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Shamima Begum case: I have one citizenship, says IS bride


Shamima Begum – the teenager who fled London to join Islamic State – has said she only has “one citizenship” and it was wrong for the UK to revoke it without speaking to her first.

It is only possible to strip someone of their UK nationality if they are eligible for citizenship elsewhere.

Bernie Sanders announces second US presidential bid


US Senator Bernie Sanders says he will run again for president in 2020, making a second attempt to win the Democratic Party’s nomination.

The 77-year-old Vermont senator became a progressive political star in 2016 although he lost his candidacy bid.

Israel to launch first privately funded moon mission

Attempt to become fourth country to send spacecraft to the surface blasts off this week

A team of Israeli scientists is to launch what will be the first privately funded mission to land on the moon this week, sending a spacecraft to collect data from the lunar surface.

Dp’s Lutukumoi challenges Besigye and Nambooze on a mole dossier, your mind is clouded and fuzzy

Dear , Nambooze

TO ACHOLI, PUMKIN IS THE BEST. FOOD AND SECURITY. Mao is our hope like Pumpkin!

You may hate him, you may despise him, you may reject him, you may paint him any color, but Mao stood with Uganda and Acholi when Dr BESIGYE and some of you were tax collectors for NRM in Mukono and some political commissioners of NRA.

Wives say no sex as a way to stop war


A GROUP of South Sudanese women peace activists has suggested that men in the war-torn country be denied sex until they stop fighting.

The suggestion emerged after about 90 women, including several members of South Sudan’s parliament, met in the capital Juba this week to come up with ideas on how to “to advance the cause of peace, healing and reconciliation”.

Sudanese security forces arrest opposition party leaders: Bashir pressured to resign


Sudanese security forces arrested a number of prominent party leaders who were on their way to deliver a petition to the presidential palace calling for a change in government, a leading member of the largest opposition party said.

UN Identifies South Sudan’s Mass Rapists, Killers, and Torturers


A United Nations report announced that its investigators have identified alleged perpetrators of pervasive rape, killings and torture in South Sudan’s civil war – violence they believe was driven by oil revenues.

The UN Commission on Human Rights in South Sudan on Wednesday said the army, national security, military intelligence, rebel forces and affiliated armed groups committed serious human rights breaches,

South Sudan’s Kiir receive ex-Malong’s senior aide

South Sudanese President Salva Kiir Wednesday met with a former rebel official who defected from the South Sudan United Front (SSUF) led by his ex-army chief of staff Paul Malong.


Lewis Anei Madut the former SSUF Secretary-General returned to Juba on 8 February and was received by government officials including the Press Secretary in the Office of the President, Ateny Wek Ateny.

Netanyahu’s strongest challengers form alliance in Israeli election


Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s strongest challengers in an election in April joined forces on Thursday, adding more potency to the centrist candidates’ bid to end the right-wing leader’s decade in power.

In anticipation of the announcement of a new alliance between former military chief Benny Gantz’ Resilience party and ex-finance minister Yair Lapid’s Yesh Atid faction, Netanyahu engineered a merger of far-right parties on Wednesday that could help him build a governing coalition after the ballot.

Algeria military plane crash kills two


An Algerian military plane crashed during a training flight, killing two people on board, the defense ministry said on Thursday.

The Russian SU 24 aircraft crashed late on Wednesday in an inhabited agricultural area in the northern province of Tiaret, the ministry said in a statement.

Venezuela’s Guaido to lead convoy to Colombia border to receive aid


Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido plans to head to the Colombian border in a convoy of vehicles on Thursday to receive humanitarian aid for his crisis-stricken nation, despite the objection of increasingly isolated President Nicolas Maduro.

Guaido, recognized by dozens of countries as Venezuela’s legitimate head of state, said the opposition plans to bring in aid by land and sea on Saturday to alleviate severe and widespread shortages of food and medicine.

Congo police executed 27 in anti-gang operation: Human Rights Watch


An international rights group on Thursday accused Congolese police of summarily executing at least 27 people, some of whom were bound, strangled and mutilated in a crackdown on gangs in the capital Kinshasa last year.

Police in Democratic Republic of Congo denied the allegations in a report by the U.S.-based Human Rights Watch (HRW).

People Power de’facto vice Mp Zaake arrested by 14 police officers

Mityana municipality MP Francis Zaake Butebi, has been arrested in Kampala city centre on Thursday evening. Mp Zaake was arrested at around 8:45pm along Kampala – Entebbe road while his car was struggling amidst heavy traffic jam.

According to an eye witness told Whisper Eye that over 14 police officers both in uniform and causal clothes arrested People Power deputy Hon Zaake amidst heavy security. He said that there were four men in plain clothes who were moving a long side Zaake’s car for a distance of a bout 20 meters until those in police uniforms came and immediately Zaake was arrested.

Uganda Minimum Wages act 2015 , a lawyers view – Pamba Eagan

On the 19th day of February 2019 the Parliament of the Republic of Uganda passed into law the longly awaited Minimum Wages Act 2015.

The law comes at a time when various NGO’s have been pushing for such a law to be put in place, thanks to the Movant of this celebrated law Honorable Arinaitwe Rwankajara.

One of the key reasons for emergency of this law was to address the injustices in the labor industry coupled with exploitation of the employees by there employers, to curb issues of little pay, address issues of income inequality among others.

Why Gravity Omutujju was shot twice in Kassanda; MP Zaake saves singer

Wabuyu Gilson commonly know by his stage name Gravity Omutujju survived death last night as a petrol station guard shot him twice, on his stomach.
Gravity was lucky a enough as the bullets destroyed his exterior of his stomach and rushed to a near by clinic for first aid and letter was transfered to Lubaga Hospital for proper medication.

Soroti Diocese gets new Bishop

By Patson Baraire

The Rev. Captain Odongo Kosea has been elected the 6th Bishop of Soroti Diocese. He will be consecrated and enthroned as Bishop on 16th June 2019 at St. Peter’s Cathedral, Soroti. He will succeed the Most. Rev. Stanley Ntagali, who has been the Acting Bishop of the Diocese since the Rt. Rev.

George William Erwau retired in July 2018. Bishop Nicodemus Okille has been the Caretaker Bishop of Soroti, providing episcopal leadership on behalf of the Archbishop.