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Chinese Firm Kicks Off Construction of Regional Forensic Centre uganda police force 3 1

Inspector General of Police Kale Kayihura says that the facility will be constructed under an exchange programme where Uganda Police offered land to the Chinese firm for development of cyber city in exchange for the construction of the regional forensic unit.
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Uganda 14th In Dubai Rugby 7s uganda rugby cranes 1

Uganda Rugby Cranes lost to Wales 26-7 in a classification game to finish 14th in the 2017 Dubai 7s which ended on Saturday.
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Acholi Chiefdom Organises Cultural Festival to Revive 'Lost Glory' acholi foods 1 3

A grand Acholi cultural festival is being organised to revive the glory of the lost during the over 20 years of the Northern insurgency, the cultural institution Ker Kwaro Acholi has said.
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Cranes Target 15th Cecafa Challenge Cup kenya 1 Top story

Uganda Cranes team traveled by road this morning to the Kenyan town of Kakamega ahead of the start of the 2017 Cecafa Senior Challenge Cup.
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Training Facility on Fighting Gender Based Violence Opened in Kampala 3 1

The International Conference on the Great Lakes Region ICGLR have opened a training facility to train individuals from member states on how to handle sexual gender based violence crime and cases.
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Kiburara Prison Workshop Limping ibanda 1

The workshop meant for equipping prisoners with various skills at Kiburara Prison in Ibanda District is struggling to operate. The prisons workshop is responsible for making crafts, chairs, wooden trays, and metallic suit cases among others.
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Museveni Praises KCCA Councillors for Defying Lukwago president museveni 1

President Yoweri Museveni has applauded Kampala Capital City Authority KCCA and Urban division councillors who defied a council resolution to attend a one-week leadership training at National Leadership Institute NALI, Kyankwanzi.
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Friends Shun Youth after Sharing His HIV Story in Newspaper stigmatisation 3 3

A 25-year-old youth has lost several friends and followers on social networking site, Facebook, after he went public about his HIV status. On Thursday, The Daily Monitor published a story of Ismail Harerimana in which he narrated how he would escape from school to go back home to take his anti-retroviral drugs. Harerimana, a resident of Bukimbiri Sub County in Kisoro district, Western Uganda, says in the story that he acquired the virus at birth.
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Corruption: Mubende Residents Lose Confidence in Police igg 4 1

Residents of Mubende Municipality say they have lost confidence in the Police over what they call rampant corruption in the Force. Sarah Kajumba, a resident of Kasenyi Caltex Zone in Western Division in Mubende Municipality, told the officials that her goat was stolen but when she attempted to get a sniffer dog she was asked for a bribe of 20,000 shillings which she didnt have and the dog handlers refused to bring it.
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Bishop Magezi Asks Ugandans to Collectively Fight Corruption ibanda municipality

Bishop Amos Magezi of Northwest Ankole Diocese has called for collective responsibility in the fight against corruption.
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Kitgum District Seeks Own University gulu university 2 1

Kitgum district is seeking to host an autonomous university for East Acholi districts. District leaders behind the latest move say it is the only viable solution to clouds of uncertainties hanging over the future of Gulu University Kitgum campus.
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Kadaga Demands Speedy Restoration of Forests 2

The Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga has demanded for the speedy restoration of lost forest cover in the country. Kadaga on Friday quizzed officials from National Forestry Authority NFA on steps being taken to stop the massive degradation of forests that has seen the nations forest cover drop to just 9.
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Empty Market Stalls Shock Anti-Corruption Agencies auditor general 1 3 Top story

A team of officials from anti-corruption agencies has carried out an on-spot check at Mpanga Market in Fort Portal as part of the activities lined up to mark the anti-corruption week. During the tour of the market on Friday, the officials were shocked to see that some stalls were empty and the lockups closed. According to records from the market, there are 50 stalls and 40 lockups that remain unoccupied.
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