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Journalists pin former ruling party parliamentary candidate in court over assault.

Masaka, 10th/February/2016; Two journalists Shamim Jjingo Nakawooya and Gertrude Mutyaba Lilian both Daily Monitor correspondents in Masaka District have on 10th February 2016, testified against a former contender for the ruling party parliamentary seat for Lwengo, Eddie Ssansa in an assault and malicious damage to property criminal case. Shamim told court, presided over by Grade

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BBC journalists arrested and interrogated for filming Abim hospital

Abim, 08th February 2016, Catherine Byaruhanga, a BBC news correspondent in Uganda was on February 06th, 2016 arrested by the police in Abim district for allegedly filming Abim hospital without permission of the district security agents, and wanting to report ‘bad news all the time with bad intentions”. She was arrested together with her cameraman,

Ugandan journalist Andrew Lwanga, who is still recovering more than one year after allegedly being battered by a police commander while covering a protest. Credit: Amy Fallon/IPS

Press Crackdown Is Likely to Worsen

This statement is originally published on Inter Press Service KAMPALA, Uganda, Feb 5 2016 (IPS) – On October 2015, the day that Ugandan journalist Enoch Matovu, 25, was allegedly shot by the police for simply “doing my job”, the police had “run out of tear gas”, he claimed. “So they had to use live bullets,” this

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Journalists pin former ruling party parliamentary candidate in court over assault.

Masaka, 10th/February/2016; Two journalists Shamim Jjingo Nakawooya and Gertrude Mutyaba Lilian both Daily Monitor correspondents in Masaka District have on 10th February 2016, testified against a former contender for the ruling party parliamentary seat for Lwengo, Eddie Ssansa in an assault and malicious damage to property criminal case. Shamim told court, presided over by Grade

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Journalists covering opposition presidential candidate mobbed up by deputy speakers’ supporters

Gulu, 24th/Dec/2015, Journalists covering the opposition Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) presidential candidate, Dr. Kizza Besigye campaign came under attack on 22nd December 2015 when the Deputy Speaker Jacob Oulanyah’s supporters mobbed them with clubs and stones in Gulu, Northern Uganda. NTV’s Ronald Galiwango and NBS TV’s Anthony Palapande fell victim as they covered a

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Media is Part and Partial of Governance; HRNJ Uganda

This statement was originally published on gmepa.com on 14th December 2015. By Augustus Bigirwenkya The chairperson board of directors Human Rights Network for Journalists (HNRJ) Uganda, Julius Esegu has appealed to the general public to know that media remains part and partial of governance of Uganda as a country and therefore members of the public

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Ugandan journalist Andrew Lwanga, who is still recovering more than one year after allegedly being battered by a police commander while covering a protest. Credit: Amy Fallon/IPS

Press Crackdown Is Likely to Worsen

This statement is originally published on Inter Press Service KAMPALA, Uganda, Feb 5 2016 (IPS) – On October 2015, the day that Ugandan journalist Enoch Matovu, 25, was allegedly shot by the police for simply “doing my job”, the police had “run out of tear gas”, he claimed. “So they had to use live bullets,” this

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