Gay asylum seekers win UK court case

By Andy Rice 7 July 2010

Two homosexuals from the Cameroon and Iran have won the right to asylum in the UK, owing to the fact that they would face persecution in their home countries. A panel of Supreme Court judges unanimously granted the appeal. Read more: BBC News


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