In Uganda, Gays Face Growing Social, Legal Hostility
Clip: 04/05/2012 | 8m 28s
Being gay is extremely taboo in deeply religious Uganda, where one tabloid urged the hanging of people it called the country's "top homos." Fred de Sam Lazaro reports how the re-emergence of a bill to impose severe penalties for homosexuality, including death in some cases, has brought more rebuke from Western donor nations.
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