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Uganda’s “Kill the Gays” Bill Resurfaces
Since Uganda’s Anti-Homosexual Bill was put on the table in 2009, it is still one vote away from becoming a law. But the current trial of a British man accused of "trafficking obscene publications” when a laptop featuring images of him having sex with another man was stolen, has put the bill at center stage again.
(Photo: REUTERS/James Akena)
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