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Uganda Parliament Pays tribute to the  fallen NRM Vice Chairman in charge of Karamoja, Simon Peter Aleper (Pictorial)

Views: 50 Simon Peter Aleper, the National Resistance Movement (NRM) Vice Chairperson for the Karamoja sub-region, died Tuesday following a fatal accident along the Iganga-Tirinyi Highway. The late Simon Peter Aleper (NRM Vice Chairman in charge of Karamoja) According to a statement by the Busoga East Region Police, the accident occurred around 1:00 am at […]

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Netanyahu delivers forceful defence of Israel in speech to US Congress

Views: 1 Straits Times WASHINGTON – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on July 24 turned an address to the US Congress into a forceful defence of Israel’s military campaign in the Gaza Strip. He cast it as a battle for the survival of the Jewish state while making almost no mention of the tens of

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Several flights between S’pore and Fuzhou, Manila, Taipei cancelled due to Typhoon Gaemi

Views: 2 Straits Times   SINGAPORE – Multiple flights between Singapore and cities affected by Typhoon Gaemi were cancelled or rescheduled on July 25, as the powerful typhoon heads towards southern China after sweeping past the Philippines and Taiwan on July 24. According to Changi Airport’s website, two Xiamen Airlines flights between Singapore and Fuzhou

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Boos, whistles: Israel national anthem, players loudly jeered at Olympics soccer game

Views: 1 ALARABIYA Israel’s national anthem was loudly jeered before its soccer team kicked off play at the Paris Olympics against Mali on Wednesday night. The game began with a massive security presence outside the stadium amid an increasingly strained international climate that has Paris’ safety efforts squarely in the spotlight. The Israel team arrived

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Frankfurt airport opens again after climate activists block runway

Views: 7 ALARABIYA Frankfurt airport, Germany’s busiest, has resumed operations after suspending flights on Thursday morning when several climate activists blocked runways by gluing themselves to the tarmac. Planes were able to take off and land again, the airport said on its website, but passengers were still advised to check on their flight status before

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Bangladeshi PM surveys destruction brought by days of deadly unrest

Views: 2 ALARABIYA Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina wept Thursday as she surveyed the destruction wrought by days of deadly unrest, as student leaders weighed the future of the protests that precipitated the disorder. Last week’s violence killed at least 193 people including several police officers, according to an AFP count of victims reported by police and

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Putin vows ‘retribution’ against those trying to ‘divide’ Russia

Views: 3 ALARABIYA Russian President Vladimir Putin vowed Thursday to crush anybody who tries to divide Russian society as he hailed the effectiveness and unwavering loyalty of his country’s powerful law enforcement agencies. Putin has escalated a decades-long crackdown on civil society, independent media and opposition amid his military offensive in Ukraine, with dissent and

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Australia sanctions Israeli settlers, youth group for violence against Palestinians

Views: 3 ALARABIYA Australia on Thursday imposed financial sanctions and travel bans on seven Israeli settlers and a youth group it said had been involved in violence against Palestinians in the West Bank. The group was responsible for inciting and perpetrating violence against Palestinians, while the settlers had been involved in beatings, sexual assault and torture and in

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Amnesty International calls for full Sudan arms embargo

Views: 4 ALARABIYA Amnesty International called on the United Nations Thursday to extend the arms embargo on Darfur to cover all of Sudan, in a report on weapons flooding the war-torn country. The 15-month war between Sudan’s regular army and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces “is being fueled by an almost unimpeded supply of weapons

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Israeli forces advance in southern Gaza, tanks active in Rafah

Views: 2 ALARABIYA Israeli forces advanced deeper into some towns on the eastern side of Khan Younis in southern Gaza on Thursday, hours after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told US lawmakers he was actively engaged in bringing hostages home. Fighting in recent days has centered around the eastern towns of Bani Suaila, Al-Zanna, and Al-Karara, where

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