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Retrieved 7 May According to a reporter in Africa, "Africans see homosexuality as being both un-African and un-Christian". Violent and brutal attacks against LGBT people are common, often performed by state officials. Lively then wrote in his blog that Langa was "overjoyed with the results of our efforts and predicted confidently that the coming weeks would see significant improvement in the moral climate of the nation, and a massive increase in pro-family activism in every social sphere. And while police are investigating the murder, officials claim that it was only the result of a robbery, despite the death threats against Kato. Gay people in Uganda continue to face threats and discrimination despite a court ruling banning local media from publishing the personal details of alleged homosexuals, rights activists and lawyers say. Though his murder prompted international uproar, with world leaders and international rights organisations calling for an urgent investigation into the killing, the killing has left deep scars in a nation profoundly divided on the issue of gay rights.

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On 8 OctoberAndrew Mitchellthe UK's Secretary of State for International Developmentannounced that African countries which persecute homosexuals will face cuts in financial aid from the British government. Retrieved from " https: An institution that conducts this type of marriage can have its licence cancelled. T he murder of the prominent gay rights activist David Kato, who was bludgeoned to death five years ago, has emboldened the Ugandan LGBT movement not destroyed it, supporters say. According to the Pew Global Attitudes Project96 percent [32] of Ugandan residents believed that homosexuality is a way of life that society should not accept, which was the fifth-highest rate of non-acceptance in the 45 countries surveyed. Related Book - " Queer Space:

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Though a high court had issued an injunction against the newspaper, forbidding it from publishing more articles that targeted gays, activists and gay Ugandans have received an onslaught of intimidation since late last year. Archbishop discusses Uganda's proposed anti-homosexuality law in newspaper interview [ permanent dead link ]Episcopal Life online. Bahati stated, however, that he intended to re-introduce the bill in the next parliament. Martin Ssempaa Ugandan pastor and former affiliate of Warren, endorsed the bill. Pastor decries "misrepresentation" of "kill the gays" billSalon. Uganda Individual Documents since A High Court judge in January issued a permanent injunction preventing Rolling Stone and its managing editor Giles Muhame from "any further publications of the identities of the persons and homes of the applicants and homosexuals generally".

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