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Ugandan soldiers shoot at demonstrators, who pelt them with rocks from apartment buildings, during riots in Kampala on April 29. (Marc Hofer)
Ugandan army troops and police faced off against rioting demonstrators in downtown Kampala on Friday, the first time the Uganda’s growing protest movement had reached the country’s capital. Red Cross officials said at least one person was killed and 64 wounded.
The recent bout of unrest began after the brutal arrest of the Ugandan opposition leader was caught on video.