The Panama Papers case: A narrative against democracy

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Imad Zafar

The famous Panama leak case judgment is about to be announced in Pakistan. The highest court in Pakistan took months by hearing both the accuser and the defendants.

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Case of Ugandan politician’s assault of journalist continues

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Robert Ssewankambo

A Magistrates Court in the Ugandan town of Masaka on March 11th continued the criminal case against a ruling party politician, Eddie Ssansa, with a police officer testifying and producing a damaged smartphone which the Daily Monitor newspaper journalist Shamim Jjingo Nakawooya was using to record news when she was reportedly assaulted by the suspect.

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Case of assault by police against journalist in Uganda adjourned

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Robert Ssewankambo

Sarah Kaitesi Kisakye, Chief Magistrate at the Buganda Road High Court in the Ugandan capital of Kampala last week yesterday granted the Prosecution one final adjournment to produce its last witness against former Police Commander, Joram Mwesigye who beat up and seriously injured a TV journalist, Andrew Lwanga.

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Medical Practitioner testifies in Journalist’s assault case

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Robert Ssewankambo

The case in which Andrew Lwanga, a journalist for the Ugandan Wavah Broadcasting Services (WBS), was allegedly assaulted by Joram Mwesigye, the former Division Police Commander of Old Kampala Police Station, continued today at the Chief Magistrates Court with the a medical doctor giving his evidence.

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