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How Museveni, Aliker Got Entangled in America-Libya Politics 1 Top story

Dr. Martin Aliker, a veteran businessman, politician, diplomat and dental practitioner died on Monday. He was 95 and will be buried on Sunday at Aworanga, Gulu, where he was born in 1928. In his long and illustrious career at the intersection of politics and business, Aliker used his strong connections in powerful offices in different countries to position himself as a player in international diplomacy.
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Real Estate Dealers Want More Sensitization On Marriage Registration Robert Kanusu 1

George Mugarukye Biraba, the director of Amity Realtors, emphasized the importance of legalizing marriages to protect property, especially fixed assets. He noted that legalizing marriages can prevent disputes in cases of divorce or the death of a spouse.
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EACOP Affected Persons Struggle To Rebuild Livelihoods Despite Compensation 2 1

Kasimu Katoogo, another affected person, shares similar sentiments, stating that the pipeline crossing through their compound has caused psychological distress to his elderly mother.
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Uganda's Chemical Weapon Compliance Hindered by Coordination, Expertise Gaps 2

Since 1993, Uganda has been a state party to the CWC, committing to implementing measures to prohibit the use, development, production, stockpiling, or transfer of chemical weapons or their precursors, except for specific purposes such as research, medical, or pharmaceutical use.

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Pictorial: National Team Preps For World Cross Country Championships Top story

With a roster boasting over 27 skilled athletes, the team has set up camp at the Trinity Biblical Institute in Kapchorwa.

Business and finance

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World Bank Aims to Connect 300 Million to Electricity by 2030 Energy transition 2 Top story

Connecting 250 million people to electricity would open private sector investment opportunities in distributed renewable energy alone worth $9 billion. For the World Bank Group to connect 250 million people, $30 billion of public sector investment will be needed.
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UCAA Positions Entebbe Airport For 3.5 million Passengers Aviation 3 Top story

During a briefing with journalists, UCAA top management highlighted the progress of developments, which include the commissioning of a new passenger terminal on January 10, 2024, just before hosting two major conferences: the Non-Aligned Movement conference and the Commonwealth Parliamentary Speakers and Presiding Officers conference.
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Co-ops Tipped on Transformation Through Agricultural Tourism cooperative 5 1

Leonard Okello, the Chief Executive Officer at the Institute says this was one of the reasons that they decided on a fully paid trip for the most innovative cooperative society, to one of the top tourism centres in the country.
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EFRIS: Uganda Manufacturer's Association Disagree With Traders 4

UMA Chairman Deo Kayemba says that while the system is vital to ensure proper tax administration, the taxpayers do not understand it.