A photo taken on March 9, 2016 shows shattered glass where the premises of lawyers representing former presidential aspirant, Amama Mbabazi were broken into in the capital, Kampala. / AFP / ISAAC KASAMANI
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Fighting in western Uganda between supporters of rival candidates involved in last month's national and local elections has killed 22 people and wounded 10 others in recent days, police said.Opposition party Forum for Democratic Change accused the government of stoking violence in recent days in the area where opposition candidate Kizza Besigye had a strong showing against veteran leader Yoweri Museveni, who won the disputed Feb. 18 poll.Police said in a statement issued late on Sunday that clashes erupted between supporters of rival candidates after local council elections in the area held on Feb. 24 .
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