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Mandela lecture: Barack Obama condemns disregard for facts

Barack Obama has used his first high-profile speech since stepping down as US President to say “you have to believe in facts”.

His comments are seen as a riposte to  the current US administration’s use of ‘alternative facts”

US president hits back after Russian summit

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US President Donald Trump has hit back after facing fierce criticism over his summit with Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin.

He said the meeting had gone “even better” than

Kisoro police officer shots dead one as two are injured

A Police Officer attached to Kisoro Main Police has shot and killed one person and severely injured two others in Gikoro village, Rwingwe parish, Nyakabande Sub County today.

BREAKING: SPLM-IO accepts proposed power sharing agreement

The Sudan People’s Liberation Movement in Opposition (SPLM-IO) led by the country’s former FVP Dr. Riek Machar has accepted the power sharing proposal presented by mediators yesterday,

Israel stop flow of gas and fuel into Gaza is crime against humanity


Hamas strongly condemned Israel’s decision to halted the flow of gas and fuel into Gaza from Tuesday to Sunday, but will continue to allow in food and medicine on a case by case basis.

British Prime Minister May survives Parliament Brexit rebellion, but loses another minister

British Prime Minister Theresa May narrowly staved off a rebellion from pro-EU members of her Conservative Party following her decision to incorporate hardliner Brexit amendments into a customs bill

Chama cha Mapinduzi to stay in power forever

Tanzanian President John Magufuli has said his party will be “in power forever, for eternity”, according to a report by news agency
Mr Magufuli’s comments were broadcast on radio on Monday evening

France’s World Cup team given heroes’ welcome in Paris

France’s victorious football team has paraded the World Cup before hundreds of thousands of fans in Paris.

Jubilant crowds lined the capital’s main artery,

Kim Jong-un blasts delays in North Korean economic progress

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has launched an unusual barrage of criticism at officials over delays in completing economic projects

MP Katuntu’s law firm appeals Isiko’s sentence in Hon Sylvia Rwabwogo love affair case

Uganda opposition FDC Member of Parliament Hon Abdul  Katuntu  has led lawyers from his law firm , Katuntu and company advocates to file a production warrant to seek for bail of  Mr Brian Isiko pending an appeal in the High Court of Uganda.

Betrayed : Wetang’ula quits NASA, says he will run for 2022 presidency alone

Wetang’ula quits NASA, says he will run for 2022 presidency alone

The Bungoma senator said he will rebuilt his Ford Kenya party ahead of the 2022 elections

High Court orders UPDF to pay a soldier 700/-m for false retirement

The High Court civil division in Kampala has ordered the UPDF to compensate to the tune of Shs 700 million Maj Ronald Iduuli, a soldier who was erroneously retired from active service in the army.

8 migrants locked in a lorry suffocate to death in Libya

Eight migrants, locked in an abandoned lorry container in Libya’s western city of Zuwara, have suffocated to death, according to officials there.

Six children, one woman, and a young man spent their last moments trapped

Trump-Putin summit: After Helsinki, the fallout at home

The Helsinki summit between Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump is over, and after nearly two hours behind closed doors and another hour in front of the press, there’s plenty of material to sort through.

Trump-Putin summit: US president under fire over poll meddling comments


There has been a barrage of criticism in the US after President Donald Trump defended Russia over claims of interference in the 2016 elections.