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Tunisia’s president has sacked the prime minister and suspended parliament, after violent protests broke out across the country. Thousands of protesters, angry at the government’s mishandling of Covid-19, had flooded onto the streets and clashed with police yesterday. President Kais Saied announced he would take charge with help from a…

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The security personnel in Nebbi district have received a deserter of a rebel group, the Uganda Homeland Liberation Forces, a movement based in the DR Congo, who has abandoned rebellion and handed himself over to authorities in Nebbi district. Patrick Oryema, 65-years old and a resident of Ndew Sub County in…

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The High Court Civil Division in Kampala has awarded a senior police officer ten million Shillings for violations of his right to personal liberty. The officer, Assistant Superintendent of Police Steven Mugarura in 2012 sued the then head of flying squad CP Herman Owomugisha and the Attorney General accusing police of violating…

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Married couples wherever they are have been asked to always be tolerant and keep peaceful in situations that may bring about domestic violence among their families. The advice was sounded by Mr. Moses Kathaba the area LC 1 chairperson for Nyamwamba east in Kasese municipality in an interview with our…

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The Speaker of Parliament Jacob Oulanyah yesterday quietly returned to the country. Oulanyah has been out of the country for one and half months. He last presided over Parliament at the reading of the 2021/2022 financial year Budget at Kololo Independence Grounds. His absence from the public has continued to…

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Thirteen civilians have been killed in clashes in the Central African Republic, the UN peacekeeping mission in the country says. The Minusca mission said it found 13 lifeless bodies in Bongboto, about 300km from the capital Bangui. It said in a statement that it would establish facts on this unfortunate…

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