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Activists Sue Police, Attorney General For Torture STOP EACOP 5 1 Top story

The alleged actions of police include beating, detention without out trial beyond 48 hours, and violation of their rights like freedoms of assembly, speech, expression and movement.
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Karamojong Children Settle in Matany Streets after Kampala Closing Its Doors child trafficking 1

Robert Abia Owilli, the Napak Deputy Chief Administrative Officer, noted that in traditional African society, children were considered the responsibility of the entire community. However, this trend has changed, negatively impacting the children. He highlighted that high illiteracy levels and negative attitudes towards education have encouraged street life among children.
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Masaka Bishop Calls For Concerted Support For Refugee Communities 1 3

Bishop Jjumba made the appeal on Sunday while celebrating mass to commemorate the 102nd anniversary of the existence of St Henry’s College Kitovu, one of the traditional boys' Secondary Schools in the country, which is operating in Masaka City.
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Religious Leaders Faulted For Sabotaging Anti- Teenage Pregnancy Campaigns. 3 3

Ms. Florence Tumuheirwe, the Executive Director of Kigezi Women in Development-KWID said that Human rights activists had received threats from members of the public, including religious leaders, because of advocating for sexuality education and use of family planning methods as means to curb Teenage Pregnancies.

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Museveni Addresses Cabinet on Corruption.

President Museveni said it is now clear that corruption is a big problem in Uganda. He notes IGG estimates that the country loses Ug.sh 9.7 trillion per year on account of corruption.

Business and finance

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EACOP, Makerere Partner To Boost Engineering Skills 1 3 Top story

The initiative aims at capacity building and technology transfer to institutions, companies, and youths in the EACOP project to acquire skills and expose them to work experiences and training they may not attain in the classroom.
16:37
16:37

Activists Sue Police, Attorney General For Torture STOP EACOP 5 1 Top story

The alleged actions of police include beating, detention without out trial beyond 48 hours, and violation of their rights like freedoms of assembly, speech, expression and movement.
16:05
16:05

300 Exhibitors to Grace Northern Uganda Agricultural Show Gulu University 1 4

Benson Wokorach, the Regional Manager for the Northern Uganda Agriculture and Trade Show, says this year’s event targets to promote and market the agricultural potential of Northern Uganda.
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Fuel Prices: Dealers Anticipate Improvements from UNOC fuel oil 1

Uganda has transitioned from relying on fuel supplies from Kenya to direct importation through its government-owned company, UNOC. Up to 170 million liters of fuel were received in Mombasa earlier this month.