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23 november 2010 - Kampala, Uganda - From left to right: Pepe Julian Onziema, LGBT activist for Sexual Minorities Uganda (SMUG) - Kasha N. Jacqueline, the founder and director of Freedom and Roam Uganda (FARUG) - David Kato (center), gay activist for Sexual Minorities Uganda (SMUG) - Pentecostal Pastor Salomon Male, of the National Coalition Against Homosexuality and Sexual Abuse in Uganda - Giles Muhame, managing editor of Rolling Stone. Ugandan High Court Judge Vincent Musoke-Kibuuka extended the ban, first issued on November 1, on the publication in the media of pictures identifying people as homosexuals at a court hearing today in the case of the Ugandan newspaper Rolling Stone. The judge decided to give time to the Giles Muhame, to offer a defense and appear before court. Giles insisted he was not ready citing a problem with his wife. Rolling Stone newspaper was ordered by the High Court in Kampala to stop publishing the names, photographs and addresses of people it says are gay. Alongside the photos, the paper urged the government to "hang them." Photo credit: Benedicte Desrus