Lives we lost: Storekeeper was watching news about protests

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It was 7.15pm. The old man opened the door an inch to call for help, but he quickly closed and locked it when he saw policemen standing outside. He called his bosses, who then called the local leaders.

In the last instalment of this series, we chronicle how bullets prematurely shattered the blooming dreams of dozens during two days of madness last November. In interviews with our reporter, Gillian Nantume, grieving families and friends share the triumphs, travails and final moments of relatives in a way that offers insights into the lives of victims hitherto treated as statistics.

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