Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni called homosexuals “disgusting,” moments after signing a bill bringing into law harsh measures against homosexuality, in an interview with CNN.
Witnesses said gunmen went door to door asking if residents were Christian or Muslim
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Says it will complicate relations with the U.S. and “will be a step backward for all Ugandans”
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The attacks came shortly after anti-gay legislation signed into law