A gay man in Afghanistan who fears for his life has waited a year and a half to come to British Columbia as a refugee, and he worries continued delay could lead to his death. The federal NDP is calling on the government to intervene directly to get him out of a dangerous situation. CBC News is protecting the man's identity over concerns for his safety. "Anwar," 29, was forced to leave his family home after he says he was outed as a homosexual by Afghan police.
October 4 / CBC News