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12:10
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We Can't Backtrack on Internship Fee - Kyambogo VC police 4 1 Top story

The Kyambogo University Chancellor, Prof. Elly Rwakishaya Katunguka, says they will not bow down to students pressure to reverse the new internship fees. He explains that the new fee that will apply to fresh students was occasioned by the increasing cost of student supervision.
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ICC: Attacks Mean We Are on the Right Track to Justice court 1

He says since other countries are trying to withdraw, they are building momentum and calling on other party states to stand up.
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Police Ignored Complaints of Death Threats From Kirumira investigation 1 Top story

Kirumira filed a complaint on February 28th, 2018 claiming that unidentified people had trailed him with numberless motorcycles for a couple of days and expressed fear for his life.
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Mityana Leaders Blame Massive Land Evictions on Impunity people 4 1 Top story

Speaking during the meeting, Joseph Luzige, the Mityana District LC V Chairperson, noted with concern the invisible hand of power brokers in the brutal evictions. According to Luzige, the brutal evictions are instigated by people who use their connections to bully people off their land.
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Women4Uganda Activists Pray For Peace municipality 4 1

Dr. Thelma Awori, one of the organisers of the prayers says they decided to turn to God in prayer because they are tired of being killed and raped.
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Arua Municipality: NRM Members Scared for Their Safety people 1 3 Top story

Joyce Lekuru, the Arua District NRM Vice Chairperson, said it has become difficult for their members to identify with their party colors.
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Chairperson Detained for Demolishing Resident's Home police 1

Nabbafa reportedly incited residents to demolish a house belonging to Bernard Ssempijja and uproot his crop garden over the weekend accusing him of practicing witchcraft.
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Police Arrest Besigye city 1 Top story

The arrest of Besigye followed the deployment of several officers outside this home and those of other opposition politicians like City Lord Mayor, Erias Lukwago and Ingrid Turinawe, the FDC Women League Chairperson.
07:48
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Free Bobi Wine Protest Suspects Charged with Inciting Violence kampala 1

The suspects include mechanics, vendors and small business operators from Kisekka, Nasser Road, Nakasero Market and Katwe. Only 33 out of the 50 suspects who were locked up at CPS are on the charge sheet.
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Heavy Deployment Maintained in Kampala, 72 People Held arrest 2

The suspects were arrested as police dispersed protesters from areas of Kisekka Market, Kampala Road, Nasser Road, Old Kampala, Ndeeba, Kyebando and Katwe among many others.
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UPDF Doctors Will Treat Bobi Wine in Makindye -Karemire election 1 2

The Uganda Peoples Defense Forces UPDF has said it will treat ailing Kyadondo East MP Kyagulanyi Ssentamu from within the Military facility unless doctors recommend otherwise.
07:53
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Ugandan Diaspora Demand Release of Arrested MPs president 1

United under the Common League of the Ugandan Diaspora CLOUD, the group is calling for the unconditional release of Kyadondo East MP Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu, Mityana Municipality MP Francis Zaake, Ntungamo Municipality MP Gerald Karuhanga, Jinja East MP Paul Mwiru, Arua MP Elect Kassiano Wadri and former Makindye East MP Micheal Mabikke.
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Speaker Adjourns House Over Missing MPs people 3

The Kapelabyong MP, Julius Ochen told the house that several pictures are doing rounds on social media showing the Mityana Municipality MP, Francis Zzake with wounds on his body, which they cant ignore.
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Kabale Assistant Records Officer Interdicted accusation 1

In the letter, a copy of which URN has seen, Ntimba, says Monday has been interdicted from duty for failure to comply with section F-S of the Uganda Public Service Standing Orders 2010 thus leading public service into disrepute.
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Sexual Harassment, Unemployment Dominate National Youth Parliament job 3 1

According to the youths, the levels of sexual harassment, and unemployment levels in the country continue to worry. They cited job seekers who are sexually harassed and students being abused by those in authority.
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Eastern Uganda Most Violent Region Against Children-Report people 1 3

At least 33.9 percent of the children in Eastern Uganda face sexual forms of violence followed by 30.4 percent in Central and 21.8 percent in Northern Uganda. Sexual violence in the Western region stands at 20.2 percent on average.
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Education Ministry to Enforce Teacher's Code to Reduce Sexual Violence in Schools child

According to the Uganda Violence against Children Survey report, schools were one of the areas where children are abused. The report shows that more than 20 percent of all forms of sexual violence that involve children take place at school.
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Unknown Assailant Mutilates Bududa Woman village 1

Seera told our reporter on her sick bed at Bududa hospital that unidentified man attacked her at around 9pm on Monday night as she was heading to the neighboring Nabutsiba village in Bumwalukani parish in Bulucheke Sub County.
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EC Cancels Polls in 633 villages area 1 1

The Electoral Commission notes that elections had to be called off in some electoral areas mainly because unregistered residents disrupted the exercise when they were turned away. Available data from the field indicates that elections were not held in about 633 electoral areas, the statement reads in part.
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Mukono DP Reunion On-Mao police 1 Top story

According to Mao, it was the unanimous decision of the party leadership and Mukono District DP executive that the reunion proceeds as planned. He says the party has supported Nambooze since her arrest and continues to fight for her rights.
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