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Mistrust and Hate: The Frightening New Lives of Homosexuals in Uganda
Sven Torfinn/ DER SPIEGEL

On Feb. 24, Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni signed a law allowing for life sentences for homosexuals. Since then, members of the country's gay and lesbian community have been going into hiding or leaving the country. Western pressure has been ineffective. By Jan Puhl in Kampala, Uganda more... Comment ]




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