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Rwanda court upholds election ban on opposition politician Ingabire

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Images show Rwandan opposition politician Victoire Ingabire arriving at the Kigali High Court where she was applying for her civil rights to be restored, including the right to stand as a presidential candidate in the elections on July 15. The court, however, rejected her application. IMAGES

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