Fri 1 August 2014, The Independent

Uganda court strikes down tough anti-homosexuality law as 'null and void'

By Heather Saul
Uganda's constitutional court has struck down an anti-homosexuality law punishing gay sex with long jail sentences, on the basis that it was passed during a parliamentary session lacking a quorum.
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