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East African Community Budgets At A Glance

East African Community member states on Thursday presented their 2015/ 2016 financial year budgets to the respective Parliaments.
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Uganda to Lead Cancer Treatment Training in East Africa 1

Uganda will receive US$46.5 million to improve the Uganda Cancer Institute (UCI) as part of a regional initiative to reduce the number of patients seeking treatment abroad. The Ugandan government will also invest $31 million in the project with the aim of actualizing the plan to turn Uganda Cancer Institute into a regional center of excellence in cancer treatment.
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EALA MPS Get Pay Rise Amidst EAC $10 Million Budget Cuts

Members of East African Community will have a pay rise with effect from this July as the EAC implements a decision to increase their sitting allowances on top of a salary increase they got last November.
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Pulkol Asks Museveni to Prevail over Kiir southern sudan 2

Pulkol says despite the fact that Uganda had genuine security and economic concerns that led to the deployment of UPDF, it has made a strategic blunder by taking sides in the conflict.
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South Sudan Releases Two Key Prisoners Ahead of IGAD Deadline dr riek machar 2 Top story

Samuel Luate Lominusk, the Republic of South Sudan Ambassador to Uganda says his government released the two leaders as part of the commitment to the resolutions of the Extra-ordinary session of the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD).
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Jomo Kenyatta Airport Resumes Domestic Flights After Fire kenya airways

Kenya Airways says it has resumed domestic operations after containing a huge fire that destroyed the Arrivals Section of Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA). Dr. Titus Naikuni, the Kenya Airways Managing Director, in a press statement late on Wednesday said they will have limited domestic operation with the first flight out of Nairobi to Mombasa departing at 7.00pm.
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Fears of Instability After Meles Zenawi's Death amisom soldiers 3

Political commentators and security experts in the Horn of Africa are scrambling to make sense of the death of Ethiopian leader Meles Zenawi. Zenawi, who ruled Ethiopia for 21 years, was pronounced dead on Monday in Brussels, Belgium where he had been receiving medical treatment.
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EAC ministers meet to consider Sudan's membership

East African Community ministers are meeting Arusha Tanzania to consider the application by Republic of Sudan to join East African Community.
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East African Activists Undecided On Mass Action Over Civil Liberties good governance 3

Pro-democracy activists in East Africa are undecided on whether mass demonstrations should be adopted by discontented citizens to force member states to adhere to good governance and democracy.
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Lawyers want EAC Treaty Reviewed to Provide for political Federation 3

Legal experts are calling for the review of the East African Community Treaty to provide for the establishment of the monetary union and political federation.
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South Sudanese In Uganda Eager To Witness Birth Of Their Nation 4

South Sudanese nationals living in Uganda are excited as many travel to Juba to witness a historic occasion when South Sudan formally becomes a republic.
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Army finally names slain UPDF officers in Somalia

Lt. Colonel Patrick Tibihwa is among the for Ugandan soldiers killed by the al-shabab millitia in Somalia over the weekend.
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