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Two Held In Thailand Over Sex Trafficking
Two Ugandan citizens are languishing in a Thailand prison on allegations of trafficking humans as sex objects.

Police Commissioner in charge of anti human trafficking Moses
Uganda Spends $18M On Military Purchases

Uganda spent $18 million on Military purchases in 2017, a sharp rise from the less than $1million they spend the previous year.

This is according to the latest report
Dubai Ruler Rescues Women Stranded In Desert
A woman had an unexpected encounter with the Ruler of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum after her car became stuck in the Dubai desert.

Uganda Scores Poorly In Happiness Survey
Uganda has ranked a miserable 135th out of 156 countries in the latest World Happiness Report released by the United Nations.

Uganda scored 4.1 out of a possible 10 in the global
North American 2026 World Cup Bid Confirms 23 Host Cities
The North American 2026 World Cup bid committee have released the 23 cities available for hosting duties during the event.

The 17 of the cities are in the United
Cameroon President Calls First Cabinet Meet Since 2015
Cameroon’s octogenarian President Paul Biya, who has ruled the central African country with zero tolerance for dissent for a third of a century, will hold his first
Tonnes Of Gold Fall From Plane In Russia
MOSCOW—Russian news reports say the hatch of a cargo plane carrying precious metals accidentally flew open upon takeoff — scattering at least 3 tons of gold on the runway.

Mugabe Blasts 'Coup' Ouster, Doesn't Want Return To Power
Former Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe described his departure from office in November as a "coup d'etat" that "we must undo" in his first TV interviews since
FIFA Says 1.3 Million World Cup Tickets Already Sold
Over 1.3 million tickets have been allocated both to domestic and international football fans after the closure of the first period of Phase 2 of ticket sales for the
FDC's Mwiru Wins Jinja East MP Seat
NRM pulled all the stops but went home with a bloody nose after the Electoral Commission declared FDC’s Paul Mwiru the new MP for Jinja East.

With 6,654 votes, Mwiru left NRM’s Igeme