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TITANIC 100

Wreaths were cast at sea and a memorial garden was unveiled Sunday April 15th in events worldwide to remember the over 1,500 people who died in the sinking of the RMS Titanic ocean liner exactly a century ago on its maiden voyage.

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TODAY IN HISTORY

April 14th, 1994- Belgium withdraws its troops from the UN peacekeeping force in Rwanda as the slaughters escalate.

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Kamuli girl who walked 12km for ARVs dead

Rachel Namulondo, the 17-year-old girl who has been trekking for 12 kilometers for five months to pick her ARV's from Kamuli Main Hospital in Kamuli district, has died.

Namulondo, whose plight ran in New Vision, died in her 85-year-old grandfather’s hut in Gwozira zone in Nabwigulu sub-countyTuesday night.

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Uganda Pays Tribute to National Anthem Composer

Uganda’s Information minister says George William Kakoma, the composer of the country’s national anthem, will be buried Saturday following a state funeral.

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Mali's junta 'may charge' President Toure with treason

Mali's ruling military junta has said it is considering charging the ousted president with high treason.

Coup leader Capt Amadou Sanogo said the junta may also charge Amadou Toumani Toure with financial misconduct.

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Court fines MP sh6m for embezzling sh20m

Bukonzo East Member of Parliament, Yokasi Bihande Bwambale has admitted stealing sh20m meant for his constituency.

Bwambale on Tuesday pleaded guilty to the charges of embezzlement and uttering false accountability to the chief accountant of Parliament.

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UK and France sign nuclear energy agreement

The UK is to sign a deal with France to strengthen co-operation in the development of civil nuclear energy.

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Wikileaks suspect Bradley Manning to face court martial

Alleged Wikileaks suspect Bradley Manning is to face a court martial, the US Army has confirmed.

Private Manning, 24, an intelligence analyst who served in Iraq, is alleged to have leaked US government cables to the whistle-blowing website.

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Anglican Archbishop Orombi to retire in June

Archbishop Henry Luke Orombi has called for the election of the next Archbishop of the Church of Uganda.  The announcement came during a regularly scheduled meeting of the House of Bishops on Saturday, 7th January, in Mbarara.

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Flights open Uganda to the world
Entebbe International Airport is experiencing a rise in passenger traffic and flights ...

HTC gets playful with quirky Re camera
The Taiwanese company announced the new camera on Wednesday, along with the Desire ...

Kim Kardashian & Kanye West Will Have THREE Ceremonies When They Get Married?!
Kim Kardashian must really like the number three. Kanye West is her third husband ...

Kenyan trio triumphs at Belgrade Marathon
Bernard Kipkorir Talam led a Kenyan trio to win the Belgrade Marathon on Sunday, ...

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