Journalist shot by soldiers, faces possible arrest
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Opposition leader Robert Kyagulanyi, aka Bobi Wine, and supporters outside the UN Human Rights Office office in Kampala, as journalists are assaulted by Uganda Military Police, 17 February 2021, BADRU KATUMBA/AFP via Getty Images

The head of the Ugandan military apologises for the February 17 attack on journalists, promises to pay medical bills and claims officers have been disciplined.

Supporters of opposition leader Robert Kyagulanyi, aka Bobi Wine, and local and foreign journalists are assaulted by Uganda Military Police, outside the UN Human Rights Office in Kampala, 17 February 2021, BADRU KATUMBA/AFP via Getty Images

Ugandan army assaults group of journalists covering opposition politician Robert Kyagulangi Ssentamu aka Bobi Wine’s handover of petition to UN Human Rights Office.

A police officer disperses residents in Eastleigh, Nairobi, Kenya, as they protest restrictions on their movements due to Covid-19, 11 May 2020, Billy Mutai/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images

COVID-19 related legislation, surveillance practices and implementation of regulations have led to an erosion of online and offline civil liberties in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda.