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Uganda: Government should reverse decision to ban ...
19 November 2010

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI Index: AFR 59/014/2010. 19 November 2010. Uganda: Government ...

Public Statement       AFR 59/014/2010

Ugandan gay rights activist: 'I have to watch my back more ...
5 November 2010

When a Ugandan tabloid published Frank Mugisha's personal details in October and called for him and other alleged homosexuals to be hanged for ...

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Uganda: Failure to investigate alleged human rights violations ...
1 November 2010

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI Index: AFR 59/013/2010. 1 November 2010. Uganda: Failure to investigate ...

Public Statement       AFR 59/013/2010

Uganda: Activist charged with terrorism
29 September 2010

After six days held in incommunicado detention without any judicial supervision, Kenyan human rights activist Al-Amin Kimathi was charged, on 21 September ...

Urgent Action       AFR 59/012/2010

Kenya: The arrest and detention of Mbugua Mureithi and Al ...
24 September 2010

In this open letter, Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch express their concern regarding the arrest and detention in Uganda of Mbugua Mureithi ...

Open Letter       AFR 32/020/2010

Uganda: Further information: Lawyer released; activist still ...
20 September 2010

Kenyan lawyer Mbugua Mureithi was released from police custody in Kampala, the capital of Uganda, on 18 September and was immediately deported ...

Urgent Action       AFR 59/011/2010

Uganda: Lawyer and activist held incommunicado
17 September 2010

Kenyan lawyer Mbugua Mureithi and human rights activist Al-Amin Kimathi of the Kenyan human rights organisation, the Muslim Human Rights Forum ...

Urgent Action       AFR 59/010/2010

Uganda: Proposed law on the regulation of public meetings by ...
15 September 2010

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI Index:AFR 59/008/2010. 15 September 2010. Uganda: Proposed ...

Public Statement       AFR 59/008/2010

Deadly Uganda blasts condemned | Amnesty International
12 July 2010

At least 64 people were killed when bombs exploded in an Ethiopian restaurant and a rugby club in the capital Kampala.

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Amnesty International | Deadly Uganda blasts condemned
12 July 2010

Amnesty International has condemned the bomb blasts that last night hit the Ugandan capital Kampala, leaving at least 64 people dead.

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