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Uganda's leading independent daily
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Four Ugandan fishermen who were allegedly kidnapped by unidentified Congolese gunmen on Wednesday last week, have returned home http://bit.ly/2oXRzZQ
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Police in Mpigi District have destroyed five acres of marijuana in a five-hour joint operation with crime preventers at Kampiringisa village in Kamengo Sub-county http://bit.ly/2psFRHU
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Three Ugandan health workers have made it to the final shortlist of the inaugural Women in Focus Awards that will take place in Geneva, Switzerland this week http://bit.ly/2oNuYio
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In Daniella’s petition No. 72 of 2017, filed on April 18, 2017, she alleges that the singer batters her severely as well as tortures their biological children http://bit.ly/2oUTP4s

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Government has extended the deadline for Sim card registration to May 19 http://bit.ly/2omxyJx
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Government has proposed to increase gun licensing fees from Shs150,000 to Shs5 million for private gun owners according to the 2017/2018 financial year budget estimates http://bit.ly/2pfvx6e
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Motorists plying Mbale-Tirirnyi highway will have to find an alternative road after three bridges were last night washed away by floods after a heavy downpour http://bit.ly/2pdFiBI
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Police in Luweero have arrested 16 people who had been hired by Buganda Kingdom Finance Office, (Nkuluze) to evict 50 tenants from a piece of land in Bugabo village, Kalagala sub-county in Luweero District http://bit.ly/2oRxrc7
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It is close to a year since Phionah Nalubwama, 26, had an obstetrics fistula during the birth of her second child. Given her experience, she left her once desirable journalism career to switch to advocacy as a fistula ambassador http://bit.ly/2oHrazs
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A total of 1,957 new cancer patients were received and attended to at the Uganda Cancer Institute last year, according to the Ministerial Policy statement for the Financial Year 2017/2018 prepared by the Health minister, Dr Jane Aceng http://bit.ly/2oQKg6q
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