Maxim Sergeyevich Martsinkevich was sentenced to five years in a labor camp, but faced no charges for his infamous videos torturing gay men.
“It seems that Uganda is not committed to scaling down this pandemic — Uganda has chosen to moralize.”
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The announcement comes after activists in neighboring Uganda managed to overturn that country’s Anti-Homosexuality Act.
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“I don’t want any gay, lesbian, transgender or bisexual ever to hear from a doctor that their normal and healthy sexuality is anything other than that,” he told NBC4.
The former student said the teacher helped “challenge the ignorance of so many people”.
The government will instruct the attorney general to drop its appeal of a ruling striking down the law, local media report.
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The $600,000 contract with Mercury LLC is to monitor coverage and lobby on behalf of President Yoweri Museveni and Uganda.
The news could cast a pall over a pride event planned in the Ugandan capital on Saturday.
“If you think the law is unconstitutional, you have the right to go to court,” the activist says President Goodluck Jonathan told him.
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A new vote would violate rules of procedure and risk new international outcry. But some lawmakers want to do it so badly they’re bursting into song — literally.
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After months in an El Paso, Texas, detention center, a rare win for African immigrants seeking asylum on the southern border.
“We become legal again!” said LGBT activist Frank Mugisha. But Ugandan LGBT activists are bracing for a violent backlash to the decision.
“I am very optimistic that they will strike it down,” said Frank Mugisha of Sexual Minorities Uganda.
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