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Woman Arrested for Child Theft in Abim

26 Jan 2020 · Residents say that Acan abandoned her marital home in Alerek after stealing the baby and moved to her aunt’s home in Angwe when people became suspicious because she has not been pregnant nor has she given birth to a baby in her seven-year marriage.

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Woman Arrested for Child Theft in Abim Police 1 1

Residents say that Acan abandoned her marital home in Alerek after stealing the baby and moved to her aunt’s home in Angwe when people became suspicious because she has not been pregnant nor has she given birth to a baby in her seven-year marriage.
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NRM Liberation Day Celebrations Underway in Ibanda District Rebecca Kadaga 2 2

It has attracted thousands of NRM supporters from all walks of life. Students, farmers, politicians, and members of the business community started converging at the venue as early as 7 a.m. As celebrations went on inside the ground, hundreds remained stuck in slow-moving lines, to go through the mandatory security checks.
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Gulu Road Users Still Ignorant of Zebra Crossing Rules Gulu town 4 1

Under the law, drivers are required to look out for pedestrians waiting to cross and be ready to slow down or stop to let them cross. However, the highway code legally bounds drivers to stop only if a pedestrian has stepped onto the crossing. The code also bars drivers from overtaking on or near a zebra crossing as well as parking vehicles within five meters of the crossing.
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Courts Incapable of Enforcing Human Rights –Law Don corruption 4 4

According to Dr Tusasirwe, the courts were initially not designed as rights enforcement mechanisms but as instruments of law and order and regulation of transactions such as business, land and marriage among others. He argues that in their current state, courts look at enforcement of rights as a secondary role.
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Masaka Veterans Excited Ahead of Somalia Mission 3

The army is recalling about 2,700 veterans to back-up the soldiers deployed on an African Union Peacekeeping Mission in Somalia. The mobilized veterans will form Uganda Battle Group 31 and 32 to augment UPDF operations under the mission.
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Suicides On the Rise Among S. Sudanese Refugees in Uganda – UNHCR

Many of them have witnessed or experienced attacks, gender-based violence, sexual abuse, and torture either at home or during their escape. They are depressed, and surrounded by misery, agony, anger extreme poverty and lack of meaningful life after decades of brutal wars, multiple displacements, epidemics, deprivation and generations of untreated trauma.”
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Ugandan Activist Accuses Media of Racism After She is Cropped Out of Picture 2

The photo, where Vanessa Nakate stood with other prominent climate activists Greta Thunberg, Luisa Neubauer, Loukina Tille, and Isabelle Axelsson was distributed when she was cut out. They were attending the annual World Economic Forum.