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Today in Pictures - Monday, November 4

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Added 4th November 2019 12:22 PM

We bring you all the highlights from the day's events through a selection of pictures.

 Today in Pictures - Monday, November 4

Journalists holding placards at Central Police Station (Photo by Francis Emorut)

We bring you all the highlights from the day's events through a selection of pictures.

 

Uganda news in pictures

Journalists demonstrate against police brutality 

Journalists storm Central Police Station (CPS) to protest against police brutality.  The journalists are protesting against the recent brutality of Police as journalists were covering the Makerere University students strike.

 

 (Photo by Francis Emorut)

 

 ournalists at entral olice tation hoto by arooq asule Journalists at Central Police Station (Photo by Farooq Kasule)

 

The demonstrations later led to a scuffle between the journalists and police with some journalists being arrested while others were injured.  (Photos by Victoria Nampala in Kampala)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BELOW: Journalists arrested while taking their petition to the Inspector General of Police (IGP) (Photos by Abbey Ramadhan)

 

 

 

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Police foil FDC meeting

Traffic along Jinja road paralysed as police battle Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) supporters. They have also been reports of tear gas being used to disperse crowds.  (Photos by Nelson Kiva )

 

 

 

  esigye refuses to leave his vehicle  Former party president of the FDC  Dr. Kizza Besigye refuses to leave his vehicle

 

 

 

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Primary Leaving Examinations Commence

695,700 candidates  have sat for PLE exams across the country (By Andrew Musinguzi in Kagadi)

Primary Seven Candidates at Kagadi Model Primary School in Kagadi being checked by an Invigilator as UNEB Scout (left) looks on as they enter to write a mathematics paper

 

 

 

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Toto Christmas Festival returns for 6th edition

  arbara yamwiza edia in ducation anager at ision roup oan emanda izza ublic elations and ommunication anager at ultichoice ganda iona amale vents anager at ision roup  velyne akisita arketing irector at ndomie and nstant noodles orah ale ead of arketing at ritania plash  and race ampiima oto ditors at ision roup  officially launching the oto hristmas estival during press conference at ision roup  eadquarter in ampala n ovember 4 2019photo by ary ansiime [L-R] Barbara Nyamwiza Media in Education Manager at Vision Group, Joan Semanda Kizza Public Relations and Communication Manager at Multichoice Uganda, Fiona Tamale Events Manager at Vision Group, Evelyne Nakisita Marketing Director at Indomie and Instant noodles ,Norah Male Head of Marketing at Britania/ Splash and Grace Nampiima Toto Editor at Vision Group officially launching the Toto Christmas Festival during press conference at Vision Group Headquarter in Kampala. (Photos by Mary Kansiime)

 

 eft to right oan emanda izza ublic elations and ommunication anager at ultichoice ganda iona amale vents anager at ision roup and  velyne akisita arketing irector at ndomie and nstant noodles  officially launching the oto hristmas estival [Left to right] Joan Semanda Kizza Public Relations and Communication Manager at Multichoice Uganda, Fiona Tamale Events Manager at Vision Group and Evelyne Nakisita Marketing Director at Indomie and Instant noodles officially launching the Toto Christmas Festival

 

 oan emanda izza ublic elations and ommunication anager at ultichoice ganda iona amale vents anager at ision roup  officially launching the oto hristmas estival Joan Semanda Kizza Public Relations and Communication Manager at Multichoice Uganda, Fiona Tamale Events Manager at Vision Group officially launching the Toto Christmas Festival

 

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