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18:52
18:52

Detention of Dominic Ongwen's Lead Lawyer Will Not Affect Trial-ICC 1

Krispus Ayena Odongo, the Lead Lawyer in the defence team representing Dominic Ongwen was arrested and jailed in Lira district over a civil suit arising from 2016 election disputes with Retired Colonel Charles Okello Engola, the State Minister for Defense and General Duties.
18:37
18:37

Attorney General Wants Succession Bill Shelved 5 2

The Bill among other things seeks to amend the Succession Act, 1906 to conform to the Constitution of Uganda for gender equality and also repeal unconstitutional provisions, to eliminate discrimination regarding customary heirs and heiresses and to protect principal residential property of the surviving spouse.
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16:45

Global Gains in Fight Against HIV Decline Amid Funding Cuts Global Fund 1 3 Top story

The report; Communities at the Centre, shows a mixed picture arising from a widening gap between the resources needed and those available to manage the disease, as donors provide less funding, and domestic investments grow too slowly to compensate for inflation. For the first time, the global resources available for the AIDS response declined significantly, by nearly USD 1 billion.
14:59
14:59

Hunger Drives over 900 S. Sudan Refugees into Lamwo 1

Kamuze says that the majority of the refugees are fleeing biting hunger coupled with poverty and insecurity from Imatong state while others are seeking for better social services in Uganda. He says 60 per cent of the refugees are women and seemingly malnourished children.
14:36
14:36

Danish Embassy Boosts Access to Justice Project in Northern Uganda 2 1

Maria Kamara Mabinti, the ICC Outreach Officer for Uganda says that the Access to Justice Project has been extended for another two years to ensure that the communities understand and be part of the court proceedings against Dominic Ongwen at The Hague.
13:34
13:34

Judge Decries High Defilement Rate in Kasese

Justice Musene is in Kasese for two weeks to preside over forty-two capital offences committed within the district. Out of the forty-two offences, twenty-four are aggravated defilement, three are rape while the rest are murder and aggravated robbery.
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