UN human rights experts have urged Uganda to immediately stop the brutal crackdown on the political opposition which began in the lead-up to January’s general elections and intensified after the disputed vote. Africa News reports that they urged Kampala to investigate and prosecute all human rights violations, including allegations of extrajudicial killings, arbitrary arrest and detention, enforced disappearance, torture, and ill treatment. Human rights organizations have also documented dozens of missing people in the East African country but in a meeting with the envoys of China, the US, UK, France, and Russia in Kampala on Tuesday, Uganda’s foreign minister denied that security forces were carrying out abductions.