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Latest update : 2013-12-18

US puts two gay athletes on delegation to Sochi

INTERNATIONAL PRESS – Weds. 18/12/13: Russia’s multibillion dollar bailout of Ukraine is a bandage but not a remedy, according to the Kyiv Post. Also, the press in India is outraged by the "nanny scandal", Obama is to send gay athletes as part of the official US delegation to the Olympics in Sochi and The Advocate elects the Pope person of the year.

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