Uganda: Activist charged with terrorism
After six days held in incommunicado detention without any judicial supervision, Kenyan human rights activist Al-Amin Kimathi was charged, on 21 September 2010, with terrorism, murder and attempted murder in relation to the July bombings. No details or basis of the charges have been provided. He is being held under pre-trial detention.
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