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  • unrest in Uganda sparked by the arrest of the pop star turned presidential candidates.

  • Bobby Wine has left dozens of people dead and hundreds under arrest.

  • Youths burnt tires on the roads and erected barriers to block traffic, demanding his release.

  • Authorities deployed the military across the capital Kampala and its surrounding areas to help police forces dispersed.

  • Protesters using live ammunition, tear gas and water cannon in an effort to stop the unrest whine.

  • His real name is Robert Child.

  • Gilani was arrested Wednesday while campaigning in eastern Uganda.

  • He had allegedly been holding mass rallies which violates coronavirus restrictions on gatherings.

  • Aunt has since been charged and released on bail.

  • A police spokesman said detained protesters were involved in vandalism, looting, intimidation and threats on had targeted members of the public who don't support winds.

  • National unity platform party thing is what the police is doing.

  • Uganda is set to hold presidential and parliamentary elections on January 14th on Dwyane has proven to be a serious threat to President Yoweri Most, 70 who at age 76 aims to extend his rule to at least 40 years.

unrest in Uganda sparked by the arrest of the pop star turned presidential candidates.

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At least 37 dead in Uganda protests after Wine's arrest

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/22
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