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Uganda anti-gay laws: 'They can beat you up and kill you'

27 February 2014 Last updated at 17:23 GMT

Uganda's leader has signed into law a bill toughening penalties for gay people, including life sentences for gay sex and same-sex marriage.

The day after it was made law, a popular tabloid published a list of what it called '200 top homosexuals'.

One of the people named, who lives abroad, spoke anonymously to the BBC's Ros Atkins.

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