The Gay Pride parade in Entebbe, Uganda
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Ugandan activists celebrate at gay pride rally

Activists have held a gay pride rally in Uganda, a year after a law requiring homosexuals to be jailed for life was overturned.

Homosexuality is punishable with a jail sentence in the country but legislation imposing life imprisonment for "aggravated homosexuality" was annulled last year.

Africa editor, James Copnall, reports.

  • 08 Aug 2015
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