Young voters wary of Uganda's presidential election - Financial Times

When Ugandans elect their president on Thursday, Yoweri Museveni will face the toughest electoral test in his 30 years in power — from young voters fearful for their future. Sample the FT's top stories for a week. You select the topic, we deliver the ...

Uganda election: On patrol with the 'preventers' - but just what are these unpaid vigilantes for? - The Independent

21-Kizza-Besigye-PA.jpg Presidential candidate Kizza Besigye, centre, is held by riot police after attempting to walk with his supporters along a street in Kampala yesterday. The rally was tear-gassed and Mr Besigye arrested PA. Every evening, Charles ...

Ugandan police clash with opposition as presidential poll nears - Reuters

Uganda riot policemen pass by an injured protester during clashes in Kampala, Uganda February 15, 2016. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic. 1/10. left. right. A journalist runs in front of riot police in Kampala, Uganda February 15, 2016. REUTERS/Goran ...

Ugandan Police Detain, Then Release Opposition Leader Besigye - Voice of America

Ugandan police detained opposition candidate Kizza Besigye in the capital Kampala Monday as he campaigned for the country's presidential election this week. Witnesses said police fired tear gas after Besigye was stopped at a junction and told to get ...