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Museveni calls for strengthening trade ties as Africa’s only chance against bullies

President Museveni has called on African countries to unite in trade through the Continental Free Trade Area (CFTA) as the only way to fight neo-colonialistic tendencies imposed on Africa by countries from Europe. The president made the plea at the 57th independence celebrations for Uganda held at Sironko District yesterday. …

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Tunisia’s jailed presidential candidate and media mogul set to be released

Ahead of Sunday’s presidential election run off, jailed Tunisian presidential candidate and media mogul Nabil Karoui will be released imminently. Karoui’s lawyer says the jailed presidential candidate will be released a few days to the second presidential election on 13th October. His release follows a successful appeal lodged by his …

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SYRIAN KURDS BETRAYED BY AMERICA AS TURKEY LAUNCH OPERATION PEACE SPRING President Donald Trump’s White House announced that the US will no longer be in the immediate area of Northern Syria. This announcement has given Turkey an open key to amass its troops, launch aerial attacks. Different voices say Syrian …

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Zimbabwe’s Mnangagwa attends Uganda’s 57th Independence Celebrations in Sironko District

The president of Zimbabwe Emmerson Mnangagwa is the chief guest at Uganda’s 57th independence celebrations being held today 9th October 2019 in Sironko District eastern Uganda. Mnangagwa is Zimbabwe’s third president since 24th November, 2017. A member of ZANU–PF and a longtime ally of former President Robert Mugabe, he held a series of …

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Heavy Security presence around Kyagulanyi’s home as police prevent him from performing

Police have deployed heavily around Kyadondo East member of parliament Robert Kyagulanyi’s home in Magere in effort to prevent him from holding his independence concert slated for today at ‘One Love Beach Busabala.’ The move comes after police yesterday declined to give Bobi Wine clearance to hold a concert at …

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Witness in Trump-Ukraine Matter ordered not to speak in Impeachment Inquiry

WASHINGTON — The Trump administration directed a top American diplomat involved in its pressure campaign on Ukraine not to appear Tuesday morning for a scheduled interview in the House’s impeachment inquiry. The decision to block Gordon D. Sondland, the United States ambassador to the European Union, from speaking with investigators …

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