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17.10.2011

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Commonwealth leaders to be confronted on homophobia MP3

When they meet in Perth next week Commonwealth leaders will be asked to abolish laws which are blamed for a high rate of HIV infection. Most Commonwealth countries have laws against homosexuality. Source: abc.net.au

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