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15:30
15:30

Police Impounds Truck Ferrying Believers to Cultivate Church Farms child 1

Timothy Isooba, a member of the church told journalists that all church members are required to give back to the church through activities such as agriculture to sustain their faith.
11:12
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EAC Member States Urged to Embrace Drones for Monitoring Fish Species poverty 1 2

Abura says that unlike domestic animals, fish species require the deployment of scientific technologies to sustain their continued existence in the Lake. He noted that there are now a number of cost-effective drones designed to cover a distance of 30 kilometres both in the space and under water.
06:55
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Uganda- Rwanda Tensions Overshadow Debate on EAC Integration Rwanda Government 3 1

State Minister for East African Community Affairs Maganda Julius who was presenting a statement on the 20 years of East African Integration was overruled by MPs saying the statement does not address the tense relations between Uganda and Rwanda.
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Kadaga to Executive: Stop Undermining Parliament Uganda 5 1 Top story

Kadaga says MPs shouldn’t meet and agree with the Executive on matters before the House. She cited the 1995 Uganda Constitution and Administration of Parliament Act, 2000, which provides for among others the independence of parliament as one of the arms of government.
09:20
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Museveni, Tshisekedi Commit to Boost Security, Trade Uganda 2 1

President Museveni and Felix Tshisekedi, the President of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) have committed to boost security, trade and social welfare through stronger ties.
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CDF Calls for Joint Military Operations to End Instability Uganda 3 1

This years’ exercise has attracted 60 participants from the countries of Uganda, Rwanda, Tanzania, Burundi and Kenya, whereas first-timers, South Sudan presented 13 participants.
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EU Alarmed by Excessive Force and Arrests of Journalists at Mak investigation 1

The university has been the theatre of violence and the use of excessive force by law enforcement agencies, as students challenged a 15 per cent cumulative increment on tuition and functional fees. The increment, which started this academic year, will affect all first-year students, for the next five years.
09:14
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UPDF Unveils Gadafi Football Club in Jinja Uganda 1

Lt. Col Ivan Lwanyaga, attached to the Senior command and staff college, Kimaka, who doubles as the club’s patron says the team is a link between the force and the neighboring community.
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China Loans: Quality of Negotiation From Africa Very Poor - Experts Uganda 2 1 Top story

African States have been told to improve the quality of their negotiation towards China Financing for infrastructural projects.
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Another Ugandan Shares the Agony of Exploitation in Saudi Arabia Margaret Kabanywezi 3 1

A few months into the contract, the young woman developed severe chest pain, signalling the beginning of her misery as she struggled to cope in a foreign land. She adds that during the time, she endured food deprivation, nonpayment of wages and psychological abuse.
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East African Countries Asked to Prioritize Chemical Weapon Trainings Uganda 1 4

Ebitu further says that various chemicals should be assessed by responsible authorities so as to assess their reaction to the population.
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06:57

President Museveni Defends Chinese Loans China loans 3 1 Top story

Responding to questions from Journalists on Uganda borrowing a lot of loans for infrastructure development, Museveni praised China for giving Uganda loans for projects neglected by other partners. According to Museveni, this has enabled Uganda to save its money for other things, and use the loans, which have a longer repayment period.
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Kadaga Wants Mandatory Physical Exercise in Schools Jinja 3 1

Speaking at the celebrations of the World Heart Day in Jinja district on Friday, Kadaga says that, some schools have limited space where pupils can hardly carry out physical exercises which has left them lazy and prone to heart diseases.
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Association of Religious Petitions Top Offices in Rwenzori Over Human Trafficking Uganda 3 1

In the petition, the association noted that there is an increasing number of Ugandans who have been trafficked to countries outside Uganda, where they are subjected to all forms of torture and turned into modern-day slaves. A number of Ugandans have lost their lives, allegedly as a result of inhumane and degrading treatment, especially in the middle east.
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