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Daniel Foote, Zambia

US Ambassador to Zambia forced to leave country after confronting government over jailing of gay couple

Daniel Foote, Zambia

Zambia’s anti-gay president wants US ambassador to leave the country after defending two men jailed for loving each other

Edgar Lungu president of Zambia

A gay couple in Zambia have been sentenced to 15 years in prison for the crime of loving one another

Zambian riot policeman gets ready to fire a tear gas canister to disperser Zambian traders and vendors during a march to protest over a ban on street commerce aimed at curbing a deadly cholera outbreak, in Lusaka, on January 15, 2018. Police in Zambia's capital Lusaka fired tear gas at angry traders marching to the president's office. The 500-strong crowd was trying to deliver a petition to President Edgar Lungu who has become the public face of the campaign against the outbreak that has claimed at least 70 lives since September. Authorities have banned several street markets in Lusaka in an effort to reduce the volume of food and drink sold in unsanitary open-air locations, which are particularly vulnerable to the spread of cholera. / AFP PHOTO / DAWOOD SALIM (Photo credit should read DAWOOD SALIM/AFP/Getty Images)

Zambian police stormed a man’s house because he was having gay sex, local reports claim

Zambia convicts two men for same-sex relationship

Emeli Sande urges Commonwealth leaders to overturn anti-gay laws

Zambian riot policeman gets ready to fire a tear gas canister to disperser Zambian traders and vendors during a march to protest over a ban on street commerce aimed at curbing a deadly cholera outbreak, in Lusaka, on January 15, 2018. Police in Zambia's capital Lusaka fired tear gas at angry traders marching to the president's office. The 500-strong crowd was trying to deliver a petition to President Edgar Lungu who has become the public face of the campaign against the outbreak that has claimed at least 70 lives since September. Authorities have banned several street markets in Lusaka in an effort to reduce the volume of food and drink sold in unsanitary open-air locations, which are particularly vulnerable to the spread of cholera. / AFP PHOTO / DAWOOD SALIM (Photo credit should read DAWOOD SALIM/AFP/Getty Images)

Zambia police call for public help to hunt lesbian couple

Feet and football

President says gay rights advocates ‘should go to hell’ after football row

Feet and football

Zambian football bosses are considering this gay protection clause

Zambian vice president dismisses same-sex marriage question: ‘We care more about education’

Zambia: Two men accused of ‘sodomy’ acquitted due to lack of evidence

Zambian government: Decriminalising homosexuality would be an affront to Christianity

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