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Jean-Claude Roger Mbede and 12 other people in Cameroon have been arrested since March 2011 for allegedly practising homosexuality.
A Cameroonian court has sentenced three men to five years in prison for alleged homosexuality.
The Cameroonian authorities must immediately release two men who have been sentenced to five years in prison by a court in Yaounde for homosexual acts, Amnesty ...
Demand the immediate and unconditional release of Jean-Claude Roger Mbede, who is serving a three-year prison sentence in Cameroon, solely because of his real or ...
Document AFR 17/005/2011
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Cameroon must release all individuals held under a discriminatory law that criminalizes consensual same-sex relations.
The Cameroonian authorities must end the persecution of gays and lesbians and repeal laws that criminalize consensual same-sex relations, five human rights organizations ...
Two men arrested on charges of homosexuality face risk of ill-treatment in Cameroonian prison.
Jean-Claude Roger Mbede has been sentenced to 36 months in prison for homosexuality, a criminal offence under Section 347a of the Cameroonian Penal Code. He is ...
Urgent Action AFR 17/003/2011