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Malawi suspends anti-gay laws

Malawi has halted the enforcement of laws that criminalize same-sex relationships after comments made by the country’s Justice Minister Ralph Kasambara.

RGOD2: The spiritual journey begins in exile

"We must stand with our brave brothers and sisters who face daily threats and insults and give them the tools and the safety nets to do the work that someone needs to do."

RGOD2: Religion and HIV

We may disagree about gay marriage in this country but surely we can agree that killing gays and lesbians or imprisoning them in any context should never be sanctioned in the name of God or of the state.

RGOD2: When you’re a bridge - expect to be trampled upon

The Rev. Canon Albert Ogle shares the inspiring stories of 26 "authentic witnesses" from some of the 76 countries where it is illegal to be gay, who are in Washington for the International AIDS Conference.

Will Belize decriminalize homosexuality?

Caleb Orozco is the executive president of the United Belize Advocacy Movement, UNIBAM, and is part of a constitutional challenge to overturn the law in Belize which criminalises homosexuality. Visiting London, he briefed PinkNews.co.uk on the case.

In Liberia, Senate weighs anti-gay bill

In a potential showdown between branches of government, Liberia lawmakers want to outlaw marriage equality and make punish homosexuality with harsher penalties, but the president says she will not sign any such bill into law.