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Singapore high court upholds law criminalising gay sex

The high court in Singapore has upheld a law criminalising gay sex and dismissed three appeals arguing that the law was unconstitutional.

Prosecutions under the colonial era law, 377A, are rare, but activists have been trying to overturn it for years now, with a previous failed attempt occurring in 2014.

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