How celebs changed this controversial law in Brunei
George Clooney, Ellen DeGeneres, and many more are asking for your help
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After a lot of backlash, Brunei is backtracking on its controversial death penalty law. The Asian country recently came under fire after announcing the death penalty, given to men who have gay sex. Officially, no executions have taken place since 1957, but it still outraged people and groups around the world. George Clooney led a boycott of Brunei-owned hotels, co-signed by Ellen DeGeneres and Elton John. Now, the Sultan of Brunei has announced a rethink of the controversial law. Click on to understand the whole case.
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