July 21, 2018 - Whisper Eye

Daily Archives: July 21, 2018

Trump dreams run with Biden in 2020

The former vice president has called the Trump administrations crackdown on immigration one of the darkest moments in our history.

Russian Embassy in Kenya Confirms Murder of Russian National in Nairobi

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Press Attache of the Russian Embassy in Kenya Alexei Chesnokov confirmed to whisper eye media team  on Saturday that a Russian national was killed in the center of the Kenyan capital of Nairobi

North Korea hits out at Pompeo over ‘regrettable and gangster-like’ in nuclear talks

North Korea has attacked US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo saying it was “regrettable” the US was making unilateral demilitarization demands on Pyongyang during high-level talks.

French President Macron fires aide Alexandre Benalla who stamped on protester

Three French policemen are being questioned for allegedly leaking security footage of an incident in which a presidential aide beat up a demonstrator in May, French media say.

Acts of illegal arrests and kidnap undermine democracy – Peter Mukasa

I have noted with concern a statement from MTN Uganda Limited dated 9th July 2018 detailing the kidnap of two staff working with its contractor; Huawei.

The kidnapped staffs were forced to provide unlawful access

Trump attacks Michael Cohen over ‘Playboy model payment tape’

President Donald Trump has condemned his former lawyer Michael Cohen amid US media reports that he secretly recorded Mr Trump discussing payments to a former Playboy model

Ethiopia hopes Eritrea peace will bring prosperity

Eighteen years after the guns fell silent following Ethiopia’s bloody border war with Eritrea, the frontier town of Zalambessa is a quiet, rubble-strewn outpost crossed by a road to nowhere.

Israel, Hamas agree to Gaza Cease-fire for the time being

The death of an Israeli soldier was grim reminder that the Gaza conflict does not start and end with incendiary kites and balloons

A death of an IDF soldier on the Gaza border, for the first time in four years

Constitution abuse is bread by un professionalism – Kaweesa Keefa

Uganda as a state shall continue to face challenges of unprofessional ism within the police force unless officers are retrained to meet standards.

These comments and sentiments were echoed by defense counsel

There is no peace unless Uganda and Egypt stop supporting Juba

South Sudan’s government will never accept peace unless the international does something to stop Ugandan and Egyptian governments, a senior government official says

End “senseless” killings, Amb Lt Gen Njoroge tells S. Sudan warring parties

The Joint Monitoring and Evaluation (JMEC) on Thursday called on the South Sudanese warring parties to embrace the spirit of compromise at the revitalization forum and end the “senseless killings”

Israel carries out Gaza strikes as soldier dies from gunshot

Israel has attacked military targets in the Gaza Strip, after its soldiers came under gunfire at the border.

The Israeli military announced that one soldier had died from his wounds