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The US, which currently has between 12,000 and 13,000 troops in Afghanistan, could draw that number down to 8,600 within months of the agreement being signed.

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She said that this could expose children to side effects since there are some cases where children are given antimalarial drugs when they do not have malaria

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The firms are Middle East Consultants, Elite Placement Consulting, Eagle Supervision, Elite Winners Agency, Spotlight International and High Ground International Limited

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The project is in fulfilment of President Museveni’s pledge to athlete Moses Kipsiro after he won two gold medals at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi

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Pastor Florence Lanyero is said to have threatened more than three people by sending them her pictures while clad in army uniforms

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The survey was conducted in the 10 districts of Soroti, Kaberamaido, Bukedea, Kumi, Ngora, Serere, Kalaki, Kapelebyong, Amuria and Katakwi

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The UN rights convention says children must be allowed to grow, learn, develop and flourish with dignity

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Shafiq Mbogo, a fourth-year private student at Shenyang University was found dead outside his hostel

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Police said the accident happened after a Uganda Prisons truck collided with a taxi

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Otim blamed the poor performance on his detractors whom he claimed have been looking for his index number for the last two months after he quit People Power

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Physics and Christian Religious Education follow in fourth and fifth position at 96.1 and 93. 1 per cent respectively

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Mr Vincent Sempijja, The Agriculture minister, yesterday said the plane could not swing into action because the special chemical for use was not in place

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MPs say political parties should “clean their own houses” so that members do not run as independents

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Ms Kagina also announced that there will be an upgrade of 1,715km of roads whose procurement is underway

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Only 10 per cent of last year’s UACE candidates offered science combinations

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The Supreme Court confirmed the scrapping of the age limit for the presidency, allowing Museveni, in power since 1986, to stand for re-election in 2021

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World Health Organization (WHO) chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus pleaded with African Union states "to come together to be more aggressive in attacking" the virus

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Treasury secretary says the dialogue is an opportunity to discuss complex issues associated with debt acquisition and management

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More than a half of the candidates who sat the 2019 examinations scored at least two principal passes, which make them eligible to join any university for a degree course

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The health minister, Dr Ruth Jane Aceng, said the screening exercise will be carried out at all national mass gatherings

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Francis, 83, had appeared earlier in the week to be suffering from a cold

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At least 1,264 students who graduated in December 2017 and had already collected their transcripts, have returned them with complaints of errors thereon and quality

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Locusts were first seen in the DRC on February 19 in the territory of Aru, in Ituri, Jean-Francois Kamate, agricultural inspector for the area, told AFP

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By pushing ahead with the inauguration, Embalo bypassed the Supreme Court, which he said did not have authority to rule over the result dispute

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Prior to the case in Nigeria, there had been just two cases across the continent in Egypt and Algeria

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