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PBS NEWSHOUR

How issues of sexual orientation will play at Sochi

  • Aired: 02/04/2014
  • 07:35
  • Rating: NR
Despite global concerns over Russia’s stance on gay rights, President Vladimir Putin has insisted that his country would uphold the Olympic charter and that no athlete will be mistreated. Should gay athletes still be concerned? Jeffrey Brown gets views from Brian Moulton of the Human Rights Campaign and Andranik Migranyan of the Institute for Democracy and Cooperation.
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Jeffrey Brown gets views from guests on whether gay athletes should be concerned in Sochi.
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