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Angelina Jolie visits British military team in Kenya

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LONDON, United Kingdom This specialist instructional course hosted by the IPSTC is funded by the UK’s Conflict, Stability and Security Fund (CSSF) and delivered with the support of the British Peace Support Team (East Africa). Ms Jolie’s visit to the region has two distinct but complementary purposes: to highlight the continued plight of Africa’s refugees, marked yesterday by World Refugee Day; and, to maintain momentum behind the Preventing Sexual Violence Initiative, with the day before (19 June) being the UN’s International Day for the Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict. Ms Jolie participated in training delivered to military and police personnel involved in African Peacekeeping Missions who are often first responders following acts of sexual violence in conf

Angry parents blocked from accessing fire gutted school

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  By Ronald Kabuubi/KMAUPDATES 24th April,2017 Kampala,Uganda. Angry parents, guardians nearly fought the Police and School authorities for blocking them from entering  Mother Majeri Preparatory School in Kirinya that gutted fire  last night. The parents had stormed the School to check on their children if they were not injured in the fire that burnt the School. The Police said  it was beyond midnight and were asked to come back this morning. The parents were not convinced by Mr Mutebi Julius Nsubuga, the Mayor of Kira Municipality.They tasked him to explain about the Causalities that were seen in Ambulances being taken to different hospitals. Mutebi insisted that no one was injured  but all this fell on deaf ears o attracting even more anger from the parents saying Mu