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Uganda in sanctions crisis

Targeting of top officials by U.S. puts country in diplomatic minefield Kampala, Uganda | IAN KATUSIIME | For the fourth year in a row, the Uganda government has been on the receiving end of sanctions from the United States which accuses it of overseeing deteriorating human rights in the country. …

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IN THE INDEPENDENT: Uganda in US sanctions crisis

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | These are the top stories in this week’s THE INDEPENDENT. COVER STORY Uganda in sanctions crisis: Targeting of top officials by U.S. puts country in diplomatic minefield THE LAST WORD Behind DRC entry into the EAC: How Museveni’s and Kagame’s military adventures have contributed more …

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The world must avoid another food crisis

It is becoming clear that the Ukraine war’s economic and humanitarian repercussions – especially rising food prices – will be felt far beyond Europe, and international community must act now. COMMENT | NGOZI OKONJO-IWEALA | The war in Ukraine is causing immense, heart-wrenching human suffering. At the World Trade Organization, …

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Battling illicit trade

Private sector wants government to up game to protect genuine manufacturers Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Ugandan companies including Unilever, Uganda Breweries Limited and BAT Uganda are carrying out sensitisation workshops countrywide to weed out illicit trade. Joanita Menya Mukasa, the managing director for Unilever Uganda said on March.16 …

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