Uganda’s opposition leader Kizza Besigye arrives at a polling station to vote in his home town of Rukungiri, some 400 kilometers west of the capital Kampala on February 18, 2016. / AFP / STRINGER
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Ugandan police Wednesday reported a break-in at two offices of lawyers representing a Ugandan presidential candidate who had challenged winner Yoweri Museveni in court.The candidate, ex-prime minister Amama Mbabazi, accused police of involvement in the burglary, during which computers and files were reportedly taken.Museveni swept to his fifth election victory last month with 61 percent of the vote.Mbabazi, a former close ally of Museveni, accused the police of involvement.
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