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[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

US: It’s time to change Missouri HIV criminal statutes and end stigma

Missouri’s HIV criminal statutes are due for an update
May 1, 2019

US: Law student wins scholarship prize for writing about HIV criminalisation in Louisiana and its negative impact on women

Draconian state law criminalizing HIV exposure subject of winning paper by Tulane Law student
April 30, 2019

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