Lithuania must let Baltic Pride go ahead
Following a court decision to suspend the 2010 Baltic Pride, hundreds of lesbian, gay, bi-sexual and transgender (LGBT) rights activists, including over 50 Amnesty International members from over 20 countries, risk being prevented from marching in Lithuania’s first ever Pride march, scheduled to take place on Saturday 8 May.
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