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Medical Students Drag Health Minister To Court Over Internship

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Over 1000 medical students have dragged the Minister of Health, Dr Ruth Aceng and the Attorney General to High Court in Kampala challenging the new internship policy. Check Also: Uganda To Set Up Mental Health Facility For Soldiers They claim the new internship policy restricts their access to supervised practical training at various centres. Led by Emma Amadriyo, the group is ...

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Uganda’s President Opposed South Sudan Arms Embargo

Arms embargo

Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni said he was opposed to a UN plan to impose an arms embargo on his neighbour South Sudan,[9] saying it would weaken the country’s army just as it was trying to contain a resurgence of violence.[5] Check also: Amid South Sudan Evacuations, Some Locals Are Turned Back The statement from one of the region’s main powers, ...

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Uganda To Set Up Mental Health Facility For Soldiers

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Uganda plans to establish a facility for soldiers who manifest symptoms of mental health disorders triggered by trauma from war theatres and other stressful incidents,[5] the Chief of Defense forces, Gen. Katumba Wamala, has said.[6] Check Also: Uganda: 30 People Held Over Coup Plot Against Kaguta Museveni He was responding to concerns that possible post war trauma and stress could be ...

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Nakawa Court Chief Magistrate Ereemye to visit Besigye in prison

Magistrate to Visit Besigye

Nakawa Court Chief Magistrate James Ereemye has said he will visit jailed Forum for Democratic Change former presidential candidate Kizza Besigye in Luzira prison where he’s being held over treason charges.[5] Check Also: Dr. Besigye Is A Security Threat Mr Eremye Wednesday said judiciary was concerned by Dr Besigye‘s rights abuse concerns and he will visit Luzira prison next week.[2] “It’s ...

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Uganda To Pull Troops Out Of Somalia By The End Of 2017

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KAMPALA – Uganda plans to withdraw its troops from Somalia by December 2017,[9] signalling it is scaling back regional military interventions after it said it planned a similar pullback from Central African Republic.[3] Check also: Uganda: 30 People Held Over Coup Plot Against Kaguta Museveni President Yoweri Museveni has intervened in several regional security hotspots, [1]deploying troops to help quell ...

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