake' case

The Supreme Court will this autumn consider a judgment against a bakery found to have breached equality laws over a pro-gay marriage cake.


CCTV shows moment Melbourne crowd rammed by car

Video footage shows the moment a car "deliberately" ploughed into pedestrians outside a train station in Australia.


Carrick couple urge PM to bring marriage equality to NI

A lesbian couple from Carrickfergus have launched an online petition calling for Theresa May to bring marriage equality to Northern Ireland.


Trump bans most transgender troops from the military

The White House said troops with a diagnosis of "gender dysphoria presents considerable risk to military effectiveness and lethality".