Ugandan Asians 40 Years On

Forty years ago, President Idi Amin made an announcement which shocked the world.

He forced tens of thousands of Asians to leave Uganda. Central News' Rajiv Popat travelled to Uganda to see the effect it had on Ugandan Asians and the country.

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The man who survived Idi Amin's death list

He had a fearsome reputation and was notorious for his brutality. It's believed Idi Amin's regime was responsible for the deaths of hundreds of thousands of people.

One man who knew him better than most was Manzoor Moghal, a Moslem community leader in Leicester. He was on Amin's death list and had to escape in the middle of the night.

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