Unrest in Uganda: Riots continue in the Ugandan capital of Kampala. The unrest has been going on for the past two weeks as a result of rising food and fuel prices. So far, in the harsh military crackdown by the government, two people have died, 120 have been wounded and more than 360 have been detained. President Yoweri Musaveni, who has responded to protests with disproportionate violence, has been in power for the last twenty-five years. The Guardian writes: “In Uganda there is an inchoate revolution struggling to be born.” Read more.