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Obama was shell-shocked by Trump win, asked ‘What if we were wrong?’

President Barack Obama was veritably shell-shocked in the wake of Donald Trump’s election victory in 2016, and even asked aides “What if we were wrong?” as he struggled to come to terms with Hillary Clinton’s defeat, former adviser Ben Rhodes writes in a new memoir coming out in June

South Sudan Rebels Capture Gany, in Northern Liech state

Latest reports from South Sudan’s Northern Liech State confirm that Gany, one of the most contested counties between the warring factions in Northern Liech State, was captured by the rebels this morning.

Following hours of heavy battle between the rival factions of SPLA, loyal

Machar invited to attend IGAD summit on Thursday

The Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) has invited the prominent South Sudan opposition leader and the country’s former first vice president, Riek Machar who leads the armed opposition movement SPLM-IO against the South Sudanese government of Salva Kiir Mayardiit, according to several sources .

Sources from the South Sudan embassy in the Ethiopian capital Addis

Israel Believes Gaza Fighting Is Over for Now, Won’t Attack if Rocket Fire Ends

Hamas says Gaza cease-fire reached through Egyptian mediators ■ Israeli official: If attacks from Gaza resume, strikes on Hamas ‘will be even stronger’ ■ Israel carries out over 30 strikes on Gaza ■

President Kiir rejects Malong’s participation in South Sudan talks

South Sudan President Salva Kiir Tuesday  rejected the participation in the IGAD mediated peace revitalization process of a rebel faction under the leadership of the former army chief of staff, Paul Malong Awan.

“I hear Paul Malong want to

Breaking News; Mp Erute North, Hon Angiro Charles involved in a road accident a long Karuma bridge

Hon. Charles Angiro Kutmoi Abac Acon
MP Erute North constituency got involved in an accident around Karuma bridge this morning on his way from Lira to Kampala.

Top North Korean official Kim Yong Chol on way to US for ground work talks

One of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s top officials is traveling to the United States and will meet Secretary of State Mike Pompeo as the two countries lay the groundwork for on again off again talks between Kim and US President Donald Trump in Singapore on June 12.

Trump fires salvo : accuses Mueller’s ’13 Angry Democrats’ of ‘MEDDLING’ in midterms

The president tweets that ‘young and beautiful’ lives have been destroyed by the Mueller probe.

President Trump warned Tuesday that Special Counsel Robert Mueller and

Special envoy Odinga tells Kiir straight : to get peace Machar must return to Juba

The United Nations Security is short of a vote required to impose sanctions on five senior South Sudanese officials, Gordon Buay, an envoy at its embassy in the United States disclosed.

Buay, the chargé d’affairs at South Sudan’s embassy in the U.S., said

The slave on the throne of the Great Britain -Sandy Apolo Randy

It has been 10 days since the English Prince Harry wedded. It was an event that rocked all the former and present British colonies world over, Africa being the highest victim.

Kenya’s opposition leader Raila Odinga meets President Salva Kiir in Juba

Raila Odinga was accompanied to the South Sudan capital, Juba by his lawyer Paul Mwangi and the Suna East legislator, Junet Mohamed.

Raila Odinga, the Kenyan opposition leader who now

Spider man granted french citizenship and fire brigade job

A young Malian migrant who rescued a child dangling from a balcony will be made a French citizen and has been offered a job by the Paris fire brigade, the office of the French presidency said

21 killed including 9 Iranians in Israel air attack

The Israeli Air Force struck Hamas targets in a military compound in the southern Gaza Strip late Saturday evening, the IDF Spokesperson’s Unit announced.

Uganda family disowns daughter over Lesbians act

A family in Kampala, Uganda has disowned their daughter Sarah Namala over allegations of homosexuality having abandoned her husband Hamim Muganga for her partner of the same sex.

Lesbians survive death in Uganda by angry mob

Uganda’s would-be lesbian violently stopped by protesting youths and police on Friday at Kireka near Kampala after two young girls are caught on allegations of practising homosexual acts.

Top Uganda telecom employee quits job over allegedly harassment

Information reaching us from our sources in the Uganda  telecommunication industry is that a one Mrs
Prossy Nambalirwa Ssozi, a top management official from one of the major Telecom companies
in the country fled her job for fear of abuse from security agencies and government of Uganda at
large.