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EU Gives Ugx 120b to Refurbish Tororo – Gulu Railway Line 1 2

The grant is to support promotion of rural development as well as climate smart agriculture, particularly in Northern Uganda.
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EU Urges Other Donors To Pledge To South Sudan Refugees southern sudan 1

The EU statement congratulates the Government of Uganda on hosting the Solidarity Summit on Refugees and called on called on all non-traditional donors to intervene in the humanitarian efforts towards the South Sudan emergency.
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EU Tips Ugandans On Erasmus Scholarships makerere university 1 3

The Erasmus scholarships programme is the biggest study scholarship funded by the European Union. It has been running for thirty years mostly benefiting students in the European Union.
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EU Still Relevant to Uganda Even With Brexit, Says Ambassador 3 1 Top story

Ambassador Kristian Schmidt in an interview said Britains exit from European Union was regrettable and tragic. He however said the remaining 27 member of the European Union will continue with their globalisation and trade..
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Pictorial: EU Ambassadors Retreat In Gulu

They addressed victims of the May 19th 2004 Lords Resistance Army Massacre in Lukodi Village in Bungatira Sub County, 17KM North of Gulu Town calling for truth telling, reconciliation and accountability.
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Paris Agreement to Enter into Force as EU Agrees Ratification global warming 1 Top story

The Paris Climate Change Agreement signed at the end of last year in France, aims to limit greenhouse gas emissions and keep global temperature increases below 2 degrees Celsius.
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Uganda, Tanzania Hailed for Delaying EU-East Africa Trade Deal european union 1 Top story

There is concern that the agreements will only make it harder for Africa to achieve the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals SDGs. Analysts say the agreements seem designed to completely remove whatever leverage remains for Africa to transform its economies.
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UN Confirms LRA – Seleka Alliance Sparking Fears of Renewed Instability united nations un 3 2

The United Nations says it has formally confirmed an alliance between Uganda’s elusive rebel outfit, the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) and the Seleka rebels of the Central African Republic in a Joint Assessment Mission (JAM) it conducted in May. The relationship between LRA and other rebel movements has for long been under speculation.
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Uganda To Export Power To South Sudan, DRC In 3 Years 3

James Baanabe Isingoma, the Acting Commissioner Energy Resources Department of the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development, says the programme has been triggered by the growing demands for power in neighbouring South Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo which have remained largely unmet.
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