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Opposition: Uganda Police Use Teargas, Live Rounds to Disperse Meeting

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Police in Uganda used teargas and live rounds to disperse opposition supporters on Monday, an opposition aide said. The clash occurred in the southwestern of town of Rukungiri, home to the country's main opposition figure, Kizza Besigye, a veteran rival to President Yoweri Museveni. A police spokesman said "necessary" force was used in the incident in which 15 people were arrested. Pictures and footage posted on social media by Ronald Muhinda, an aide to Besigye,...

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