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Kizza Besigye, a Ugandan opposition leader with the Forum for Democratic Change, gestures the party sign before being arrested Wednesday for holding a rally in the capital city Kampala. (Associated Press)

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Associated Press photographs Ugandans march in Kampala in an April 21 demonstration sparked by the arrest of opposition leader Kizza Besigye.

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Three-time Ugandan presidential candidate Kizza Besigye leaves Chief Magistrates Court in Nakasongola, Uganda, on Wednesday upon being granted bail.

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Yoweri Museveni (Associated Press)

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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)

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Kizza Besigye, leader of the opposition Forum for Democratic Change, displays pre-marked ballots during a news conference Saturday. He was Mr. Museveni's closest rival, winning about 22 percent of the votes. (Associated Press)

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A supporter of opposition leader Kizza Besigye displays his poster during a protest in the city of Kampala, Uganda, on Sunday. Uganda's longtime president has won another term, the country's election commission said Sunday, but the top opposition leader alleged the election was fraudulent and vowed to reject the results. (Associated Press)

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A supporter of Ugandan opposition leader Kizza Besigye holds a poster with his likeness as demonstrators stage a protest in Kampala, Uganda, the nation's capital, on Sunday, Feb. 20, 2011. The Electoral Commission on Sunday said President Yoweri Museveni had won 68 percent of votes in Friday's poll, allowing him to extend his 25-year hold on power, but Mr. Besigye alleged fraud and vowed to reject the results. (AP Photo/Michele Sibiloni)