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During his legal or judicial career, he spoke tranquilly but the outcome of his words made things move

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The pressure was mounted on South Sudan by the Eala members on October 3, when they called for the suspension of the world’s youngest nation

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At the launch of the talks in Juba, President Museveni called on the warring Sudan parties to negotiate and end the conflict

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More than 60 men in the district have embraced the procedure despite myths surrounding it

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The vendors claim Bwala Hill Road, whose drainage channel was blocked, allows sewage to flow into their stalls thus destroying their merchandise

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This was after he entered a plea bargain with the state

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Mr Karamagi revealed that the project will be funded by South African based Degitech Energy Company Ltd

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Locals say teachers have shunned schools over long distance, and lack of accommodation

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Ms Ntarutaimana states that up to date the goods have never been delivered

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Dr Onyachi says some staff were not complying with payment of maintenance fees while others had allocated the houses to their friends and relatives for years

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One of the residents says the deceased had on several occasions told them that he was fearing for his life as he kept getting threats from the suspects for refusing to sell the land

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The traders wondered if the President’s delay to assent to the Bill is as a result of favouring the landlords who were opposed to most provisions in the Bill

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Dozens more protesters assembled outside the parliament building, dispersing hours later after a stand-off with police

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Dr Aceng explained that in the recent past, Uganda has experienced Measles and Rubella outbreak in over 60 districts upon which background they decided to launch the immunisation campaign

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The student wants both the school headmaster and board chair arrested for denying him exams

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Vadera has been chairwoman of Santander UK since March 2015, making her one of the few women to lead a major UK bank

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The judge said the interpreter from Makerere University could not attend court because he had been threatened

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Mike Katongole has been found guilty of defiling his seven-year-old neighbour’s daughter

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The exercise is aimed at curbing illegal fishing on water bodies

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Representatives of the landlords say their intention to open the land boundaries is to confirm the number of sitting tenants

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The report attributed the rise in early child bearing to low education attainment among girls

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The project was commissioned in 2013 to boost agricultural productivity in the area

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Justice Byabakama said they are not sure what will happen after electoral reforms have been passed because the budget, road map and work plan for the next elections have already been drawn

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KCCA’s acting executive director says the initial consent judgment to deploy and compensate the 11 employees be quashed since they had lied to both KCCA and court

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St Francis Hospital, Naggalama, in Mukono District had detained the mothers and their new-born babies since August

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