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Uganda media walks out of security press conference

By Abiodun Ogundairo
31 December 2020   |   11:00 am
Ugandan journalists walk out of security media conference in Kampala in protest of increased violence against them by security forces. On Sunday two journalists were shot at, one critically injured, in the scuffle between opposition politician’s campaigners and security forces.

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