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  1. 3 in Malawi prisons await ruling on sodomy law | MasterAdrian's Weblog

    […] 3 in Malawi prisons await ruling on sodomy law […]

  2. It’s official: No more Malawi arrests under anti-gay laws | 76 CRIMES

    […] 3 in Malawi prisons await ruling on sodomy law […]

  3. Malawi police end moratorium on anti-gay arrests | 76 CRIMES

    […] 3 in Malawi prisons await ruling on sodomy law (June 2014, 76crimes.com) […]

  4. Malawi arrests came with threats, assault, extortion | 76 CRIMES

    […] 3 in Malawi prisons await ruling on sodomy law (June 2014, 76crimes.com) […]

  5. Malawi outraged as West opposes revival of gay arrests | 76 CRIMES

    […] 3 in Malawi prisons await ruling on sodomy law (June 2014, 76crimes.com) […]

  6. Malawi drops charges against 2 arrested for gay sex | 76 CRIMES

    […] 3 in Malawi prisons await ruling on sodomy law (June 2014, 76crimes.com) […]

  7. Gay Malawian appeals for justice; now he’s in hiding | 76 CRIMES

    […] 3 in Malawi prisons await ruling on sodomy law (June 2014, 76crimes.com) […]

  8. Call for police probe of anti-gay hate speech in Malawi | 76 CRIMES

    […] 3 in Malawi prisons await ruling on sodomy law (June 2014, 76crimes.com) […]

  9. Stronger voices for LGBT rights in Malawi | 76 CRIMES

    […] 3 in Malawi prisons await ruling on sodomy law (June 2014, 76crimes.com) […]

  10. Malawi: Judge seeks renewed gay arrests; gay man attacked | 76 CRIMES

    […] 3 in Malawi prisons await ruling on sodomy law (June 2014, 76crimes.com) […]

  11. In Malawi, the glass is half full (experimental version) | 76 CRIMES

    […] 3 in Malawi prisons await ruling on sodomy law (June 2014, 76crimes.com) […]

  12. Easter 2016: A prayer for all LGBT prisoners | 76 CRIMES

    […] Easter 2016 — a time when the Easter message of the Catholic Church in Malawi criticizes the Malawian government for its moratorium on enforcement of the country’s anti-gay law while the courts decide whether it is constitutional. The Catholic leaders “condemn in strongest terms those inciting violence against homosexuals,” but they endorse a different type of violence — imprisoning “those guilty of homosexual acts or unions,” including the three men who were sentenced to 10 to 14 years in prison before the moratorium took effect. […]

  13. Glimmers of hope, despite Malawi pastors’ wrong-headed idea | 76 CRIMES

    […] 3 in Malawi prisons await ruling on sodomy law (June 2014, 76crimes.com) […]

  14. Malawi debates its anti-LGBTI law, still on hold | 76 CRIMES

    […] Three Malawian men remain in prison under the law. They were convicted before the moratorium took effect. On Dec. 7, 2015, two men were arrested under the law. After protests from local and international human rights advocates, they were released.  On Dec. 19, Justice Minister Samuel Tembenu confirmed that the moratorium remained in effect. […]

  15. 1000s march in Malawi to protest abortion, same-sex marriages | 76 CRIMES

    […] 3 in Malawi prisons await ruling on sodomy law (June 2014, 76crimes.com) […]

  16. Malawi court to decide: Is it hate speech to say ‘kill the gays’? | 76 CRIMES

    […] 3 in Malawi prisons await ruling on sodomy law (June 2014, 76crimes.com) […]

  17. Amsterdam Pride focus: Anti-LGBT countries, victims | 76 CRIMES
  18. Abolition of Angola's anti-gay laws may pave the way for regional reform - NewsMag360_FlexMag

    […] Three others have unequivocally abolished such laws in the last {two decades|2 decades|20 years} or so – South Africa {in 1998|more than a decade ago|over 10 years ago}, invalidating all convictions since 1994 ; Mozambique in 2015 ; and Seychelles in 2016 . In a fourth, Malawi, the situation is ambivalent. {In 2012|This year|News} then President Joyce Banda committed to repeal all laws that criminalised same-sex sexual relations. But , a 2012 moratorium on arrests and prosecutions was suspended in 2016 . A court ordered {review of|overview of|report on} the constitutionality of “ sodomy laws” is ongoing . […]

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