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Uganda Opposition: Police Violence Intended to Subvert February Vote

Uganda's main opposition said police violence against the opposition is part of a plan to subvert February's national election and help President Yoweri Museveni's remain in power. Ugandan police Wednesday fired teargas and live bullets to disperse supporters of main opposition leader and presidential candidate Kizza Besigye in the Bukwo district of the country. Besigye said he had been invited by district elders to visit an internally displaced people’s camp in the...

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