Monday March 12 2:31 PM ET By CHRIS TOMLINSON, Associated Press Writer KATETE, Uganda (AP) - Scores of would-be voters in southwestern Uganda, the home of President Yoweri Museveni's main challenger, said they were denied the right to vote in Monday's presidential election and claimed Museveni supporters stuffed the ballot boxes.

Hundreds of thousands of Rwandans voted for local officials in nationwide balloting last week, but the election was flawed as many voters had no meaningful choice at the polls, says a rights watchdog.

New Democratic Republic of Congo President Joseph Kabila has called on the UK and Europe to put pressure on Uganda and Rwanda to completely withdraw their forces.

GOMA, Congo (AP) - Pledges from six nations and their rebel allies to pull back forces in war-ruined Congo were put to the test Thursday, with Rwanda the first to say it had started withdrawing from key battle zones. Thursday's U.N.-monitored disengagement deadline is a key test to a long-stalled cease-fire for Congo, which has seen its mineral-rich territory carved up and 2 million of its people sent fleeing by the 2 1/2-year civil war in the heart of Africa.