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Uganda Opposition Leader Marks 1 Month Under House Arrest

It has been a month since Ugandan police placed opposition leader Kizza Besigye under house arrest following the February 18 presidential election. Besigye has since been arrested about nine times - whenever he tries to leave his house. The U.S. and European Union have both called for Besigye’s immediate release. But Ugandan police spokesperson Fred Enanga says Besigye is being held lawfully. “You could be aware of the circumstances that led to the police enforcing the preventive...

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