11th February 2013
Analysis: Who is the favourite to succeed Pope Benedict XVI? 26
2:53 PM — Ghanaian Cardinal Peter Turkson is a strong contender to become the next Pope – but would he be less of a homophobe than the current incumbent?
Anti-gay evangelical group receives funding from the Canadian government 19
1:41 AM — An anti-gay evangelical organisation which describes homosexuality as a "perversion" has been receiving funding from Canada's government for work in Uganda.
8th February 2013
Gay Cameroon asylum seeker assaulted by private security team at Heathrow Airport 9
5:59 PM — An asylum seeker from Cameroon, who has previously been persecuted due to his sexuality in his home country, claims he was assaulted by private security at Heathrow Airport.
Uganda: British producer of gay play faces deportation 5
2:04 PM — UK theatre producer David Cecil, who was charged with breaking Uganda’s laws in relation to his play featuring a gay storyline, faces deportation from the country.
Ghana: Justice Minister-designate opposes gay rights 6
1:25 PM — The Justice Minister-designate for Ghana has said that the constitution should be interpreted as criminalising homosexuality, despite her colleague's claims that gay people have 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.
4th February 2013
Ghana: Anti-gay critics say new children’s minister will ‘promote homosexuality’ 8
5:49 PM — Ghana's new children's minister has been accused of supporting gay rights by her critics even though she denies stating that homosexuality should be legalised.
Mali: Two men saved from execution for being gay, following French intervention 11
3:21 PM — Two men were saved from execution for being gay, after French, and other international forces intervened in Mali to end Islamist Rule.
30th January 2013
President of Cameroon: People may change their minds on ‘crime’ of homosexuality 8
11:55 PM — The President of Cameroon, Paul Biya, said on Wednesday that he could see that attitudes about his country's criminalisation of homosexuality were changing.
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.
Zimbabwe: New draft constitution includes equal marriage ban 15
5:12 PM — A new Zimbabwean draft constitution includes a clause banning equal marriage for gay couples.
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".
24th January 2013
Amnesty International releases report on ‘horrid’ state of LGBT rights in Cameroon 1
2:03 PM — Amnesty International has renewed its pressure on Cameroon to change its anti-gay laws with a report released today.
Egypt: Campaigners say life has gotten worse for gay people since the Arab Spring 11
12:11 PM — Despite the hopes of gay people who took part in the 2011 revolution, the climate in Egypt seems to be increasingly homophobic, a human rights group has warned.
22nd January 2013
Nigerian anti-gay pastor: Same-sex marriage will wipe out humanity 49
11:42 AM — The general overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God in Nigeria believes allowing gay couples to marry will wipe out humanity.
18th January 2013
South Africa: Justice ministry requests that ‘gay cure centre’ is investigated 2
5:58 PM — The South African justice ministry has requested that the Human Rights Commission investigate a Chrisian arts centre which operates to attempt to "cure" people of their homosexuality.
17th January 2013
UK: Cafe owner accuses gay campaigners of targeting him for a 2nd time over Uganda trip 14
8:05 PM — A cafe owner who denies accusations of homophobia, having attended an event in Uganda where there were anti-gay speakers present, claims to have closed his cafe for a second time due to the threat of further protests.
16th January 2013
Comment: South Africa is not a ‘Rainbow Nation’ if you’re gay 18
12:24 PM — Recently, a South African college was exposed for offering therapies to try and turn young gay people straight. South African Douglas Bruce Davies explains that despite some of the most progressive gay rights laws in the world, South Africa is not a paradise to be LGBT.
South African student defends gay ‘cure’ college and says she’s no longer a lesbian 20
11:48 AM — A student has defended a South African arts academy and claims that it helped “cure” her of being a lesbian.