Listen: Uganda police battle protesters seeking release of pop star
"Have opened fire on demonstrators NPR's. ADA parole to reports, protesters were demonstrating against the arrest and alleged torture of an opposition leader. News footage shows protesters building roadblocks by burning tyres, and in the middle of downtown compile. It shows police opening fire on a large group of protesters witnesses. Say that downtown Kampala has come to a standstill. Protesters are demanding the release of Bobby wine, the country's most popular singer, and also one of its top opposition figures. The country's military through wine in a military prison. After the accused, his supporters of throwing rocks at the president's convoy, his family says wine has been badly beaten and has internal injuries president. You wearing move seventy who has ruled Uganda for more than three decades says, he will not tolerate any threats. He says he has fought back before and he will do so again, eight"