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Enrique Anarte

Transgender Germans demand compensation for sterilization

Dec 31 2019

BERLIN (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When German authorities insisted Tsepo Bollwinkel get sterilized in order to be legally considered a man 25 years ago, he was "eager to follow the rules, even if they sounded insane".

LGBT+ victims of Spain's Franco regime fight for compensation

Feb 11 2019

MADRID (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Moves by Spain to finally exhume the remains of former dictator Francisco Franco have spurred growing demands for compensation by LGBT+ victims of oppression and torture under his 36-year regime.

Germany put 'Mutti' on the map; can it do the same for a gay man?

Nov 22 2018

BERLIN (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Germany turned Angela 'Mutti' Merkel into the world's most powerful woman when it elected her as leader - is it now ready to pick a gay right-winger to try and fill her shoes?

U.S. real estate developer Cordish proposes $2.3 billion Madrid project

Dec 01 2016

MADRID U.S. real estate developer Cordish Companies proposed on Thursday a 2.2 billion euro ($2.3 billion) investment to build an entertainment complex outside Madrid, the largest of its kind in Europe, with the creation of over 50,000 jobs.

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