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U.S. sanctions former Ugandan police boss for rights violations

Reuters Friday, 13 September 2019
The U.S. Treasury has frozen all assets in the United States owned by the former inspector general of Ugandan police, Kale Kayihura, accusing him of engaging in serious human rights abuses in the East African nation.
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