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Ugandan elections: what you need to know - The Guardian;

Ugandan elections: what you need to know - The Guardian

The GuardianUgandan elections: what you need to knowThe GuardianThe people of Uganda prepare to vote on Thursday, but could either of the leading opposition candidates end President Yoweri Museveni's 30-year rule? Supporters of opposition presidential candidate Kizza Besigye gather during a political rally in ...and more »

Ruling party campaign sets stage for victory in Uganda - Gulf Digital News;

Ruling party campaign sets stage for victory in Uganda - Gulf Digital News

Gulf Digital NewsRuling party campaign sets stage for victory in UgandaGulf Digital NewsKampala: Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni's success in Thursday's election is widely predicted, but the violence in pursuit of victory that characterised previous polls has scarcely been seen. After three decades in office, Museveni and his National ...and more »

Key facts about Uganda, a major regional player - New Vision;

Key facts about Uganda, a major regional player - New Vision

New VisionKey facts about Uganda, a major regional playerNew VisionUPDF officers at Entebbe Airforce base salute fallen Uganda army solidiers who were killed by Al-Shabab militants while on duty under AMISOM last year. Uganda, which holds presidential elections on February 18, plays a key role in East Africa as a ...and more »

Uganda's Museveni looks to a fourth decade in power - Times LIVE;

Uganda's Museveni looks to a fourth decade in power - Times LIVE

Times LIVEUganda's Museveni looks to a fourth decade in powerTimes LIVEUgandan President Yoweri Museveni once said leaders who "overstayed" in power were the root of Africa's problems, but 30 years later he is aiming for a fifth term. Save & Share. Email · Print. Related News. One killed in Uganda election campaign ...and more »

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

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

Financial TimesYoung voters wary of Uganda's presidential electionFinancial TimesWhen 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 ...and more »

Yoweri Museveni eyes 5th term as Uganda gets ready to vote - Zee News;

Yoweri Museveni eyes 5th term as Uganda gets ready to vote - Zee News

Zee NewsYoweri Museveni eyes 5th term as Uganda gets ready to voteZee NewsMost Ugandan voters have never know any leader but Museveni: the country`s median age is less than 16, while its president is at least 71. . AFP| Last Updated: Tuesday, February 16, 2016 - 10:27. Comment. 0. Comment. Yoweri Museveni eyes 5th term as ...and more »

Uganda's Museveni looks to fourth decade in power - Inquirer.net;

Uganda's Museveni looks to fourth decade in power - Inquirer.net

Inquirer.netUganda's Museveni looks to fourth decade in powerInquirer.netIn this September 28, 2016 file photo, Uganda's President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni speaks during the 70th session of the United Nations General Assembly at U.N. headquarters. Uganda's long-time president is attending a televised debate Saturday Feb.and more »

Police chart out Besigye's last campaign route - New Vision;

Police chart out Besigye's last campaign route - New Vision

New VisionPolice chart out Besigye's last campaign routeNew VisionRtd. Col Kizza Besigye waves to people in Muyenga as he campaigned in Makindye Division, Kampala District on Wed 10 Feb 2016. By Godfrey Kimono. The Police have issued a press release detailing out Forum for Democratic Change President Kizza ...and more »

Uganda: Main opposition leader laments lack of democracy - The Patriotic Vanguard;

Uganda: Main opposition leader laments lack of democracy - The Patriotic Vanguard

The Patriotic VanguardUganda: Main opposition leader laments lack of democracyThe Patriotic VanguardUganda politician Kizza Besigye (photo-Al jazeera) is a man that has seen it all when it comes to political harassment and persecution. As recently as Monday February 15 he was arrested TWICE in Kampala, the country's capital, as he tried to move from ...and more »

Blood flows as battles rage on Kampala streets - Times LIVE;

Blood flows as battles rage on Kampala streets - Times LIVE

Times LIVEBlood flows as battles rage on Kampala streetsTimes LIVEUgandan police fought running battles with supporters of opposition leader Kizza Besigye in the capital, Kampala, in the worst outbreak of vio-lence yet during campaigning for Thursday's presidential election.and more »

