8th February 2013
Obama criticised for attending prayer breakfast with group linked with anti-gay Ugandan lawmakers 20
8:13 PM — Barack Obama has been criticised for attending the National Prayer Breakfast, a conservative-hosted event with alleged links to Ugandan anti-gay lawmakers, without addressing gay rights.
7th February 2013
Sweden: Gay couple married in Sweden say their families back home are being harassed 4
1:31 PM — Two Ugandan asylum seekers were reunited in Sweden and married last month, but they say their relatives back home are being harassed over the news of their wedding.
6th February 2013
Uganda: ‘Kill the Gays’ bill back on table as Parliament reconvenes 41
5:41 PM — The Anti-Homosexuality Bill has appeared on orders of business in the Ugandan Parliament, which reconvened on Tuesday.
29th January 2013
Sweden: Married Ugandan men victims of ‘lottery’ asylum system 7
6:05 PM — A gay Ugandan couple were separated in 2008 when one was forced to flee to Sweden. They were reunited by chance and married under Swedish law, but are in danger once more after one had their asylum claim denied.
28th January 2013
Cambridgeshire: Cafe owner calls for apology over allegations of support for Ugandan anti-gay bill 8
12:11 PM — The St Neots cafe owner who was accused of speaking in favour of anti-gay legislation in Uganda has demanded an apology from two bloggers, one of whom called him a "hatemonger".
9th January 2013
Cafe owner denies speaking at Ugandan anti-gay rally, attempts to stop protest 17
12:50 PM — The owner of a Christian bookshop has denied claims that he is homophobic, and that he attended an anti-gay rally, in order to try to stop a demonstration which was being planned at the premises.
9th May 2011
Gay activists’ petition against Ugandan ‘kill gays’ bill 30
12:55 PM — Gay rights campaigners hope to collect enough signatures to ask Ugandan president Yoweri Museveni to refuse to sign an anti-homosexuality bill. The legislation, in its current form, calls for harsher punishments for homosexuality. For "aggravated" case, such as those involving disabled people, those with HIV or minors, it calls for the death penalty.