Kenya's highest court is due to reveal its decision on whether a law dating from the colonial era is legal or unconstitutional. DW's Sarah Kelly speaks with activist and writer Kevin Mwachiro about the long struggle of the LGBTQ community in Kenya.
Kenya has postponed a much anticipated ruling on homosexuality, to the great disappointment of human rights groups. They continue to hope for a verdict that decriminalizes same-sex relationships.
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.
Taipei is due to take a series of decisive steps this week to legalize same-sex marriages before the May 24 deadline set by the island’s top court. However, deep divisions in public opinion may stall the process.
Kenyans will return to the polls on October 17 after a court ruled the August presidential election should be annulled due to fraud. The fresh vote was demanded by opposition leader Raila Odinga.
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