September 4, 2018 - Whisper Eye

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Our black shirt is white – Tom Isingoma Mwesiga

1. One morning smartly and gently dressed people come to point at a black shirt (national sovereignty) that it’s colour is white (to be in hands of imperialists)

Report in Uganda shows 40% teachers arrive late in class every day

47% of the teachers across the country arrive late in class, a report by the Uganda Teachers and School Effectiveness Project-UTSEP has revealed.

UPDF soldier In Gulu drowns in a dam

A Uganda People’s Defense Forces (UPDF) soldier has died after drowning in a water dam belonging to National Water and Sewerage Corporation (NWSC) in Gulu District, the police have reported.

Jose Mourinho ‘gets suspended jail sentence’ for tax fraud

Manchester United manager José Mourinho has reached a deal with the Spanish state on a one-year suspended sentence in a long-running tax fraud case

Bomb blast near US embassy in Cairo

Egyptian security forces have reportedly detained a man suspected of trying to detonate a bomb near the US embassy in the capital, Cairo.

Syria war: Russia resumes bombing of Idlib

Russian warplanes have reportedly bombed the rebel-held Syrian province of Idlib, as government troops mass ahead of what may be a major offensive

Political Sergent Bobi Wine narrates Arua ordeal

Fellow Ugandans, friends and well-wishers from around the world,

I am sorry, I have taken a bit long to write to you about the trials and tribulations, for which you all stood with me. It’s been tough days, as I recover from the physical and mental trauma I endured.

Trump Supreme Court nominee Kanavaugh faces key hearing

President Donald Trump’s nominee for the vacant Supreme Court seat is set to face the first of four days of Senate hearings on Tuesday.

Son cuts off his fathers manhood in a domestic brawl in Uganda

A 57-year-old resident of Imakiboro village, Awei Parish, Aloi Sub-county in Alebtong District is in serious pain after one of his children cut off his manhood after a domestic brawl.

Hundreds escape Libya prison amid deadly clashes in Tripoli

Some 400 prisoners have escaped from a facility near the Libyan capital Tripoli amid deadly violence between militia groups in the city, police say.

Trump attacks Attorney General Sessions over Republican prosecutions

US President Donald Trump has accused Attorney General Jeff Sessions of damaging the midterm re-election chances of two Republican members of Congress by prosecuting them