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Situation in UAE increasingly worrying for international LGBTQ community

By DW
29 September 2022   |   7:07 am
Up until now, international members of the LGBTQ community living in the United Arab Emirates have managed to keep a low profile in a country where being queer is illegal. But is that all about to change?

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