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World’s Aljazeera And BBC Media Houses Published Bobi Wine’s Situation

With news from the World’s Aljazeera, the ‘People Power’ and Uganda’s Nelson Mandela, Hon. Robert Kyagulanyi Sentamu alias Bobi Wine has crossed boundaries in relation to the unfair judgement between his fellow opposition members and the Government. Check also: Sad News! Media Personality J Kazoora Behind Bars In Luzira Prison Therefore, the well-known big International medias, including Aljazeera And BBC have exposed ...

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Uganda’s President Opposed South Sudan Arms Embargo

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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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50 People Killed And Many Others Injured In Orlando Mass shooting

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Friends and family members embrace outside Orlando Police headquarters on Sunday, [9]after a mass shooting at the Pulse nightclub,[4] which left at least 50 people dead. Check also: 7 People Shot In Random Michigan Shootings Police have confirmed that 50 people were killed in the Sunday morning shooting rampage at an Orlando nightclub, [4]making it the deadliest mass shooting in ...

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Uganda: 30 People Held Over Coup Plot Against Kaguta Museveni

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UGANDA – Soldiers and an opposition MP among those suspected of planning an armed uprising against President Yoweri Museveni.[9] Check also: Dr. Kizza Besigye charged with treason At least 30 people,[6] including serving soldiers and an opposition MP, have been arrested on suspicion of plotting to overthrow Uganda’s government,[5] the country’s army has said. Army spokesman Colonel Paddy Ankunda told ...

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Mugabe Frees Thousands of Prisoners

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President Mugabe has pardoned more than 2000 inmates across the country in a move set to de-congest national prisons and promote better living conditions, with the exception of those serving time for violent crimes such as murder, armed robbery and rape. Check also: Zimbabweans show support for Robert .M in ‘Million-Man March’ This comes as President Mugabe extended the amnesty on May ...

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