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Ugandan military police arrest a demonstrator during Monday's "walk to work" protest against the high cost of fuel and food in Kampala. The same day, police arrested Kizza Besigye, the country's top opposition leader, for the third time in a week. Mr. Besigye and about a dozen members of parliament were arrested while they were trying to walk to work. (Associated Press)

Ugandan military police arrest a demonstrator during Monday's "walk to work" protest against the high cost of fuel and food in Kampala. The same day, police arrested Kizza Besigye, the country's top opposition leader, for the third time in a week. Mr. Besigye and about a dozen members of parliament were arrested while they were trying to walk to work. (Associated Press)

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