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Anti-LGBTQ+ law in Uganda that threatens the death penalty sparks international outcry

PBS, 01 Jun 2023
Uganda just enacted one of the world’s harshest anti-LGBTQ+ laws. Same-sex relations were already illegal there, but the new law goes much further, including life imprisonment for anyone convicted of homosexuality and in some cases mandates the death penalty. The draconian provisions upended the lives of queer Ugandans who now feel in danger. Stephanie Sy discussed the law with Steven Kabuye.

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