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Married woman caught in Lesbians acts by husband

The Uganda Parliament introduced a law meant to curb an estimated 500,000 LGBT community in Uganda . The  Anti-Homosexuality Act, 2009, which would broaden the criminalization of same-sex relationships in Uganda and introduce the death penalty for offenders found guilty.

People like Kyomukama Lilian aged 36 resident of Kitalla village in Katabi sub-county of Wakiso district married (name withheld) . She was caught by his husband having sex with  Adong Jospehine 36 one of her friends in their martial bedroom and in the circumstance blood and death was eminent for these two youthful pronounced lesbians.

World Cup 2018:England drubs Panama 6-1

Panama took a drubbing by England  when they were defeated 6-1.


England boss Gareth South gate: “I didn’t particularly like the performance! I didn’t like the start and I didn’t like the goal at the end but I guess the bits in the middle were pretty good.

I am being hyper-critical, though. I just thought we were a little anxious at the start

. We played some really good stuff for 35-40 minutes but then of course the second half was more difficult.

“At 5-0 we talked about the importance of one more goal to be top of the group, so that’s why the goal at the end was disappointing, but by the same token for everything everyone has put into it over the last few weeks it is rewarding to see how they are playing and how they are enjoying their football and I am sure everybody at home was enjoying it as well.

“Confidence wise it was important that we were able to score goals. Our set plays were also a threat and that was pleasing to see.

“We want to keep momentum, we will have to think exactly about the team we want to put out against Belgium because there is an opportunity for players that need a match, but we also want to keep winning football matche


 “Really happy with the performance from the boys and to win 6-1 on my first World Cup start was fantastic.


World Cup 2018: Egypt’s Mohamed Salah becomes ‘honorary citizen of Chechnya’

Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov has announced Liverpool’s Egypt forward Mohamed Salah is now an honorary citizen of the Russian republic

Breaking ; IG Report Shows Obama had Direct Access to Hillary’s Illegal Email Server

Though the fake news mainstream media has conveniently downplayed it, the Horowitz IG reports leaves no doubt that former president Barack Obama had direct access to Hillary’s Illegal Email Server

Former Police chief Gen Kayihura was told about killers

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A Rwandan, who had taken refuge in Uganda but had to flee to the US after his friend was killed in Kampala at the end of 2011, has told Saturday Monitor that he gave information about his friend’s killers to Gen Kale Kayihura

BBC reporter cautioned on completely false news

During the April 8 edition, Marr concluded a discussion of the Syrian regime’s chemical weapons attack on civilians by saying: ‘And the Middle East is aflame again.

UN peacekeepers to protect South Sudanese VIPs

Special Envoy for South Sudan said the parties to the peace revitalization process have agreed to task the United Nations peacekeepers with the protection of VIPs during the transitional period.

World Cup 2018: Fifa investigates Switzerland duo over goal celebrations

Football’s world governing body has opened an investigation into Granit Xhaka and Xherdan Shaqiri’s goal celebrations during Switzerland’s  World Cup victory over Serbia

World Cup 2018: Fifa accused by Serbia of ‘brutal robbery and double eagle celebrations

The head of the Serbian Football Association has accused governing body Fifa of showing bias against his country at the World Cup in Russia.

Slavisa Kokeza says Serbia were victims of a “brutal robbery”

World Cup 2018: Germany revive World Cup hopes with late winner over Sweden

Toni Kroos’ injury-time winner against Sweden revived defending champions Germany’s hopes of becoming the first side to retain the World Cup since Brazil in 1962.

Iraq ‘kills 45 IS leaders’ in eastern Syria strike

Iraq says it has killed 45 Islamic State (IS) group militants, among them some senior leaders, in an air strike in eastern Syria.

The strike targeted three houses connected by a trench

Vaticano diplomat sent to jail for pornography

A Former Vatican diplomat has been sentenced to five years in prison for child pornography offenses.

Monsignor Carlo Alberto Capella pleaded guilty at a Vatican court,