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U.S. may cut intelligence sharing with countries that criminalize homosexuality
POLITICS

U.S. may cut intelligence sharing with countries that criminalize homosexuality

Published: April 22, 2020  |  2 min read, 356 words
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Richard Grenell. Photo: Milos Miskov/Anadolu Agency via Getty ImagesActing Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell is pushing to cut U.S. intelligence sharing with countries that criminalize homosexuality, the reports. Why it matters: About 69 countries still criminalize homosexuality — including key U.S. intelligence partners like Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Kenya, per the Times. Grenell is the first openly gay Cabinet member and has prioritized anti-discrimination policies. The state of play: Grenell told the Times he has "the president’s total support" and that anti-discrimination... READ MORE
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