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Driving the increase are the world's largest spenders, headed by the US, which spent $732 billion in 2019, a 5.3 percent increase, alone accounting for 38 percent of global spending

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Ms Robinah Nabbanja, the minister of state in charge of general duties at the health ministry confirmed the interventions and said the ministry is already working on them

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He says he rides over 50Km every day to deliver drugs to the patients not because he expects money, but only to help them

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This follows complainants that some district officials are mismanaging food and other donations

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The rain, which is said to have started at around 3.30pm and lasted for over three hours, left at least 100 families homeless

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Of the dangers that surround this coronavirus outbreak, misinformation and willful ignorance are among the deadlier ones. The facts are readily and easily available, so why are so many people so ignorant?

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Uganda Wildlife Conservation Education Centre says feeding animals under captivity has become a challenge because of lack of funds

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President Museveni had 600,000 followers as of March 1, according to the latest ‘World Leaders on Facebook’ rankings by global communications agency Burson Cohn and Wolfe

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Government officials raided a home in Kyengera Town Council eight month ago and took away children. We trace how the children ended up being denied freedom to unite with their families

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Ms Nabbanja said only essential commodities will be allowed into the country

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Uganda is on record for having decided to repatriate a Tanzanian and Kenyan truck drivers who tested positive for coronavirus

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The youthful legislator was arrested a week ago from his upcountry home in Buswabulongo, Mityana by a combined security detail

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Out of the confirmed foreign truck drivers, four Tanzanian and six Kenyan have returned to their respective countries

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The people held at the centre are mainly suspected to have come in contact with a Kenyan truck driver, who on Monday tested positive of Covid-19 at Elegu border point in Amuru District

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There are reports that Kim underwent a cardiovascular procedure earlier this month and was recovering at a villa in North Pyongan province

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The protestors accuse local politicians and land grabbers of being behind the RDC's arrest and court charges

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The deceased Muzamiru Mulimu, 25, was a resident of Nalubaale landing site in Bwema Sub-County, Buvuma District

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The appointment of Bainomugisha by Pope Francis was announced on Saturday afternoon by the apostolic Nuncio Luigi Bianco.

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A Tata lorry transporting sugarcanes collided with a Fuso lorry loaded with iron bars heading to Kampala City

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A celebrated war hero, he kept the British off for five years until he was shot and captured in 1899 and exiled to Seychelles until 1923

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After a search of one of the suspect's premises, police say they recovered more 29 forged Covid-19 car stickers

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On Thursday, Uganda joined other countries such as Kenya, Mauritius, Nigeria and Zimbabwe that have made similar appeals seeking to ensure that people and the economy are protected from the impact of Covid-19

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The town was thrown into confusion for a moment as security battled crowds along the main avenue as the ambulances arrived with the four patients

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Mr Charles Otto, the Pallisa District fisheries officer, warned the locals against using illegal fishing gears, saying his office would continue to conduct routine patrols

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