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FILE In this Monday, March 19, 2012 file photo, Sexual Minorities Uganda program coordinator Pepe Julian Onziema speaks in an interview with The Associated Press in Kampala, Uganda. Uganda's health minister said Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2014 that gays will not be discriminated against by medical workers after the country's president signed a law that strengthens criminal penalties against homosexuals, but prominent gay rights activist Pepe Julian Onziema said that well-known homosexuals face constant discrimination and abuse and recalled being ignored many times by medical workers who served others as they gossiped about his sexual orientation. (AP Photo/Stephen Wandera, File)

FILE In this Monday, March 19, 2012 file photo, Sexual Minorities Uganda program coordinator Pepe Julian Onziema speaks in an interview with The Associated Press in Kampala, Uganda. Uganda's health minister said Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2014 that gays will not be discriminated against by medical workers after the country's president signed a law that strengthens criminal penalties against homosexuals, but prominent gay rights activist Pepe Julian Onziema said that well-known homosexuals face constant discrimination and abuse and recalled being ignored many times by medical workers who served others as they gossiped about his sexual orientation. (AP Photo/Stephen Wandera, File)

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