1. Militants LGBTI africains s’unissent à la conférence de Nairobi | 76 CRIMES

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  2. Anti-gay Ethiopia eases away from new crackdown | 76 CRIMES

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  3. African plea: The silence of good people hurts most | 76 CRIMES

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  5. Honors for 3 who combat the evil of homophobia | 76 CRIMES

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  6. African signers of Mayibuye Pledge vow to work for justice | 76 CRIMES

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  7. U.S. vs. ‘Dictators’ Club’ of anti-gay African strongmen | 76 CRIMES

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  8. MENA Special Collection on LGBTQ Sexualities | 76 CRIMES

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  9. Uganda: “Where Do We Go for Justice?” | 76 CRIMES

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  10. African LGBTI advocacy group gains official status | 76 CRIMES

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  11. LGBT Christians in Africa: A prime focus for new videos | 76 CRIMES

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  13. Anti-LGBTI murders, but optimism too? Q&A with a reporter | 76 CRIMES

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