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Dominic Ongwen guilty, says ICC

He was not a puppet on a string, judges rule | THE INDEPENDENT | On Feb.04, the International Criminal Court (ICC) found Dominic Ongwen guilty for a total of 61 comprising crimes against humanity and war crimes, committed in northern Uganda. Ongwen was found guilty for attacks against the civilian …

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KADAGA VS OULANYAH: Too close to call!

NEWS ANALYSIS | URN  | For his strictness, time management and no-nonsense attitude, Jacob Oulanyah has won some souls as an ideal speaker for the Ugandan Parliament. But he has also lost some, who believe that he does not give members as much time to speak, as Rebecca Kadaga does. Each …

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Climate Adaptation Summit 2021

Global leaders commit investments and partnerships on effects of climate change | THE INDEPENDENT | African and European countries and international institutions have announced that they will jointly invest more in climate adaptation in Africa. The pledges were among initiatives in the Adaptation Action Agenda unveiled at the first online …

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Only 200 at Owobusobozi Bisaka’s burial

  Kagadi, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Only 200 people have been allowed to attend the burial of Desteo Owobusobozi Bisaka, the head of Faith of Unity. Bisaka is being laid to rest this afternoon at the Faith of Unity Healing City Kapyeemi in Muhorro town council in Kagadi district. …

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Can’t stop watching ‘bad’ TV?

This is why you are not alone ANALYSIS | JOHN ELLIS | TV viewing has become more important during the pandemic, but a sense of shame still lingers around it. Even TV scholars still use the term “guilty pleasures” to describe their enjoyment of reality TV or series which attract …

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