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14:04
14:04

Eight Shot Dead in Nimule 2 Top story

The eight were attacked on Thursday night while fishing on the Ugandan side of River Nile, where they were surrounded by the armed men who were allegedly looking for their cattle. They said that the cattle had been stolen and taken into Uganda.
14:07
14:07

UPDF Hands Over Guns of Killed SPLA Soldiers 4 3

Presiding over the handover of the ammunitions at Afoji border on Wednesday the Resident District Commissioner Moyo Bob Williams Labeja said the SPLA soldiers were shot due to mistaken identity since they were not in uniform.
11:26
11:26

Moyo Leaders Want Security Beefed at Porous Border Points 3 1

The leaders argue that some ungazetted routes have remained unattended to and as a result many people are taking advantage to and from Uganda to South Sudan.
19:39
19:39

Civilian Grabs Gun, Kills Police Officer in Moyo 2

According to Kasujja, Moro met his death on Tuesday afternoon as he tried to save a suspect accused of murdering two young boys from being lynched by a mob in Onyire village in Moyo Sub-County.
13:10
13:10

Livestock Owners in Moyo Demand Compensation 2

In August, President Yoweri Museveni promised that his government will compensate the victims and later compel the government of South Sudan to refund the money to Uganda government
12:41
12:41

Moyo Official In Trouble For Threatening Violence incident 3

The Moyo District Police Commander, Steven Agaba has confirmed receiving a complaint against Vuchiri, saying they have opened a case of threatening violence at Moyo Central Police Station under CRB 347/2018.
12:23
12:23

Mob Kills 'SPLA Soldier' in Moyo spla soldiers

An unidentified man in Sudan Peoples Liberation Army SPLA uniform was on Tuesday evening lynched in Moyo district. Residents of Chunyu Wano in Purojo village, located about a kilometre from the South Sudan border accused him of stealing a blanket from one of them.
11:06
11:06

Govt to Reopen Palorinya Resettlement Centre as Refugee Crisis Worsens

The development days after a report by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees-UNHCR indicated that Uganda now records up to 2,400 new arrivals every day as thousands continue running away from the South Sudans conflict, which has spawned one of the worlds biggest humanitarian crises in the world.
07:02
07:02

FDC Chairperson Arrested for Alleged Rebel Recruitment 1

Stephen Agaba, the Moyo District Police Commander, says they have collected sufficient evidence implicating the FDC official, adding that they have forwarded his file to the Resident State Attorney for sanctioning.
09:51
09:51

South Sudanese Nationals Flee To Uganda Citing SPLA Brutality 1

40-year-old Grace Kiden, one of the refugees says they were returning from prayers on Sunday when they received information that SPLA soldiers were canning residents while demanding for information from residents on gun shots heard in their area.
16:06
16:06

South Sudanese Nationals Quietly Settle in Moyo

Vukoni says the quiet settlement of the refugees poses security threat to the residents given the tension in South Sudan.
16:10
16:10

Over 200 South Sudanese Nationals Cross to Uganda via illegal routes

Lieutenant Ronald Ovon, the 409 brigade Public Relations says the army has started screening the South Sudanese nationals fleeing into the Uganda because of the ongoing conflicts in their country.
15:33
15:33

Moyo Residents Petition Museveni Over Uganda-South Sudan Border Conflict 4

Jimmy Vukoni Okudi, the LC V chairman Moyo District says the failure to resolve the boundary dispute has caused a lot of suffering to his electorate.
15:07
15:07

Seven Eritrean Nationals Charged with Illegal Entry into Uganda

John Agaba, the acting Moyo District Police Commander says that the suspects were arrested with no travel documents raising suspicion on their presence and travel within Ugandan territory.
10:51
10:51

South Sudan Releases 69 Ugandans borders

South Sudanese authorities in Kajo Keji have finally released 69 Ugandans who were detained following the visit of the disputed Wano village by Inspector General of Police of Uganda Kale Kayihura and his counterpart from South Sudan.
16:52
16:52

Moyo Residents Protest Harrasment by South Sudan Soldiers

The protests by the residents were promted by the recent arrest of Jimmy Vokuni, the Moyo LC 5 chairperson and four residents by the South Sudanese authorities in Kajo Keji.
11:06
11:06

Arua Bishop Condemns South Sudan, Moyo Border Arrests 2

The bishop describes the act as unfortunate and uncalled-for and implores the governments of Uganda and South Sudan to expedite the process of redefining boundaries between the two countries in order to end the longstanding border dispute.
15:30
15:30

Moyo Suspends Census Activities Along South Sudan Border 3

The ongoing national population census activities in parts of Moyo district has been suspended indefinitely over a border dispute with authorities in South Sudan. At the centre of the dispute is Wano Village in Moyo Sub County with both Uganda and South Sudan claiming its ownership.
10:18
10:18

Moyo-Kajo-Keji Authorities Sign Pact to Stop Border Disputes masaka

The agreement was endorsed during a closed door bilateral meeting held on Monday at Afogi border post in Moyo Sub County of Moyo district.
11:32
11:32

Authorities Separate Dinka, Nuer Refugees in Arua Camps south sudan crisis 1 Top story

Initially all refugees were resettled in Rhino settlement camp regardless of their ethnic background. But the two tribes started bickering forcing authorities to separate them to avoid tribal clashes and bloodshed, Josephine Angucia, the police spokesperson for West Nile region says.
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