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10 Countries Most Affected By Terrorism

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By one measure at least, the world is getting less dangerous. There were 10% fewer deaths from terrorism in 2015 than the year before, according to the latest Global Terrorism Index compiled by the Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP). It was still the second deadliest year on record though, with 29,376 people killed in terrorist attacks. Check also: 18 Most Corrupt Countries ...

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President Museveni Appoints A New Head Of Uganda’s Electoral Commission

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KAMPALA – President Yoweri Museveni on Friday named a new head of Uganda’s electoral commission but critics said the nominee was another government loyalist and reflected the veteran leader’s intent to extend his three decades in power. Check also: President Yoweri Museveni Surprised Villagers Of Luweero District By Fetching Water On A Bicycle Since taking office in 1986 after a five-year ...

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Here’s The Tool That Will Help Spot Fake News Sites

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A week after the presidential election, the fight against fake news is finally ramping up.  A new browser extension will warn readers when they arrive at a website known to produce fake news or hoaxes. The pop-up or banner alerts readers that “the information on this site might be false or misleading.” Check also: 8 New Communication Tools Ready To Replace Your E-mail ...

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Kenya Burnt Over 5,000 Guns To Discourage Illegal Weapons

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NAIROBI, KENYA —  Kenya’s deputy president on Tuesday set ablaze more than 5,250 guns seized by authorities to discourage the circulation of illegal weapons in a country battling extremist violence. Check also: Sudan’s Machar Now Aims His Fire At Museveni Deputy President William Ruto presided over the burning of rifles and pistols in three stacks about 15 feet high. They were ...

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What Trump’s Presidency Means For The African Continent

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Donald Trump’s stunning victory in the elections last week sent shockwaves throughout the African continent. Very few people across the continent anticipated Donald Trump to be the new leader of the free world. Check also: How Africa Reacted When Trump Was Announced As The Next U.S. President Residents of K’ogelo Village (Obama’s father’s rural home) had predicted a big win for ...

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