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Uganda: Prisoners escape naked and armed with weapons

By Abiodun Ogundairo
18 September 2020   |   6:59 am
Over 200 prisoners are on the run in the mountains of northeastern Uganda in a bid to flee cramped contagious conditions in jail. The military, in pursuit, has already killed two escapees.

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