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Voters in the Munyonyo area of the Ugandan capital Kampala said they were not given presidential ballots in the Feb. 18 election - just ballots for parliamentary elections. That, combined with the late arrival of the ballots, sparked a protest that ended with police firing tear gas at demonstrators.
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Police in Kampala leave a polling place with empty ballot boxes, spilling many boxes onto the road as they hastily departed. E. Paulat/VOA
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Police in Kampala leave a polling place with empty ballot boxes, spilling many boxes onto the road as they hastily departed. E. Paulat/VOA

Angry voters in Kampala who say they were denied their ballots march on the police line with a Kizza Besigye poster.
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Angry voters in Kampala who say they were denied their ballots march on the police line with a Kizza Besigye poster.

Two police officers in riot gear talk as the line of angry voters in Kampala advances. E. Paulat/VOA
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Two police officers in riot gear talk as the line of angry voters in Kampala advances. E. Paulat/VOA

Military police arrived on the scene not long after to secure the area. E. Paulat/VOA
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Military police arrived on the scene not long after to secure the area. E. Paulat/VOA

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