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Gaaga Bus Burns to Ashes

A Gaaga bound bus registration number, UAP 759 H has just caught fire around Matugga bursting into flames that reduced it into ashes. Passenger who escaped without injury but lost property could not establish the cause of the fire. However efforts to save the bus and properties yield no fruit as the fire brigade reached when the fire was at ...

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Passengers Cry Foul Over Arua High Way Robbery

Fear rocked the 9pm California bound bus from Arua to Kampala as armed robbers attacked passengers on board and robbed then their hard earned money and property. The incidence occured near BONDO MILITARY BARRACKS during the wee hours of the night where even after the robbery, the victims where stripped naked.

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Man Kills Grandmother over illusions that she is a cat, Opium Case Suspected

ARUA. A 29 year old man, a resident of Metino Parish Mugoyo Village Abuku Sub County Koboko district has puzzled locals in the area after killing his grandmother on illusion that she was a cat.   The suspect had dropped her step mother in Koboko town after a burial in Moyo and was now going back to Moyo but fuel ...

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Lumbermen Arrest for destroying Forest

Two youths who were trying to make a future by felling trees for timber at Zoka Forest located between Amuru and Adjumani have been arrested. The two not named herein alleged that they were authorized by the chairman LC 1 Apaa who we could not reach but still tracing out to ascertain these claims. As the tension in Apaa seems ...

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Yumbe bans sale of charcoal

Yumbe. Yumbe District council has passed a by-law banning the sale and transportation of charcoal in bulk in the district. The by-law was passed last Friday following public outcry over rampant cutting down of trees. More than 10 trucks leave the district daily, carrying sacks of charcoal. However, the district council resolved that charcoal will only be used locally and ...

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6,000 refugees face hunger over food delays

About 171 groups (approximately 2,500 people) in Masindi District have for the last five years benefited from the Shs4.7 billion given under Northern Uganda Social Action Fund (NUSAF II) programme to improve their household income. However, leaders say majority of the them have remained poor. Masindi NUSAF II desk officer Richard Kiiza said whereas the district has not performed very ...

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