Four human rights defenders have been detained by immigration officers at Entebbe airport, and threatened with deportation on the next flight. They were travelling to Kampala to meet with the Chief Justice of Uganda to discuss the case of Mr. Al-Amin Kimathi. The eight other members of the delegation, which included two British nationals, have been allowed to enter the country.
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Wednesday, 13 April 2011 08:55

Mohamed Ali Mohamed

Mohamed Ali Mohamed is a Muslim and resident of Nairobi, Kenya. He is facing extradition to Uganda by order of Frederick Ruhindi , the Attorney General of Uganda and also the Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs, as sworn by Ndungutse Ngaruye John a Ugandan police officer.
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The Kenya National Commission on Human Rights (KNCHR) is working with an international organisation to ensure Kenyans held in Uganda over a terrorist attack get justice.
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Sunday, 23 January 2011 21:14

Al-Amin Kimathi, Omar Awad and Co.

Al-Amin Kimathi, Omar Awadh and six others taken illegally from Kenya to Uganda are still locked up in Uganda.
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EXCLUSIVE: Umm Sahl writes about the plight of her husband, Omar Awadh Omar, detained unlawfully in Uganda.

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Uganda should release a Kenyan human rights activist facing terrorism and murder charges in connection with a bomb attack on Kampala or serve him with details of those charges, two rights groups said late on Monday.

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Monday, 20 September 2010 15:17

Activist Charged over Uganda Bombings

Human rights activist Al-Amin Kimathi has been charged in Uganda in connection with the twin bomb blasts in Kampala, on July 11.

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A Kenyan rights activist providing counsel for suspects of Uganda's July attacks remains in prison following the release of colleague and lawyer Mbugua Mureithi, who has accused Uganda authorities of a "witch hunt."

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In sending troops into Somalia, the Ugandan president is doing Washington's bidding and endangering his country.

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Ugandan police have arrested two Kenyans - a lawyer and a human rights activist - as they arrived in Uganda to attend a hearing for suspects in July's Kampala bombing.
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Two prominent human rights workers, one of them a lawyer, were arrested this week in Uganda as part of a US-sponsored local 'security response' to bombings in Kampala over the summer.

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Human rights activists have accused Kenya of secretly sending four terror suspects to Uganda after the World Cup bomb blasts in Ugandan capital Kampala.
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