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18:34

Kirabo Scoops Silver at Africa Junior Swimming Championships 1 1

The teenager swimmer posted 26:26 to come second and grab a silver medal in the 50m freestyle category. She beat her previous record 26:63 she had set in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic games.
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16:16

Former Convicts Who Have Killed Ugandans Soon After Being Released 3 1

This year alone, suspects connected to numerous abductions and killings in the districts like Ntoroko, Kabalore, Ibanda, Mbarara, Kyenjojo, Bushenyi and Lwengo are repeat offenders, according to Criminal Investigations Directorate –CID Spokesperson Charles Twine.
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14:34

U-20 Women to Face Botswana in FIFA World Cup Qualifiers Round Three Coach Ayubu Khalifa 1 1

To reach the third round, Uganda ejected Kenya 10-3 on aggregate. In the first leg Uganda hammered Kenya 7-2 and later in the return leg Uganda also defeated Kenya 3-1 at St Mary’s stadium in Kitende.
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13:33

Ugandan Professional Accountants Admit Doing a Lousy Job 5 1 Top story

Prof Kaawaase says that such institutions, including Crane Bank which is still a center of conflict between Bank of Uganda and the bank’s shareholders, always have audit reports with unqualified opinion of the auditors, on such institutions’ financial positions.
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12:19

Hand Washing Still a Nightmare for 3 in 10 People Despite Role in Fighting COVID

On Global Handwashing Day, UNICEF warns that 3 in 10 people do not have basic handwashing facilities at home to fight off infectious diseases.
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07:36

Step Up, WHO Urges as Figures Reveal 1 In 4 Adults Don’t Exercise Enough

Although WHO guidelines recommend adults should do at least 150 to 300 minutes of moderate to vigorous aerobic activity per week, and 60 minutes per day for Children and adolescents, statistics reveal that one in four adults, and four out of five adolescents, do not currently get enough physical activity.
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06:32

COVID-19 Caused Rise in TB Deaths for First Time in A Decade

New data from the UN health agency highlighted how years of global progress in tackling the preventable disease had been reversed since the pandemic overwhelmed health care systems in 2020, preventing vulnerable people from seeking help.
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