At least 16 people killed as Uganda’s security personnel battle protests over Bobi Wine arrest

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    Sixteen people have been killed in #Uganda over two days in operations by security personnel trying to quell #protests triggered by the arrest of presidential candidate Bobi #Wine, police said in a statement. Police added 65 people had been injured while 350 people were arrested.

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