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LGBTQ+ activists detained in Singapore

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Three LGBTQ+ activists have been detained by police in Singapore after attending a small demonstration protesting the government’s mistreatment of a transgender student.

Five people protested outside of the country’s education ministry on Tuesday January 26, following claims that the ministry had had blocked a transgender student from receiving hormone therapy.

The group were protesting outside the national ministry of educationAccording to Inquirer News, the city has strict laws regarding protests, so the activists were arrested for taking part in a public assembly without a permit after ignoring warnings to disband.

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