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Acholi MPs Disagree Over Proposal for Nude Protests in Apaa Township apaa nude protests 1 2

Gilbert Olanya, the Kilak South Member of Parliament proposed that the solution to the armed conflicts and violence being meted on the Acholi community in Apaa can best be solved through violence and another nude protest.
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Two Mentally Ill Women Pitch Camp At Gulu City Council Hall security threat 3 2

The two have piled dirty and stinking rags, empty boxes, sacks, plastic materials including source pans on the veranda of the City Hall. They have turned the veranda into a place for cooking food.
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Adolescents Use Poetry to Amply Voices of Young Girls 5 1

Anita Muhindo 17 from Kasese says that society has portrayed young girls as weak. She says that this is the time teenage girls should make their voices heard.
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Komamboga Explosion Survivor Cries Out for Support 6 1

Nakisita who is a single mother to a six-month baby says she always worked up to 6:00 pm, but on that fateful day, she extended her working hours.
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Three Cattle Rustlers Killed in Napak

Michael Longole the Karamoja Regional Police Spokesperson says that the rustlers entered into the ambush on Friday night where they had a brief exchange of fire with the police and army.
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How Online Technology is Enhancing Human Trafficking 1 Top story

Traffickers are currently using technology to profile, recruit, control and exploit their victims as well as using the Internet, especially the dark web, to hide illegal materials stemming from trafficking and their real identities from investigators.
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Right to Food Ignored in Uganda’s Laws-Legal Experts Judiciary Uganda 1 3

Dr Kabumba Busingye a Lecturer of Law at Makerere University said food is identity, culture and politics but there’s no substantive chapter in Uganda’s constitution that spells out the right to food.
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Chief Justice Warns Christian Lawyers Against Corruption 5 3

The Chief Justice was speaking Friday at Hotel Africana during a public lecture organized by the Uganda Christian Lawyers Federation to remember the life of the organization’s first president Charles Owor.
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UWA Struggles to Mitigate Human-Wildlife Conflicts in Kidepo, Murchison Falls 2 4

UWA says that human-wildlife conflicts within the areas continue to manifest much as it has put in place several measures to mitigate them.
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Billions More Needed for Global Collaboration to End COVID-19 Pandemic 1

The funding for the Access to COVID Tools (ACT) Accelerator – the UN-backed global initiative to end the pandemic - is critical to prevent some five million additional potential deaths, as well as USD 5.3 trillion in global economic losses.
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Contractor Accused of Delaying Completion of Health Centre III Nakatiti HCIII 6 3

Amolatar District leaders are questioning why the contractor was paid all the money before completing the works.
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Universities Raise Security Levels After Bomb Attacks security threats 2 1

Despite universities being potential targets for terror attacks given the high concentration of students, there has been lax security at public universities in Kampala.
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It’s Not Over, Police Tells Exonerated Masaka Priest 2

According to Muhammad Nsubuga, the Southern Regional Police spokesperson, the priest's having been exonerated does not mean that the case is closed. He explains that they are following the DPP’s guidance to reinvestigate the matter in light of the new leads
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Police in Lira Intensify Enforcement of Covid-19 SOPs wearing face masks 5 1

The heightened enforcement stemmed from last week’s task force resolution which resolved that people not adhering to the COVID-19 Standard Operating Procedures-SOPs will be arrested and charged under the Public Health Act.
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Residents Resist Govt's Planned Takeover of Sango-Bay Land 1 3

Government has given the occupants a one-month ultimatum to vacate the 14,000 hectares that formally belonged Sango-Bay Sugar Estates Limited, to pave way for the expansion of the National Oil Palm Project-NOPP which is implemented under the Ministry of Agriculture.
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Rampant Drowning in Seasonal Water Bodies Worry Aswa Region Police Amuru district. 1 2

Since April 2021, at the onset of heavy rains in the region to date, police has recorded 10 cases of death arising from drowning due to torrential rains that increased the water volumes.
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EU Ambassadors, Human Rights Commission Meet Over DGF Suspension 3 1

The commission is one of the entities that initially received funding from DGF, the single biggest donor basket established by Development Partners to provide harmonised and well-coordinated support to state and non-state entities in Uganda.
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Commuting Civil Servants in Gulu District on Spot over Poor Service Delivery absenteeism 4 1

James Okwera, a resident of Labworomor in Palaro Sub-County says the absence of technical staff who should closely supervise their subordinates in the district has left civil servants to abscond from work, report late with impunity.
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Stray Elephants Displace Residents in Lamwo 6 3

The Nyimur Sub County LCIII Chairperson Moses Bili says the elephants believed to have strayed from Nimule National Park in Magwi County of Eastern Equatorial State in South Sudan reportedly entered Uganda through Amuru district before crossing river Aswa into Palabek Nyimur Sub County.
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Security Heightened in Bus Terminals 5

On Tuesday, there was a heavy police presence at all entrances of the bus terminals. At the exit and entry points, everyone who accessed them had to be searched.
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