Two Men Arrested for Homosexuality in Zambia
The two adults were allegedly found having sex privately in a guesthouse and could be charged with "committing an unnatural offence" if they are found guilty. Homosexuality is a criminal offence in Zambia with a minimum jail term of up to 15 years and a maximum sentence of life imprisonment.
Two Men Arrested for Homosexuality
Times of Zambia, 30 August 2017
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