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1. "Divergent" by Veronica Roth (Katherine Tegen Books)
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Jean Paul Turayishimye survived the genocide of Rwanda while serving in the opposition forces and escaped, ultimately to the United States.
The medical workers who knew he was gay ignored him, attending to those who arrived after him as they openly gossiped about his homosexuality.
Troubled by an anti-gay movement in Uganda and across much of the world, the U.S. is launching a new effort to combat what Secretary of State John Kerry described Wednesday as a threat to human rights.
Just one day after Uganda's president signed a law that punishes gays with possible lifelong prison sentences, a local newspaper published a list of what editors determined to be the "200 top" homosexuals in the country — some of whom had not yet been outed.
At least three Ugandans have committed suicide and five others attempted in the last two weeks over the anti-gay law, gay rights activists have revealed.