Kizza Besigye arrested two days to poll - The Standard Digital News (satire) (press release) (registration) (blog);

Kizza Besigye arrested two days to poll - The Standard Digital News (satire) (press release) (registration) (blog)

The Standard Digital News (satire) (press release) (registration) (blog)Kizza Besigye arrested two days to pollThe Standard Digital News (satire) (press release) (registration) (blog)A Ugandan opposition leader running for president was arrested yesterday while campaigning in the capital. The move has raised tensions ahead of elections widely seen as close. Kizza Besigye was arrested yesterday afternoon in Kampala, where he is ...and more »

Ugandan Opposition Rally Ends in Tear Gas and the Candidate Being Towed Away - VICE News;

Ugandan Opposition Rally Ends in Tear Gas and the Candidate Being Towed Away - VICE News

VICE NewsUgandan Opposition Rally Ends in Tear Gas and the Candidate Being Towed AwayVICE NewsIt's a cat and mouse game they have played for a long time, and Dr. Kizza Besigye — the main opposition candidate in Uganda's presidential election on Thursday — knows the rules by heart. On Monday morning, Besigye reportedly took the wrong road to ...and more »

Ugandan police clash with opposition supporters ahead of elections - Al Jazeera America;

Ugandan police clash with opposition supporters ahead of elections - Al Jazeera America

Al Jazeera AmericaUgandan police clash with opposition supporters ahead of electionsAl Jazeera AmericaUgandan police fired tear gas and rubber bullets to break up a crowd of opposition supporters and briefly arrested a leading opposition candidate on Monday, raising tensions ahead of presidential elections widely seen as close. Ambulances carried the ...and more »

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

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

The IndependentUganda election: On patrol with the 'preventers' - but just what are these unpaid vigilantes for?The Independent21-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 ...and more »

Police Clash With Protesters Following Arrest Of Ugandan Opposition Leader - SaharaReporters.com

Police Clash With Protesters Following Arrest Of Ugandan Opposition LeaderSaharaReporters.comThe Ugandan opposition leader and presidential candidate, Kizza Besigye, has been released from police custody today after being arrested days before the East African nation heads to polls to vote for the country's leadership.and more »

One killed as Uganda opposition and police clash ahead of polls - Daily Mail;

One killed as Uganda opposition and police clash ahead of polls - Daily Mail

Daily MailOne killed as Uganda opposition and police clash ahead of pollsDaily MailAt least one person was killed Monday as Ugandan police fought running battles with opposition supporters, firing tear gas and briefly detaining a top presidential challenger days ahead of polls to elect the head of state. Kizza Besigye, a three-time ...and more »

Ugandan police clash with opposition as presidential poll nears - Reuters;

Ugandan police clash with opposition as presidential poll nears - Reuters

ReutersUgandan police clash with opposition as presidential poll nearsReutersUganda 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 ...and more »

One killed in Uganda election campaign violence: police - Times LIVE;

One killed in Uganda election campaign violence: police - Times LIVE

Times LIVEOne killed in Uganda election campaign violence: policeTimes LIVEAt least one person was killed in Uganda on Monday as police and opposition supporters clashed in the capital days ahead of presidential polls, police said. Save & Share. Email · Print. Related News. "Police can confirm one person died during the ...and more »

One killed in Kampala poll chaos; Museveni blames arrested Besigye for breaking law - The Star, Kenya;

One killed in Kampala poll chaos; Museveni blames arrested Besigye for breaking law - The Star, Kenya

The Star, KenyaOne killed in Kampala poll chaos; Museveni blames arrested Besigye for breaking lawThe Star, KenyaAnti-Riot Police evacuates a policewoman injured during a scuffle at Wandegeya in Kampala, February 15, 2016. Photo/Kennedy Oryema/New Vision. Facebook · Twitter · Google+ · WhatsApp · Email. Kampala police spokesman Patrick Onyango has ...and more »

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

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

Voice of AmericaUgandan Police Detain, Then Release Opposition Leader BesigyeVoice of AmericaUgandan 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 ...and more »