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Alaska earthquake: Anchorage rocked by aftershocks

A major 7.0 magnitude earthquake has struck Alaska, causing people to run from buildings and briefly prompting a tsunami alert for coastal areas.

It’s finally here; the massive disruption brewing over Uganda’s tech landscape

KAMPALA, UGANDA – Monday November 19th 2018

IT’S HERE. The coolest customer app we have so far seen in Uganda was launched without much fanfare. It has been growing in stealth mode for the last quarter of 2018 and even more impressive has in that time quietly begun operations in Kenya as well. They popped up on our radar after they began posting their activities allover twitter, instagram and facebook and we decided to check them out.
The application has sixteen categories and users can access different service providers listed in these categories.

The richest people in the World as of 2018

The Richest People in the World

By JENNIFER CALFAS(time.com)

The richest people in the world have a staggering amount of wealth — comparable to the GDP of small countries for some. Many of the world’s richest, like Microsoft founder Bill Gates, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos or Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg

Multi million F-35 fighter jet suffers first crash

The US military has suffered the first crash in its hugely expensive F-35 fighter jet program me.

A F-35B jet came down in South Carolina, the Marine Corps said.

50 dead in Indonesia 7.5 earthquake

Almost 50 people have been confirmed dead after a strong tsunami triggered by a magnitude 7.5 earthquake hit a coastal Indonesian city on Friday

Uganda for Nuclear enegry development

Uganda is pushing for the development of nuclear energy to supplement the energy needs of the country.

During the ongoing world atomic energy conference in Viena, Austria, engineer Simon Giu D’Ujanga, State minister for energy said Uganda is prepared to start the development of the nuclear energy as the country gears for industrialization.

President Trump declares Carolina a disaster area after 12 deaths

US east coast communities face “epic amounts of rainfall” from tropical storm Florence, which has been linked to at least 12 deaths.

Kerala floods: Rescue efforts step up as rains begin to ease

Rescue efforts are being stepped up in the flood-hit Indian state of Kerala, where monsoon rains have eased for now.

The India Meteorological Department has removed a red weather alert

The story about Uganda’s Airbus is purely unpatriotic – Sam Evidence (NRM youth)

The President of Uganda in one of the recent addresses to the nation , talked about the Daily Monitor publishing false stories or what he called fake news. I remember very well the President saying “That pepper which is owned by Aga Khan”

Twelve Russians charged with US 2016 election hack

The US Department of Justice has charged 12 Russian intelligence officers with hacking Democratic officials in the 2016 US elections.

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said the dozen accused

Fake news: The media industry strikes back

The viral spread of hoaxes and misinformation ahead of the US election and Brexit referendum two years ago was a wake-up call for many established news media, who have gone on

Israel plans to launch moon mission on SpaceX rocket this year

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Three countries have landed missions on the moon: the US, Russia and  China Israel hopes to be the fourth when it launches a spacecraft this December with an assist from a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket.

Cave rescue: Four plus Four more boys rescued by Thai Navy divers

Divers have rescued four more boys from a vast cave system in northern Thailand on the second day of a complex operation.

The Thai Navy Seals leading the rescue operation have confirmed

Japan floods: At least 100 dead in record rainfall

At least 100 people are thought to have died after record rainfall caused flooding and landslides in western Japan, a government spokesman says.

Mission to rescue boys trapped in Thailand cave has begun

A team of divers on Sunday began a rescue operation to try and save 12 boys on a soccer team and their coach from the Thailand cave where they have been trapped for two weeks

Battle for Social media survival : Uganda Bans VPNs To Prevent Users From Dodging Media Tax

Countries around the world continue to wage their not  so subtle war on the use of virtual private networks (VPNs) and encryption.

In Russia, the government has all but banned the use of VPNs by layering all