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Tunisia: forbidden to homosexuals on some taxis’ and shops’


In Kairouan, Tunisia, on some taxis’ and shops’ windows appear notices stating :“Forbidden to homosexuals”.
In December 2015, the court of Kairouan sentenced six young men to three years jail for sodomy. The authorities released the six boys at the beginning of March 2016. The decision came up after the Shams, an association for LGBT rights, took prompt action and started protesting for the court’s sentence throughout all the period the two boys were detained.

In Kairouan, Tunisia, on some taxis’ and shops’ windows appear notices stating :“Forbidden to homosexuals”.
In December 2015, the court of Kairouan sentenced six young men to three years jail for sodomy. The authorities released the six boys at the beginning of March 2016. The decision came up after the Shams, an association for LGBT rights, took prompt action and started protesting for the court’s sentence throughout all the period the two boys were detained.

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