Uganda detains opposition leader again

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KAMPALA, April 21 (Reuters) - Ugandan security forces detained opposition leader Kizza Besigye on Thursday and fired tear gas to disperse hundreds of his supporters marching beside his car as he drove to work, a Reuters witness said. Besigye was charged earlier this week with inciting violence in protests over price rises and released on bail. (Reporting by James Akenna and Barry Malone; Editing by Richard Lough and Peter Graff)

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