At least one dead in clashes between opposition and police in Uganda
In tonight's rundown: Clashes in Uganda ahead of elections; votes are counted in the Central African Republic; and we take a closer at FIFA presidential candidate Tokyo Sexwale.
Violence and scuffles mark the start of election week in Uganda. At least one person is killed and top opposition leader Kizza Besigye is briefly detained as police clash with his supporters.
Also, after Central African Republic's key presidential run-off on Valentine's Day, ballot counting is under way.
And we hear from Tokyo Sexwale, the man hoping to become FIFA's first African president.
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