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07:56
07:56

Uganda defeats Tunisia in Rugby World Cup African Qualifiers rugby union 1 Top story

Uganda Cranes ended the game on top with 67-12 to beat the Carthage Eagles of Tunisia Saturday in Kampala
18:23
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Muslims Pilgrims Die In The Worst Hajj Disaster pilgrimes 1 Top story

Ugandan Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, Dr. Yahaya Semuddu in a statement said no Ugandan died during the stampede involving close to 800 pilgrims. He however says one elderly woman from Uganda died on Tuesday at Muzaldifa. He did not name the dead old woman. He says the old woman was sickly at the time of making the Haj pilgrimage.
13:13
13:13

Police Arrest Man that Sold American TV Producer Bad Cocaine

Nababooka declined to reveal the suspect\'s name, for fear of jeopardizing the investigations, but impeached source told E news that the suspect is a 23-year-old man identified as Moses Kalanzi, a special hire driver.
07:01
07:01

London Police Investigate Hate Mails against Archbishop of York

\"There was a lady who didn\'t want me to take her husband\'s funeral because I was black. I took one funeral and at the end a man said to me, \'Why did my father deserve to be buried by a black monkey?\' said the archbishop.
09:06
09:06

Scientists Develop Vaccine against Ebola ebola vaccine

Researchers say the new vaccine contains a synthetic viral protein, which is capable of recognizing the Ebola virus and is much more stable when stored long-term.
11:54
11:54

Sudanese Defence Minister Wanted for War Crimes icc

Hussein was the interior minister and the Government’s special representative in Darfur at the time.
10:32
10:32

Aggreko Halts Power Generation At Uganda Thermal Plant power outage

The diesel shortage is attributed to supply disruptions along the Uganda-Kenya import route.
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Four Killed in Attack near Kenya-Somalia border nairobi attack

The attackers fired machine guns and rocket propelled grenades at the vehicle, which was carrying school examination papers, Oluoch was quoted saying.
17:47
17:47

Muslims Back out of Pilgrimage as Economic Meltdown Bites

Hajj Lubega explained that unlike last year where pilgrims paid Shs7.3 million as travel fares, this year each pilgrim parted with $3,600 (Shs10.2m). The expenses include a return ticket, accommodation, medication, meals and Saudi tax.
17:14
17:14

Libya's Gaddafi Confirmed Dead muammar gaddafi

Information Minister Mahmoud Shammam said fighters had told him they had seen Col Gaddafi\'s body, and other officials also said he was dead.
15:20
15:20

Gaddafi Captured muammar gaddafi

\"He\'s captured. He\'s wounded in both legs,\" National Transitional Council (NTC) official Abdel Majid told Reuters news agency.
17:18
17:18

India's Foreign Trade Institute to Set Up Shop in Uganda

The new institute, named India-Africa Institute of Foreign Trade (IAIFT), is being set up as a part of the Indian government\'s initiative to help develop a higher education system in African countries in specialized fields.
11:42
11:42

Fears Ease for Missing Ugandan-Born Midfielder

Police now say they are sure he has left the country.
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14:23

Human Rights Campaigners Task Uganda on Detained Human Rights Defender al-amin kimathi

Kimathi was arrested on 15 September along with a Kenyan lawyer, Mbugua Mureithi, when they travelled to Uganda to observe the suspects’ court appearance.
14:54
14:54

Scores killed in bomb explosion at UN Building in Abuja bomb explossion

Eyewitnesses and an unnamed security source said a car bomb had exploded, but that detail is unconfirmed.
10:13
10:13

Ugandan Accused of transmitting HIV in Canada gets life in prison

Johnson Aziga, in his 50’s, was in April 2009 found guilty of two counts of premeditated murder, and 10 counts of aggravated sexual assault for spreading the AIDS virus to his lovers.
10:18
10:18

UNICEF appalled by Suffering in Somalia famine 1

Elhadj As Sy, UNICEF\'s Regional Director for Eastern and Southern Africa, said on Monday that more than half a million children in the region are at risk of imminent death from severe acute malnutrition
09:40
09:40

Uganda Declared free of Maternal and Neo-natal Tetanus maternal health

Dr. Sharad Sapra, UNICEF Uganda Country Representative, described this as a historic achievement for Uganda, adding that the Government of Uganda should be applauded for their commitment to eliminating this killer disease.
13:26
13:26

UN Secretary-General pleads for help for famine-stricken Somalia ban ki-moon 1

The UN secretary general said that the UN needs approximately $1.6 billion in aid and so far, international donors have given only half that amount.
09:46
09:46

New fund to help developing countries conserve livestock breeds agriculture funding

The fund run by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) will provide financing for individual projects submitted by countries in support of the internationally-agreed Global Plan of Action for Animal Genetic Resources.
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