29th November 2014
Reports: Ugandan gay rights activist ‘in intensive care’ after brutal attack 13
3:35 PM — A prominent Ugandan gay rights activist has been brutally beaten by a homophobic mob.
28th November 2014
Petition started calling on Uganda to scrap all anti-gay laws 4
5:12 PM — A petition has been started calling for all anti-gay legislation to be scrapped in Uganda.
Finland’s Parliament votes to allow same-sex marriage 38
12:05 PM — A petition has been started calling for all anti-gay legislation to be scrapped in Uganda.
27th November 2014
Yoweri Museveni: Uganda is a ‘better destination’ than Spain for holidaymakers 56
6:19 PM — The President of Uganda has said his country is a "better destination" for tourists than Spain.
25th November 2014
Uganda to host 2017 World Cross Country Championships despite anti-gay laws 12
4:13 PM — Adding to the list of countries with anti-gay laws allowed to host professional athletics events, Uganda will be hosting the 2017 World Cross Country Championships.
21st November 2014
Uganda: New law could make almost every gay person homeless 25
4:07 PM — A new, harsher version of Uganda's anti-gay law could effectively make all gay and lesbian people homeless.
Ugandan lawmaker: New anti-gay law could be ‘Christmas gift’ 16
1:16 PM — A Ugandan lawmaker wants the new anti-gay law to be passed swiftly, as a "Christmas gift" to the nation.
Gambian president signs bill to punish gays with life imprisonment 23
11:18 AM — The president of Gambia has signed into law a bill which calls for life imprisonment for people caught having gay sex.
19th November 2014
Comment: Uganda’s LGBT community is in limbo pending a new anti-gay bill 4
2:28 PM — Tony Kitara writes for PinkNews on why the LGBT community in Uganda is "in limbo", pending the introduction of a new, even harsher anti-gay bill.
Amnesty: Gambian crackdown on gay people is ‘unacceptable’ 8
10:24 AM — Amnesty International has said the arrest, detention and torture of gay people in Gambia this month shows that the country must stop its crackdown on homosexuality.
18th November 2014
British man jailed for ‘homosexual acts': I don’t support a travel boycott against Morocco 29
5:50 PM — A gay British man who was previously jailed in Morocco for "homosexual acts" during a visit to a friend has said he has reconsidered his stance, and no longer supports a travel boycott against the country.
Ugandan President: Church must help in fight against gays 32
3:22 PM — Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni has called on church leaders to support the government in its fight against homosexuality.
17th November 2014
Morocco drops all charges against British tourist jailed for ‘homosexual acts’ 26
11:44 PM — Morocco has formally dropped the charges against British tourist Ray Cole and his partner, who were jailed this summer for 'homosexual acts'.
Peter Tatchell Foundation auctioning holiday to country where gays are imprisoned 27
4:55 PM — Exclusive: Peter Tatchell has defended his Foundation auctioning a holiday to Morocco, where a gay British man was jailed earlier this year for ‘homosexual acts.’
16th November 2014
Egypt: Appeal verdict set for men jailed over ‘gay wedding’ video 2
4:51 PM — Eight men who were jailed in Egypt over a video which purportedly showed a mock same-sex wedding will hear their appeal verdict next month.
14th November 2014
Botswana gay rights group wins right to exist after court battle 1
12:59 PM — A court in Botswana has ruled that the government acted illegally when it banned a gay rights group.
11th November 2014
Ugandan minister confirms planning of new anti-gay law that cannot be challenged 29
4:23 PM — Uganda plans to introduce a new anti-gay law that will withstand any legal challenge, a government minister confirms.
10th November 2014
Singer Charli XCX: I will never return to Uganda over anti-gay laws 1
3:38 PM — A British singer whose mother is from Uganda has vowed to never return to the African country, over its anti-gay laws.
8th November 2014
Uganda: New ‘even worse’ anti-gay law drafted 24
11:40 AM — An even more extreme anti-gay law has been drafted in Uganda, after the country's original law was struck down by a court.
7th November 2014
Ugandan minister: David Cameron doesn’t love his children because he supports gays 51
1:03 PM — The Ugandan Minister of Ethics and Integrity has claimed that Prime Minister David Cameron doesn't love his children, because he allows homosexuality in the UK.