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写真 | 2011年 04月 19日 00:55 JST

Protests in Uganda

<p>A policeman arrests a supporter of Uganda's Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) leader Kizza Besigye during a protest in Kireka suburb of the capital Kampala, April 18, 2011. Ugandan opposition leader Besigye was charged in court with engaging in riotous behaviour and inciting violence after he was arrested during protests over rising food and fuel prices. REUTERS/James Akena </p>

A policeman arrests a supporter of Uganda's Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) leader Kizza Besigye during amore

A policeman arrests a supporter of Uganda's Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) leader Kizza Besigye during a protest in Kireka suburb of the capital Kampala, April 18, 2011. Ugandan opposition leader Besigye was charged in court with engaging in riotous behaviour and inciting violence after he was arrested during protests over rising food and fuel prices. REUTERS/James Akena

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<p>A demonstrator uses slingshot during a protest against the arrest of Ugandan opposition leader Kizza Besigye in Kireka suburb of the capital Kampala, April 18, 2011. REUTERS/James Akena </p>

A demonstrator uses slingshot during a protest against the arrest of Ugandan opposition leader Kizza Besigymore

A demonstrator uses slingshot during a protest against the arrest of Ugandan opposition leader Kizza Besigye in Kireka suburb of the capital Kampala, April 18, 2011. REUTERS/James Akena

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<p>Anti-riot and military policemen disperse supporters of Uganda's Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) leader Kizza Besigye during a protest in Kireka suburb of the capital Kampala, April 18, 2011.  REUTERS/Edward Echwalu </p>

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Anti-riot and military policemen disperse supporters of Uganda's Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) leader Kizza Besigye during a protest in Kireka suburb of the capital Kampala, April 18, 2011. REUTERS/Edward Echwalu

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<p>A handicapped demonstrator participates in a protest against the arrest of Ugandan opposition leader Kizza Besigye in Kireka suburb of Uganda's capital Kampala, April 18, 2011. REUTERS/James Akena </p>

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A handicapped demonstrator participates in a protest against the arrest of Ugandan opposition leader Kizza Besigye in Kireka suburb of Uganda's capital Kampala, April 18, 2011. REUTERS/James Akena

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<p>A policeman arrests a supporter of Uganda's Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) leader Kizza Besigye during a protest in Kireka suburb of the capital Kampala, April 18, 2011. REUTERS/Edward Echwalu </p>

A policeman arrests a supporter of Uganda's Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) leader Kizza Besigye during amore

A policeman arrests a supporter of Uganda's Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) leader Kizza Besigye during a protest in Kireka suburb of the capital Kampala, April 18, 2011. REUTERS/Edward Echwalu

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<p>Military policemen arrest a supporter of Uganda's Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) leader Kizza Besigye during a protest in Kireka suburb of the capital Kampala, April 18, 2011.   REUTERS/Edward Echwalu</p>

Military policemen arrest a supporter of Uganda's Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) leader Kizza Besigye dumore

Military policemen arrest a supporter of Uganda's Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) leader Kizza Besigye during a protest in Kireka suburb of the capital Kampala, April 18, 2011. REUTERS/Edward Echwalu

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<p>Military policemen arrest a supporter of Uganda's Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) leader Kizza Besigye during a protest in Kireka suburb of the capital Kampala, April 18, 2011. REUTERS/Edward Echwalu </p>

Military policemen arrest a supporter of Uganda's Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) leader Kizza Besigye dumore

Military policemen arrest a supporter of Uganda's Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) leader Kizza Besigye during a protest in Kireka suburb of the capital Kampala, April 18, 2011. REUTERS/Edward Echwalu

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<p>Ugandan anti-riot policemen stand guard outside Kasangati Police Station where Uganda's Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) leader Kizza Besigye was held after being arrested in Kampala, April 18, 2011.  REUTERS/Edward Echwalu </p>

Ugandan anti-riot policemen stand guard outside Kasangati Police Station where Uganda's Forum for Democratimore

Ugandan anti-riot policemen stand guard outside Kasangati Police Station where Uganda's Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) leader Kizza Besigye was held after being arrested in Kampala, April 18, 2011. REUTERS/Edward Echwalu

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<p>Uganda's Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) leader Kizza Besigye (C) argues with police before his arrest at the Kasangati suburb of the capital Kampala, April 18, 2011. REUTERS/James Akena</p>

Uganda's Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) leader Kizza Besigye (C) argues with police before his arrest atmore

Uganda's Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) leader Kizza Besigye (C) argues with police before his arrest at the Kasangati suburb of the capital Kampala, April 18, 2011. REUTERS/James Akena

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<p>Ugandan security agents arrest Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) leader Kizza Besigye (C) at the Kasangati suburb of the capital Kampala, April 18, 2011.  REUTERS/James Akena </p>

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Ugandan security agents arrest Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) leader Kizza Besigye (C) at the Kasangati suburb of the capital Kampala, April 18, 2011. REUTERS/James Akena

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<p>Uganda's security agents scuffle with Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) leader Kizza Besigye (C) at the Kasangati suburb of the capital Kampala, April 18, 2011. REUTERS/James Akena </p>

Uganda's security agents scuffle with Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) leader Kizza Besigye (C) at the Kasmore

Uganda's security agents scuffle with Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) leader Kizza Besigye (C) at the Kasangati suburb of the capital Kampala, April 18, 2011. REUTERS/James Akena

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<p>Uganda's Forum for Democratic Change leader Kizza Besigye sits on the back of a police pick-up truck after he was arrested at Kasangati suburb of the capital Kampala, April 18, 2011. REUTERS/James Akena </p>

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Uganda's Forum for Democratic Change leader Kizza Besigye sits on the back of a police pick-up truck after he was arrested at Kasangati suburb of the capital Kampala, April 18, 2011. REUTERS/James Akena

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