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February 6, 2014 2:41 PM

With global spotlight on Sochi, human rights activists look for openings to challenge Russian law

With the world’s focus turned to Sochi, Russia, for Friday night’s Opening Ceremony and the Olympic competitions to come, human rights activists hope to keep attention on the host country’s law prohibiting so-called gay propaganda. They’re facing a challenge.

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