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As Angola decriminalizes homosexuality, where does the African continent stand?

By DW
18 February 2019   |   10:15 am
Angola has done away with criminalizing homosexuality, removing a notorious "vices against nature" provision in its penal code. Other African nations still punish people for same-sex relationships.

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