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Kampala — Ugandan police used rubber bullets, live rounds and teargas to break up a protest by supporters of opposition presidential candidate Bobi Wine after he was arrested on Tuesday after the filing of his nomination papers, aides and witnesses said.

At least 15 people were injured and 49 arrested in the clash at the home of Wine, 38, also a singer and musician who has parlayed his relative youth and upbringing in an informal settlement into a popular after against 75-year-old President Yoweri Museveni...

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