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Dr. Kizza Besigye arrested again for protesting sky-rocketing commodity prices

Former Presidential Candidate Col. Dr Kizza Besigye has been arrested by police and UPDF’s Military in downtown Kampala for protesting
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Just In: Prominent Journalist Alex Ndawula Is Dead

Former Capital radio presenter Alex Nduwula has passed on at 59 years.  Ndawula, who ran the popular music shows ‘Dance
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NATO Condemns Russia’s Reckless Attack On Ukraine

NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg on Thursday denounced Russia’s “reckless and unprovoked attack” on Ukraine, warning it of putting “countless” lives
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Afghanistan Collapse: Inside Biden’s Defiant Response To Taliban Takeover

President Joe Biden on Monday afternoon defended his decision to pull U.S. troops out of Afghanistan, his first remarks since the Taliban
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US President Joe Biden to give speech on ‘botched exit’ from Afghanistan

President Joe Biden will address the crisis in Afghanistan from the White House on Monday afternoon, as he faces mounting questions about his administration’s
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Zambia opposition leader Hichilema wins presidential elections with landslide victory

Opposition leader Hakainde Hichilema secured a stunning landslide victory over incumbent Edgar Lungu in Zambia’s presidential election, results showed on
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Four Rwandese Spies Arrested In Uganda

Despite Uganda’s cooperation in the ongoing efforts to restore relations with Rwanda, the Kigali administration seems not to have relented
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Tragedy: Two Brothers Killed By Police For Violating Curfew Time

A funeral was held in Kenya on Friday for two brothers who died after allegedly breaking a COVID-19 curfew. Family
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Opinion: What Presidential Contenders In Kenya Should Consider To Win

By Luzindana Adam Buyinza Team Leader Money, Tribes, Dynasties, and the Deep State are key in determining the President of
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Covid-19 Origins: WHO Scientist Puts Covid-19 Lab Leak Theory Under Spotlight Again

The Head of World Health Organisation (WHO) mission probing pandemic origins says the coronavirus may have started with a Wuhan
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ICC To Set Up Office In Sudan Ahead Of Omar al-Bashir Trials

The International Criminal Court (ICC) in the Hague will establish an office with a permanent team in Sudan to investigate the cases
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34 Soldiers Killed In Deadly Attacks As Machar, Rivals Declare Ceasefire

Rival factions of the SPLA-In Opposition have agreed to a ceasefire following weekend deadly fighting that led to the death
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Minister On Spot For Beating His Wife To Pulp

South Sudanese women activists on Monday petitioned President Salva Kiir to immediately dismiss the national minister of humanitarian affairs, Peter
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