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Nov 2021 8 results
19:55
19:55

Pictorial: Bomb Blasts at CPS, Parliamentary Avenue Top story

One of the bombs went off at the Central Police Station-CPS, Kampala along Buganda Road while the second went off at Raja Chambers and Jubilee Insurance Building along Parliamentary Avenue.
18:53
18:53

Over 3,000 Teenage Girls Impregnated In Agago In One Year 3 1

Paska Adong, the Agago Senior Community Development Officer and Gender Focal Person attributes the growing trend of teenage pregnancy to limited parental care among families.
15:18
15:18

Shoddy Road Works Angers Amudat Residents

Last year, Cube Root Limited was contracted to rehabilitate two community roads at 1.9 Billion Shillings. However, the road works are yet to be completed despite the district paying two installments to the contractor.
14:52
14:52

Lira University Launches Sexual Reproductive Health Project Family planning 3 4

Anna Grace Auma, the project coordinator and a lecturer at Lira University explains that pre-service training will not only help in equipping doctors and midwives but also cut the cost of in-service training which has been high and time consuming.
13:15
13:15

How November Protests and Subsequent Abductions Ruined Four Young Men's Lives 1 4

As Uganda marks the first anniversary of the November 18th protests triggered by arrest of Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine during campaign season that resulted scores of deaths and hundreds of abductions, URN interviewed for young men on how the abduction and arrests impacted them.
11:20
11:20

Four Suspects Escape from Police Cells in Nakapiripirit

Michael Longole, the Karamoja Region Police Spokesperson, says that a team of Regional Crime Intelligence Officers has been dispatched to Namalu police station to establish how the suspects escaped from custody.
07:40
07:40

Rival Clans Sign Agreement On Cessation Of Hostilities Over Contested Land 3

Kidega says the agreement stems from violent clashes between the two clans that occurred last week where at least 5 people were critically injured, over 20 huts set ablaze and unspecified household property destroyed and stolen.
06:58
06:58

Obongi Flood Victims Cry Out to Gov't for Help 2 Years After Disaster 2 3 Top story

According to the locals, their pleas for help from the government have not yielded any results leaving them to struggle on their own for survival.
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