Ugandan lesbian's deportation order slopped at 11th hour

Barsotti, Natasha
June 2013
Xtra (Toronto);6/27/2013, Issue 748, p22
The article reports that the deportation order of lesbian asylum-seeker Happy Rwehobuganzi in Great Britain was cancelled on June 18, 2013 mere hours before she would have boarded a flight back to her native Uganda to face homophobic persecution.


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