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Russia: Appeal court upholds 2 years sentence for man convicted of alleged HIV transmission in Chelyabinsk region

Суд не оправдал южноуральца, заразившего девушку ВИЧ–инфекцией
May 20, 2019

Russia: 22-year-old woman to spend 3 years in penal colony after regional court upholds sentence

Женщина, заразившая подростка ВИЧ, осуждена на три года
May 20, 2019

[update]Belarus: 34-year-old woman sentenced to 10.5 years in prison for alleged HIV transmission

Белоруска получила за распространение ВИЧ 10,5 года
May 13, 2019

Canada: B.C.’s improved HIV prosecution guidelines remain out of step with scientific evidence and international guidance

Richard Elliott: B.C.’s improved HIV prosecution guidelines don’t go far enough
May 13, 2019

US: Nevada advisory task force to review antiquated laws on HIV exposure and issue recommendations

Panel to take on reforming Nevada’s antiquated HIV criminalization laws
May 13, 2019

Zimbabwe: Repeal of legal provision that criminalises “wilful” transmission of HIV approved by Cabinet

HIV/Aids transmission law repeal approved by Cabinet
May 13, 2019

US: Woman charged with “intentional exposure” to HIV in Louisiana for spitting at medical staff

Woman accused of intentional exposure to AIDS after incident at hospital
May 10, 2019

UK: Mother-of-two sentenced to 3 years in jail for allegedly flicking blood at bailiffs

JAILED: HIV positive mother flicked blood at bailiffs
May 3, 2019

Pakistan: Police arrest doctor blamed for increase in HIV infection in Larkana

Doctor arrested for allegedly spreading HIV in Larkana
May 2, 2019

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