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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.
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Pictorial: Coronation of Emorimor Paul Sande Emolot

Emolot succeeds Augustine Osuban Lemukol Adugala who passed on in February this year after his reign of 22 years.
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Pictorial: Uganda Police Force Win Inter-Forces Games 2022 in Kasese Police FC

This year’s edition was hosted by Uganda Wildlife Authority-UWA in Mweya, Queen Elizabeth National Park under the theme: “Interforce Collaboration a key to Effective Wildlife Protection”.
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Pictorial: Pilgrims Keep Vigil at Munyonyo Martyrs Shrine Top story

Fireworks were displayed at midnight to usher in Martyrs Day, which is celebrated on June 3rd annually to commemorate the 45 boys and men who were killed on the orders of Kabaka Mwanga between 1885 and 1886.
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Pictorial: The Munyonyo-Kampala Martyrs Walk and Run Top story

On Saturday, Rt. Rev. Robert Muhiirwa, the Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Fort Portal, flagged off the pilgrims from Uganda Martyrs Minor Basilica in Munyonyo. The Minister for Tourism, Wildlife, and Antiquities Tom Butime was among the pilgrims.
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Pictorial: European Union Tourism Retreat Enters Day Two

Tourism is one of Uganda’s top foreign exchange-earners with annual receipts of USD 1.6 billion brought in by 1.8 million tourists according to the Uganda Tourism Board (UTB). Out of the 1.8 million tourists, 1.3 million are foreigners while 500,000 are local tourists.
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Pictorial: Inside Cardinal Wamala’s Memorial Museum Top story

The museum, which is found in Cardinal Wamala’s ancestral home in Kamaggwa village in Kyotera district, will act as a reference center for his contribution to both the Catholic Church and country at large.
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Pictorial: Stray Elephants Wreck Havoc in Muhokya Sub county UWA Top story

The elephants raided Rutooke and Busambu vilages in Muhokya sub county where they destroyed gardens of tomatoes, Cotton, maize, vanilla and banana plantations.
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Pictorial: Rwenzori Art Centre And Sculpture Gallery Changing the Face of Tourism In Kasese Rwenzori Founders

Rwenzori Art Center and Sculpture Gallery is the only dedicated hub for casting sculpture in the Region. Visitors are treated to a stunning display of works cast in the adjacent studios by talented craftsmen
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Pictorial: A Scenic View of Ssezibwa Falls Where Tourists, Traditional Believers Go to Seek Blessings Buganda Kingdom

Legendary tales has it that Ssezibwa was born of a woman called Nakangu Tebatesa, wife of Nsubuga Ssebwato. The mythical around the place is that Nakangu gave birth to two twine rivers of which the older one (Wasswa) was named Ssezibwa and the young one (Kato) named River Mubeya in Nyenga.
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Pictorial: European Union Envoys Visit Kiprotich National High Altitude Training Centre

The Ambassadors kicked off their day with a tour of a demonstration farm of Joel Cherop supported by the Netherlands at Kapenjuria Village in Kapchorwa village. They could later visit the Kiprotich National High Altitude Training Centre at Teryet, Kapchorwa where they toured the facility and engaged with World Cross Country champion Joshua Cheptegei, Olympic marathon champion Stephen Kiprotich, 2019 World Athletics gold medalist Halima Nakayi, middle distance runner Winnie Nanyondo and others.
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Pictorial: Celebrations of the International Civil Aviation Organization-ICAO

Uganda's CAA raised the ICAO flag at the source of river Nile.
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Pictorial; Dancer Takes a Touch of Japan to Karamoja karamoja sub region

The dancer is in the country to draw attention to Japan’s cooperation with Africa ahead of a key August conference on African development in Japan. He has gone through the hillsides of Namalu in Nakapiripirit district, visiting schools and communities, courtesy of the World Food Programme.
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Pictorial: Retracing the Marriage Between Catholicism and Culture

This sort of relationship began as early as 1964 when the African traditional drums from Uganda were admitted for the very first time into the Vatican Church quarters for the canonization of the 45 Uganda Martyrs. Since that time the African drums continue to sound in the confines of the Church vestries as diverse cultural heritage intoxicates the bloodline of religion.
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Pictorial: Gulu Foot Pilgrims Trek to Namugongo gulu archdiocese

The pilgrims started the walk with just their Bibles, Rosary and faith in their hearts determined to arrive at the final resting place of the Uganda Martyrs at Namugongo, located about 332 Kilometers away from their homeland.
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Pictorial: Celebrating Pokot Culture unicef uganda

Pokot Culture Day is used to drum support amongst the locals to abandon the Female Genital Mutilation-FGM, a practice which was outlawed about 10 years ago.
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Pictorial; What Remains of the Ancient Chwezi Dynasty's Capital Top story

The journey to this historical site of Chwezi people is about 50 kilometers from Sembabule district headquarters towards Lwemiyaga County; through the jungle of thorny shrubs leading to what now lies as shrines of the Chwezi gods at a village called Kabeho.
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Pictorial: Climax of Karamoja Cultural Day Top story

The day attracted four ministers including the Esther Mbayo who represented President Museveni, Minister of State for Lands, Persis Namugansa, Minister of Tourism, Godfrey Kiwanda and Ethics Minister, Simon Lokodo- their host.
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Pictorial: Pilgrimage At Wipolo Martyrs Shrine In Agago

Daudi Okello and Jildo Irwa were allegedly speared to death on October 20th 1918 by people believed to have been agents of Arab slave traders for preaching against slavery.
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