In this Monday, May 22, 2017 photo, police officers escort men arrested in a raid on a gay sauna at North Jakarta police headquarters in Jakarta,Indonesia. (AP Photo/Tatan Syuflana)
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An Indonesian court has sentenced 10 men arrested in a raid at a gay club and sauna to between two and three years in prison, an activist and a relative of one of the men said.Most were released because homosexuality is not illegal in Indonesia, but 10 men were charged under anti-pornography laws.Police have raided gay clubs and private parties, charging those arrested under Indonesia's broad anti-pornography laws and forcing some men to take HIV tests.A sister of one of the men charged said four people involved in managing the club were sentenced to three years in prison.
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