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Museveni’s American dilemma

                   Eyes on new U.S. President Biden for review of Uganda relations amid human rights violations Kampala, Uganda | IAN KATUSIIME | Ned Price, the U.S State Department spokesperson, during a press briefing on Feb. 23 said  new U.S. President Joe Biden’s government would consider a range of options for …

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U.S. equities post weekly losses amid rising bond yields

New York, U.S. | XINHUA | U.S. stocks declined in the volatile past week as a surge in bond yields unnerved investors who rushed to dump risk assets, especially high-flying shares. For the week ending Friday, the Dow lost 1.8 percent, while the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq fell 2.5 percent …

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Presidents who subvert democracy

They can hit a brick wall: ask Jacob Zuma, Trump | ROGER SOUTHALL | It can be tough when you are a former president in a democracy you have attempted to subvert, especially when that democracy comes back to bite you. Former South African president Jacob Zuma is finding this …

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U.S. equities notch best week since November

New York, U.S. | Xinhua | U.S. stocks advanced considerably in the week as retail trading frenzy cooled and Wall Street expected that a slew of downbeat data could boost the possibility of additional stimulus. For the week ending Friday, the Dow increased 3.9 percent, while the S&P 500 index and …

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Biden’s promise to Africa

  During their campaign, U.S. President Joe Biden and his running mate then, Vice President Kamala Harris set out the following agenda for the African Diaspora: The African diaspora community is one of America’s most diverse communities, inclusive of people who speak multiple languages, come from different socioeconomic backgrounds, and …

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Regime change in America

America’s past tells us the farce in Pennsylvania on Jan.05 and the tragedy in the Capitol Jan.06 have something unsettling in common. ANALYSIS | RICHARD PRIMUS | One day before a political mob stormed the U.S. Capitol, a less violent breach of norms dominated the day in a different capitol …

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