Asian Immigrants Return to Uganda During his reign as dictator of Uganda in the 1970s, the late Idi Amin expelled 80,000 Asians -- the country's mercantile elite. Thirty-one years later, returned exiles and a new wave of Asian immigrants have stirred up old feelings about race and power in the African nation. Jessie Graham reports.

Asian Immigrants Return to Uganda

Asian Immigrants Return to Uganda

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During his reign as dictator of Uganda in the 1970s, the late Idi Amin expelled 80,000 Asians — the country's mercantile elite. Thirty-one years later, returned exiles and a new wave of Asian immigrants have stirred up old feelings about race and power in the African nation. Jessie Graham reports.