There has been increasing coverage of the proposed legislation in Uganda that would make "repeated homosexual acts" a capital crime. The Swedish government is considering sanctions should the legislation be adopted. Integrity has called again for the Episcopal Church to speak out in opposition. And the mainstream media is starting to cover the story.
There's an excellent summary of the present situation on Religion Dispatches:
"A proposed measure in Uganda would make repeated homosexual activity punishable by death. Anti-gay activists in the United States may think that it goes too far, but they laid the groundwork for it."
Read the summary here.