A doctor draws blood from a man to check for HIV/AIDS at a mobile testing unit in Ndeeba, a suburb in Uganda's capital Kampala May 16, 2014. Uganda has made it a crime to "wilfully and intentionally" ... more 
A doctor draws blood from a man to check for HIV/AIDS at a mobile testing unit in Ndeeba, a suburb in Uganda's capital Kampala May 16, 2014. Uganda has made it a crime to "wilfully and intentionally" transmit the HIV virus and made it legal for medical staff to disclose a patient's HIV status to others without his or her consent. The law was passed on Tuesday, a parliamentary spokeswoman said, in response to a resurgence in HIV infections in a country that was once hailed as a success in the global fight against AIDS. Those convicted face up 10 years in prison. REUTERS/Edward Echwalu (UGANDA - Tags: CRIME LAW HEALTH) less 
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Fri, May 16, 2014 2:37 PM EDT