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First Openly Gay Candidate Joins Tunisia's Presidential Race

The birthplace of the Arab Spring is the home to another first in the Muslin world. Is the LGBTQ society getting more courageous in Africa and the Arab world?

First Openly Gay Candidate Joins Tunisia's Presidential Race
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