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22:42
22:42

Over 40 Houses Torched, Dozens Injured in Ethnic Refugee Clashes 2 3 Top story

The fight erupted around 7pm on Monday night after a Nuer teenager from Itula Sub County was accused of stealing maize from a garden belonging to a member of the Kuku ethnic group in Dama village.
17:56
17:56

15 Suspects Escape from Arua Court Cell 3 2 Top story

A source at Arua Chief Magistrate’s court told URN that the suspects used a master key to open the gate to the cells around 11:00am and escaped. Three other suspects remained in the cells yelling, which attracted the attention of court officials.
16:29
16:29

Pictorial: Traders Protesting Continued Closure of Arcades Top story

Several traders opened their shops in arcades and plazas by 7am, which prompted police to use force including firing bullets and teargas to compel them to close in line with the presidential directives.
15:35
15:35

Six Arrested Over Missing Gumboots

Patience Baganzi, the Bulambuli District Police Commander, says after receiving intelligence from community members about the missing gumboots, they decided to arrest all the people involved in the theft.
14:25
14:25

Over 40 Suspected Gangsters Arrested in Arua Swoop youth gangs 2 3 Top story

Samari Ijaga, the Kenya Ward LC 2 Chairperson in Arua Central Division, says they teamed up with some youths in the area to arrest the suspects.
12:36
12:36

Amuru Risks Losing Seed School to Encroachers Amuru Town Council 2 1

Richard Komakech, the Amuru Town Council LCIII Chairman notes that they have held several meetings with the encroachers and told them to vacate to pave way for the construction of the school, in vain.
11:44
11:44

Police Thwarts Traders Attempts to Reopen Arcades in Kampala 1 3

Although, in easing the lockdown, the government lifted the restrictions on malls, the same was maintained in arcades because of the envisaged difficulty in avoiding close contact between people.
11:16
11:16

Unreliable Power Supply Hampering CCTV Operations in Kampala 1

"We have capacity to keep cameras operating for eight hours when power has gone off. But in many areas electricity goes off for more than eight hours and cameras go off," Baryamwisaki said.
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