Tough anti-gay law passed in Uganda
Uganda's parliament has passed a bill to toughen the punishment for homosexual acts to include life imprisonment in some cases.
The anti-homosexuality bill also makes it a crime punishable by a prison sentence not to report gay people.
The bill has been condemned by world leaders since it was mooted in 2009 - US President Barack Obama called it odious.
The private member's bill originally proposed the death penalty for some offences, such as if a minor was involved or the perpetrator was HIV-positive, but this has been replaced with life in prison.
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