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Uganda’s 'Piglet Protesters' say Their Work has Just Begun

On June 17, two young men calling themselves the Jobless Brotherhood grabbed headlines when they snuck two piglets, painted in the ruling party’s signature yellow, into the Ugandan parliament.  Wearing signs saying “M-Pigs,” the piglets managed to get as far as the parliamentary chambers before being stopped by police. Norman Tumuhimbise and Robert Mayanja were arrested for the stunt, and released several weeks later on bail.  The pair has since been re-arrested for illegal...

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