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Parliament Stands Firm on NITA-U’s Role Amid Rationalization Efforts

In the recently proposed bills aimed at rationalizing and merging agencies to reduce duplication and redundancy in mandates, Parliament has voiced strong support for preserving NITA-U. Established as an autonomous statutory body under the National Information Technology Authority, Uganda Act 2009, NITA-U plays a pivotal role in coordinating and regulating Information Technology services in Uganda, […]

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Rishi Sunak lands in Israel as world leaders seek de-escalation

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak speaks to the media after landing at Ben Gurion international airport Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has arrived in Israel where he is expected to press for humanitarian aid to be delivered to Gaza as soon as possible. His visit comes right after President Biden’s as world leaders step up efforts

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Tayebwa leads calls for European Union to stop exporting cancer-causing products to Africa at Brussels Conference

As sovereign nations, we must come together and face the European Union and others with  one voice in the fight against proliferation of hazardous and toxic products coming into our countries. EU didn’t do it alone, they had to come as a formidable group,  we must also unite and say, if there are specific countries

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BREAKING: Besigye arrested again

By Derrick Wandera/ Daily Monitor. Police arrest political activist, Dr Kizza Besigye after he tried to leave his home on May 23, 2022. Dr Kizza Besigye, The People’s Front for Transition (PFT) leader. Photo by Abubaker Lubowa/Daily Monitor. Police have arrested political activist and former presidential contender Kizza Besigye after he attempted to leave his home

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The Washington Post: Before and after images show record-breaking flooding in Australia

Compared with two weeks ago, portions of eastern Australia look almost unrecognizable. Over 16 days, unprecedented amounts of rain flooded Queensland and New South Wales. Blue waters became muddy brown and homes turned into swamps. The flooding event forced thousands to evacuate and caused at least 20 deaths. These images show the town of Beenleigh,

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Associated Press: 1 million children leave behind lives, friends in Ukraine

ZAHONY, Hungary(AP) — After bombs started falling in her hometown of Kharkiv, Annamaria Maslovska left her friends, her toys, and her life in Ukraine and set off on a days-long journey with her mother toward safety in the West. © Provided by Associated Press Annamaria Moslovska, a ten-year-old from Kharkiv, eastern Ukraine, smiles in a waiting

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AFP IAEA reports second Ukraine nuclear facility damaged

The International Atomic Energy Agency said Monday it has received reports of artillery shells damaging a nuclear research facility in Ukraine’s besieged second city Kharkiv, but there was no “radiological consequence”. © Sergey BOBOK A Ukrainian serviceman looks at the destruction caused by shelling in Kharkiv on March 7The Vienna-based UN body said Ukrainian authorities reported

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Ukraine-Russia war: Nigeria, others may face commodity supply disruptions, says IMF

The International Monetary Fund says countries that have very close economic links with Ukraine and Russia are at particular risk of scarcity and supply disruptions. © Thomson Reuters A mother reacts after seeing her son, one of the Nigerian students who arrived from Ukraine after fleeing Russian invasion, in Abuja, Nigeria, March 4, 2022. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde

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Ukrainians trapped in besieged city as fighting blocks evacuation efforts

LVIV/KYIV, Ukraine (Reuters) – About 200,000 people remained trapped in the besieged city of Mariupol on Monday after fighting stopped evacuation efforts over the weekend, with no sign that massive international sanctions were deterring Moscow from its invasion of Ukraine. Oil prices soared to their highest levels since 2008 in Asian trade after the Biden

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