Police in Zambia have called on the public to help them track down two women who they believe are in a lesbian relationship.
Laws in the country ban gay sex for both men and women, with a punishment of up to 14 years in prison.
Officers from the national cybercrime unit started an investigation after seeing photos of the pair on social media which implied they were together, according to Zambian news site Mwebantu. The anti-gay law dates back to when Zambia was part of the British colony of Rhodesia.It states that “any person who has carnal knowledge of any person against the order of nature or has carnal knowledge of an animal” is guilty of a felony. Read more