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Topic - Tamale Mirundi
The Ugandan government is seeking to ban 38 nongovernmental organizations that it accuses of promoting homosexuality — a move that critics say aims to divert attention from the administration's political troubles.
The Ugandan government has come under fire for its handling of a mysterious disease that has killed hundreds of children in the northern part of this impoverished East African nation.
Museveni press secretary Tamale Mirundi said the president thinks homosexuals should not be persecuted but that they should not be allowed to display their sexuality in public.