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  1. Marin campaign promotes clean cookstoves for UgandansRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Marin Independent Journal

    A Ugastove heats food for a family in Uganda. The devices can save families an average of about $110 a year.

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  2. Kibuule seeks talks with security guardRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Daily Monitor

    KAMPALA. The State minister for Water, Mr Ronald Kibuule, has sent emissaries to a female security guard who is accusing him of assaulting her, to settle the case out of the criminal justice system as pressure mounts on him to resign.

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  3. Kingdom protests giveaway of hotelRead the original story

    10 hrs ago | Daily Monitor

    Jinja. Busoga Kingdom has urged President Museveni to prevent the planned takeover and redevelopment of Ripon Falls Hotel, a facility constructed in 1950, saying it is a key tourist attraction for Busoga sub-region.

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  4. Rugunda assures UN of support for refugeesRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | New Vision

    Rugunda said during a joint press briefing with Grandi in Kampala that Uganda is facing a lot of challenges, especially feeding the refugees fleeing conflict in South Sudan. PIC :UNHCR head Grandi and Rugunda shake hands after a joint press conference in the Office of the Prime Minister building Prime Minister Ruhakana Rugunda has assured the visiting United Nations High Commission for Refugees boss, Filippo Grandi, that Uganda will continue its support to refugees despite challenges.

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  5. Scientists taking to the sky to track global povertyRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | NewsOK.com

    In an image from Nov. 22, when many people started traveling for Thanksgiving, cloud cover draped over the U.S. East Coast from a cold front that stretched from New England south into the Gulf of Mexico. On Nov. 23, that cold front still lingered although it moved further east.

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    20 hrs ago | New Vision

    CECAFA general secretary Nicholas Musonye addressing the media at the launch of the CECAFA Women Championship at FUFA House in Mengo on Monday. Photo by Stephen Mayamba Uganda Crested Cranes will face their Kenyan counterparts in the official opening match of the revived CECAFA Women Championship at Njeru Technical Centre on September 11. It will be the Crested Cranes' back-to-back international encounter against Kenya.

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    21 hrs ago | New Vision

    PIC: 760 Ugandan Muslims are traveling to Mecca this year. KAMPALA - This year, there are more Ugandans doing the annual pilgrimage to Mecca, also known as Hajj.

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  8. Uganda: Birders Flock to Uganda UK StandRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | AllAfrica.com

    Uganda Tourism Board recently attracted bird watching enthusiasts at the British Birding Fair which was held at Egleton, Rutland, in the English Midlands. Uganda was among several participants who turned up to showcase bird watching attractions with the hope of drumming up new business.

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  9. The new way scientists are tracking global povertyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 28 | Deseret News

    In an image from Nov. 22, when many people started traveling for Thanksgiving, cloud cover draped over the U.S. East Coast from a cold front that stretched from New England south into the Gulf of Mexico. On Nov. 23, that cold front still lingered although it moved further east.

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  10. Kiprotich is worth more to Uganda than UCC's Mutabazi and rolexRead the original story

    Saturday Aug 27 | Daily Monitor

    I saw him but I was not sure it was him. I was on a Kenya Airways flight to Nairobi.

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  11. I flew coach on the 'world's best airline' - and it wasn't that greatRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 26 | Silicon Alley Insider

    I recently made the trek from New York City to Entebbe, Uganda, which entailed nearly 24 hours of travel both ways - in economy class. Prior to this, the most time I'd ever spent on an airplane for a single trip was only nine hours, so I wasn't entirely thrilled at the idea of being stuck in coach for so long.

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  12. Tickets, video centre of Fufa, Lorenzen falloutRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 25 | Daily Monitor

    "I said I couldn't even make up my mind because you guys haven't satisfied your part of the deal," Lorenzen, as revealed to Daily Monitor, told Micho. Werder Bremen's Lorenzen trains with Cranes in May. Coach Micho says Cranes will miss the extra impetus he would bring to the team.

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  13. To support peace, we must learn the ground truth about conflictRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 25 | Daily Monitor

    As a former soldier and police officer, I have seen for myself the ways that conflict and strife can tear people down, and experienced first-hand how people focused on a common good can work together to build healthy societies back up. As Canada's Minister of National Defence, I had the privilege of spending a week visiting Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and the Democratic Republic of Congo to learn more about how Canada can collaborate with these nations and contribute to conflict prevention and peace support operations.

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    Wednesday Aug 24 | New Vision

    The committee's concern arose from an audit report that identified that the Kampala Express Highway is costing about $2million and the same in Ethiopia is about 1.4million dollars per kilometer lane. PIC: The Uganda National Roads Authority boss Allen Kagina appearing before the Commissions, Statutory Authorities and State Enterprises Committee of Parliament to answer audit queries raised by the Auditor General, at Parliament Photo by Kennedy Oryema The Parliamentary Committee on Statutory Authorities and State Enterprises has given the Uganda National Roads Authority two weeks to produce a report explaining how one contractor was sourced for the Kampala Entebbe express Highway.

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  15. flydubai participates in Dubai Tourism's first-ever East Africa roadshowRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 24 | Rwanda EYe

    Dubai-based carrier showcases its services and offerings in Uganda and Tanzania highlighting its affordable and reliable direct air links to Dubai and increased frequencies. Dubai-based carrier showcases its services and offerings in Uganda and Tanzania highlighting its affordable and reliable direct air links to Dubai and increased frequencies Dubai-based airline flydubai is participating in Dubai's Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing's first-ever East Africa roadshow joining 14 Dubai-based partners in showcasing a wide range of services and upcoming attractions.

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    Wednesday Aug 24 | New Vision

    It is a shame for us to fail to know what is happening in our nation and we leave it for others. By David Serumaga I attended a press briefing at Uganda Media Centre held by Uganda Tourism Board where top members in the tourism sector had hired a public relations media team to market Uganda in German.

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    Wednesday Aug 24 | New Vision

    PIC: UK MP Sarah Champion talks to Village Health Team member Annet Obore and Senior Nursing Officer Irene Nabukwasi while other visiting British MPs Nigel Evans and Matthew Offord look on during an inspection of Kiswa Health Centre IV on Tuesday. KAMPALA - A team of British legislators are in Uganda to assess the immunization programme in various health centres, a programme largely funded by Global Vaccine Alliance .

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  18. Dubai tourism to open Kampala to the worldRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 23 | Daily Monitor

    Dubai Tourism shows commitment to Uganda by embarking on it's first-ever road show on the street of Kampala, casting Uganda in a lights it would not have taken years to generate. The same will also be done by 14 Dubai partners in Kenya and Tanzania.

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  19. All Africa Pool Championship logo launchedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 23 | New Vision

    Preparations for the All Africa Pool Association Blackball Championship due in Kampala have reached a new level with the launch of the event logo. State minister for sports Charles Bakkabulindi who officially unveiled the logo alongside National Council of Sports secretary Nicholas Muramagi promised to support the event due November 1-5.

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  20. Dubai to inspire Ugandan tourism with regional road showRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 23 | New Vision

    An elephant at Aberdare National Park in Kenya. The road show will go through three East African cities.

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