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Demand For Lions And Tiger Bones In Asia Fuels Unlawful Killing And Poaching Of Big Cats In Africa

High demand of lions and tiger bones for medicine in the Asian markets is fueling suffering and killing of lions across Africa. A research by World Animal Protection reveals that lions and tigers of all shapes and sizes around the world are being both poached from the wild. This is for their body parts and bones which are used in products ...

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Minister Goretti Kitutu Supports Rice Growing, Sand Mining In Lwera

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The minister of State for Environment, Hon Kitutu Goretti has supported the ongoing rice growing and sand mining in Lwera wetland located in Kalungu District. Check also: Meet The 35 Year Old Nigerian Who Owns The 2nd Largest Rice Farm She says that those projects are already progressive provided they were approved by National Environment Management Authority ( NEMA ). Utilizing ...

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Sudhir Ruparelia Scoops Lifetime Tourism Achiever Award

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City Tycoon Dr. Sudhir Ruparelia has scooped 2019 lifetime tourism achiever award from Uganda Tourism Board (UTB)for his continued efforts in investing in tourism sector. Sudhir who owns numerous hotels in the country is expected to inject more $100million into Sese Island hotel this July. UTB organized the award in a bid to promote local tourism but also to appreciate ...

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Dog Owners Do Not Have Basic Knowledge On How To Take Care Of Their Dogs – Survey Reveals

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85% of dog owners do not know how to provide basic care for their dogs.  Many are not aware of how to feed their dogs or provide basic housing and veterinary needs.  In addition, majority do not know the importance of sterilization and how to deal with dog attacks. A survey by World Animal Protection reveals. According to the report, ...

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Kidnapped American Tourist Recovered Alive After Paying Ransom

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An American tourist identified as Kimberly Endicott and a safari guide known as Jean Paul who were kidnapped by unknown gunmen near Queen Elizabeth National Park in Western Uganda have returned safely after paying a ransom for their release, according to the Safari firm. Check also: William Ruto’s Pilot, Four Americans Die In Helicopter Crash The police spokeperson, Namaye Polly who ...

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