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Zambia: Court postpones verdict on two men accused of having gay sex

Headline Title:  Zambia: Court postpones verdict on two men accused of having gay sex 30 May 2014 The protracted detention of two Zambian men accused of having sex is an affront to all who believe in fundamental human rights, equality and non-discrimination and they should be released immediately, said Amnesty International today. The Magistrate court in Kapiri Mposhi was due to deliver its verdict today on the case of James Mwape and Philip Mubiana, who have been held for over a year after being charged with having sex “against the order of nature”. But owing to delays by the…

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