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The Legacy of Uganda’s Kasese Massacre

October 10, 2018 Video Uganda: No Justice for Children, Civilians Killed in 2016 Massacre Ugandan authorities have failed to investigate the police and military responsible for killing more than 100 people in western Uganda in 2016. Three years ago, the Ugandan army attacked the Rwenzururu royal palace in the town of Kasese, resulting in the deaths of over 100 people. But the families of those killed are still waiting for answers, amid fears of reprisals for pressing for justice. On November 26, 2016, after years of tension between the Ugandan government and the Rwenzururu kingdom, government…

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