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07:53
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Two Journalists File Assault, Damage Claims Against Kyagulanyi’s Bodyguards Bobi Wine 1 2 Top story

Zainabu Namusaazi, a reporter for Next Media Group, and Margret Kayondo, a correspondent for Radio Ssimba, have accused Kyagulanyi’s bodyguards of physically assaulting them and damaging their equipment while they were on duty in Mmanja village, Kiwangala sub-county, Lwengo district, on Saturday.
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Museveni Appoints New Commander for Operations Against ADF Rebels Yoweri Museveni

Col Deo Akiiki Asiimwe, the deputy Defence Public Information Officer (DPIO), confirmed the appointments, congratulating both generals on their new roles and wishing them success.
07:49
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Ugandans in Diaspora Selling Passports to Strangers-Internal Affairs Spokesperson South Africa 1 Top story

“Ugandans losing passports must return. The passports were being sold to fraudsters and they were used in crime. In some of these countries differentiating Africans would be difficult. They would sell at USD5000. It was easy for them to get these passports. Working with these foreign governments, we resolved that anybody who claims he has lost a passport must return home so that thorough investigations are done,” Mundeyi said.
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How Museveni, Aliker Got Entangled in America-Libya Politics United States 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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Ugandan From UK Evicts Own Children After Return United Kingdom 1 1

Omona's Wife Jessica Acan, says her husband had returned home with people he called developers and ordered them to vacate the land to pave way for his developments
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COVID-19; Watoto Children's Choir Under Quarantine coronavirus 1 Top story

The choir raises awareness about the work of Watoto Church globally and also offers leadership training for children. The team returned to Uganda on March 20, 2020 and have since then been and institutional quarantine at Entebbe.
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Tourism Paying Price for Coronavirus Outbreak United Kingdom 1 3 Top story

“Even someone who had planned to come say in November it might be very hard to do so because their economies have been largely affected. What this means is that things of tourism become secondary to them. The priority shifts to survival other than leisure,” Hangi said.
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Uganda Spends UGX 200m on Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Qualifiers United Kingdom 4

The committee had initially drawn a budget of 1.8 billion Shillings for training and participation of 54 athletes in athletics, badminton, power lifting and golf with the hope of qualifying for the Tokyo games due to take place between August 25 and September 6.
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Eleven Archbishops to Attend Kazimba’s Enthronement Anglican Church 1 1

Rev. Canon Alison Barfoot, the Assistant to the Archbishop for International Relations at the Church of Uganda Province told URN that 30 other Bishops from the United States of America, United Kingdom, Australia, Brazil, South Sudan, Sudan, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Congo, Burundi, and South Africa, are also expected to attend.
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Research: Ugandan Officials Might Have Hidden UGX 267bn Aid Money World Bank 1 Top story

In East Africa, Tanzania was also studied and researchers found at least $145m had been hidden by its elites. Researchers concluded that this was because politicians, elites and their cronies got access to aid money and instead of using it to work on projects that developed their countries, they hid it away for personal use.
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Locusts Invasion: Public Health Specialists Weigh in On Impact of Chemicals district 4 7

Arnold Waiswa Ayazika, the NEMA director, Environmental Monitoring and Compliance says beyond the suppressing of the locusts, NEMA is interested in monitoring the potential impact of chemicals on water sources, food crops and or any other non-target organisms.
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Parliament Asks Gov't to Issue Travel Advisory to Ugandans Over Rwanda Relationship Rebecca Kadaga 1 4 Top story

Mugume said that it was disappointing that the Uganda-Rwanda boarder remains closed something that has grossly affected Ugandan traders.
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Netherlands Hands Over UPDF Legal Training Centre Uganda 1 2 Top story

The MOU signed in 2015 with UPDF involved offering undisclosed amounts of financial aid to boost the construction of the Jinja based UPDF LTC which would in turn offer legal courses to AMISOM troop contributing countries.
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East African Countries Asked to Prioritize Chemical Weapon Trainings Uganda 4 1

Ebitu further says that various chemicals should be assessed by responsible authorities so as to assess their reaction to the population.
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Accurate Marine Weather Forecast Excites Fishermen lake victoria 5 1 Top story

Festus Luboyera, the Executive Director Uganda National Meteorological Authority (UNMA), the implementing agency of the Highway Project, says at least 2,000 people are killed by bad weather on the Ugandan side of Lake Victoria annually.
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Police Handwriting Expert Testifies in Mak Gold Case Makerere University 6 1

Appearing before Beatrice Kainza, the City Hall Grade One Magistrate on Tuesday, Chelangat, who is also the last state witness said she had found significant similarities in the signatures on documents the accused used for receipting the money and their statements.
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Parents Don’t Have Time for Us –Children Speak Out Jinja 4 8

Bruno Muwuluzi, a student from Uplands High School, said that some of their colleagues on streets come from poverty stricken families and distant areas where they are offered to buyers by their parents under the pretext of finding jobs for them.
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