This picture taken on December 30, 2013 shows Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni speaking to press in Juba, in South Sudan. AFP PHOTO / WAAKHE SIMON
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Uganda's former prime minister, one of the frontrunners in a presidential election next month, has accused incumbent President Yoweri Museveni of using killings and torture to curb support for the opposition.Museveni, 71, has ruled Uganda, a prospective crude oil producer and Africa's largest coffee exporter, for nearly 30 years and is seeking another five-year term.Mbabazi and long-time opposition figure Kizza Besigye have emerged as the only significant opponents to Museveni among the eight candidates.Aine disappeared in mid December shortly after police said he was wanted for questioning in regard to allegations of leading a mob that assaulted supporters of Museveni earlier in the month.
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