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To break Or To Build: Which Way Will Uganda’s Opposition Turn?

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With the Supreme Court upholding President Museveni’s election victory, which way will Uganda’s opposition turn? The choice is now facing them. Last Thursday afternoon, in downtown Kampala, a crowd of a hundred boda-boda (motorbike taxi) drivers gathered for a victory parade. To the front of their bikes they attached posters of Yoweri Museveni, Uganda’s long-time president, who was declared the ...

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World’s Most Busiest Airports Named

airports atlanta

Atlanta has done it again, holding off Beijing to retain its title as the world’s busiest passenger airport. More than 100 million passengers passed though Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson International in 2015, a rise of 5.5% over 2014 according to preliminary traffic data released by Airports Council International (ACI). Check also: world’s 10 busiest airports-2015 The report credits Atlanta’s strategic location ...

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Garissa Student Marries KDF Soldier That Saved Her

kenyan soldier & Student

A former Garissa University student married a soldier who came to her rescue during the Al Shabaab attack on the campus that killed 148 people.  21-year-old Maureen Mayengo had been hidding in a closet for 12 hours when a contigent of the Kenya Defence Forces troops found her. Check also: Kenya Marks The 1st Anniversary Of Garissa Massacre How the ...

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Niger’s President Sworn In for Another Term!

Niger president

Niger ‘s President Mahamadou Issoufou was sworn in for another five-year term in office on Saturday after a controversial election boycotted by the opposition. Issoufou took the oath of office in Niamey in front of a crowd that included a number of African leaders from Ivorycoast, Chad, Senegal and other representatives from over 53 nations as well as United States ...

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