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Two Indians traders charged with murder of a child in Lira

 

Two Asian traders in Lira town have been charged with murder of the 11-year-old pupil in Kole district.

The two suspects identified as Vayas Fravey and Madmay Gaga, both cotton traders with Meenay Cotton Ltd at Odokomit Ginnery in Lira town appeared before Grade One court presided over by Igga Adiru on Monday.

Massive gun fire in Gulu as police , army battle Umeme protesters

 

Gunfire on Monday rocked Gulu Municipality as Police and UPDF soldiers obstructed a protest by residents. Hundreds of business men led by local politicians had turned in big numbers to protest against the constant power blackout within Gulu Municipality.

However, as they were heading to the Umeme service centre along bank lane, they were dispersed with teargas and live bullets. Protestors had placards reading; “Umeme Must Go” and “Umeme should not be an obstacle to Gulu in gaining a city status” among others.

Israel’s Netanyahu survives early poll threat

Israel’s government appears to have survived a possible collapse after a key partner withdrew a threat to leave the coalition and force snap elections.

Theresa May seeks business support for Brexit plan

Theresa May is set to renew her efforts to sell her draft Brexit withdrawal agreement – saying it will stop EU migrants “jumping the queue”.

Nigeria challenger to launch presidential bid

Nigeria presidential campaign starts

The starting gun has been fired in Nigeria’s presidential election with campaigning for the 16 February poll officially starting on Sunday.

Family urges President Kiir to release Dong Samuel

The family of Dong Samuel Luak, the SPLM-IO official who was abducted in Kenya last year, appealed to President Salva Kiir to release him as part of the peace agreement

Israeli Forces Attack School in Southern Hebron Area with Tear Gas

Dozens of Palestinian students and teachers suffocated after inhaling tear gas fired by Israeli forces toward an elementary school in Hebron, in the Southern West Bank.

UPDF deploys at DR Congo border over ADF rebels recent activities

Kampala. Continued attacks by rebels of the Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) has prompted deployment by the Uganda People’s Defence Forces (UPDF) along the Uganda-DR Congo border to guard against escalation of incursions.

The Deputy UPDF spokesperson, Lt Col Deo Akiiki, said they have recruited Local Defence Unit militia to secure villages near or along the border against rebel attacks.

Uganda Court remands sex workers to prison for being a public nuisance

Nine sex workers have been charged and remanded to Luzira prison by City Hall Court for committing a nuisance by defecating in the public.

The nine ladies led by one Harriet Akini on Monday appeared before a grade one magistrate, Patrick Talisuna and pleaded guilty to the charges.

It’s finally here; the massive disruption brewing over Uganda’s tech landscape

KAMPALA, UGANDA – Monday November 19th 2018

IT’S HERE. The coolest customer app we have so far seen in Uganda was launched without much fanfare. It has been growing in stealth mode for the last quarter of 2018 and even more impressive has in that time quietly begun operations in Kenya as well. They popped up on our radar after they began posting their activities allover twitter, instagram and facebook and we decided to check them out.
The application has sixteen categories and users can access different service providers listed in these categories.

North Korea to deport American it detained for illegal entry

North Korea said Friday that it will deport an American citizen it detained one month ago for illegally entering the country.

The announcement suggests that North Korea still wants to maintain the mood for dialogue with the United States despite stalled nuclear diplomacy. In the past, North Korean often held American citizens it arrested for similar charges for an extended period before high-profile U.S. figures travelled to Pyongyang to secure their freedom.

IGAD to designate hold out groups in South Sudan as peace spoilers

The Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) has threatened to designate holdout groups in the South Sudan peace process as peace spoilers.

The designation will possibly be followed by measures against the parties who have not signed the revitalized peace agreement.

South Africa’s Ramaphosa to repay campaign donation

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa is to repay $35,000 (£27,300) given to his leadership campaign by a firm accused of corruption.

Rescued migrants refuse to leave ship

Dozens of increasingly desperate migrants rescued by a cargo ship in the Mediterranean have been refusing to leave after it docked in a Libyan port.

Yellow vests: Hundreds injured as France fuel protests continue

Demonstrations in France over rising fuel prices have left more than 400 people injured, officials say, as protests spilled into a second day.

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