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Speaker Among Dismisses Death Threats Against LOP Ssenyonyi

Speaker of Parliament Anita Among has dismissed concerns about assassination attempts on the Leader of Opposition (LOP) Joel Ssenyonyi, saying there is no reason why anyone would be interested in ending his life.

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Senegal set to host first Olympic event in Africa

Africa is anticipating the first-ever Youth Olympic Games to be hosted on the continent in 2026, in Dakar, the capital of Senegal.

Dubai airport chaos as UAE and Oman reel from deadly storms

Heavy rain has been battering Gulf states, causing flash floods that have killed 20 people and disrupted flights at the world's second-busiest airport.

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Losses as night fire ravages Nansana School dormitory

The territorial police at Nansana are investigating the circumstances under which a fire broke out at Little Muheji Nursery and Primary School, located in Nansana West 1B Zone. The incident occurred in the primary seven boys’ dormitory, known as Tassels.

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Kenya Defence Forces chopper crashes, kills five soldiers

A Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) helicopter on Thursday afternoon crashed and caught fire in Sindar area of Western Kenya, on the border of West Pokot and Elgeyo Marakwet counties.

Nigeria suspends permit of 3 private jet operators

Nigeria's Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has taken action against private jet operators flouting regulations by suspending the Permit for Non-Commercial Flights (PNCF) of three operators caught conducting commercial flights.

7 suspects arrested for gang raping girl in Bomet, Kenya

Seven suspects who recorded themselves gang-raping a woman in a village in Bomet were on Thursday arrested.

Why has the Somalia-Ethiopia row deepened?

Since the announcement of a deal between Ethiopia and Soamlia's breakaway region of Somaliland three months ago, tensions have been breewing between the two east African neighbours and security partners.

South Africa: Jacob Zuma cleared to run in upcoming elections

South Africa’s Electoral Court on Tuesday ruled that former President Jacob Zuma can run for office as a lawmaker in the upcoming election, overturning an earlier decision that had barred him from contesting the polls.
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Information from the Demographic health survey compiled by the Uganda bureau of statistics reveals a concerning trend of early sexual activity among Ugandan youth, with both men and women engaging in sex before marriage.
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