Uganda opposition leader taken into police custody

Kizza Besigye, Uganda's main opposition leader, has been taken into police custody in KampalaUganda’s main opposition leader was taken by police on Monday to a city police station from his home where he has been under house arrest since Friday. Kizza Besigye has rejected the results of Thursday’s election won by veteran President Yoweri Museveni, and called on his supporters to join a protest march on Monday. Official results gave Museveni 60 percent of the vote against 35 percent for Besigye, who was arrested three times before, during and after the election.

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