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Algerian authorities convict 44 people on charges for attending gay wedding

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Human Rights Watch.A lawyer involved in the case told Human Rights Watch that police reports described decorations, flowers, and sweets indicative of a wedding celebration, as well as the two principal men’s supposedly “gay” appearance, as evidence of the students’ guilt.In Algeria, same-sex activity is punishable by up to three years in prison, and same-sex marriages are outlawed. “Public indecency” carries a sentence of six months to three years in prison and a fine if it involves “acts against nature with a member of the same sex,” regardless of the gender of those involved.The court convicted all 44 of “same-sex relations,” public indecency, and “subjecting others to harm by breaking COVID-19-related quarantine measures.” The two.

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