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Spy On Neighbors Guests, Burundi Government Urges As Tension Worsens

Spy On Neighbors Guests, Burundi Government Urges As Tension Worsens

SHIFT MEDIA NEWS| Burundi’s government is asking families to record and notify authorities of any guests and spy on their neighbors’ visitors following a spate of cross-border attacks. Each home in the commercial capital, Bujumbura,…

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US to Re-evaluate’ Relationship With South Sudan

US to Re-evaluate’ Relationship With South Sudan

By Our Reporter| SHIFT MEDIA NEWS (UG) The United States says it will “re-evaluate” its relationship with South Sudan after the country’s leaders failed to form a transitional unity government by Tuesday’s deadline. The U.S.…

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Trump Impeachment Hearings Opens

Trump Impeachment Hearings Opens

AFP Washington The US House of Representatives launched momentous televised impeachment hearings on Wednesday as Democrats seek to make the case to the American public that President Donald Trump abused the powers of his office.…

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EAC Heads Of State Set For Nov 30 Arusha Summit

EAC Heads Of State Set For Nov 30 Arusha Summit

By The EastAfrican East African heads of state are expected in Arusha on November 30 for the 21st Ordinary Summit as the Community marks its 20th anniversary while faced with several unaccomplished goals. The Community…

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Kenya’s Population Shoots Up to 47 Million

Kenya’s Population Shoots Up to 47 Million

By Awori Esther Lucy NAIROBI, Kenya – The census done in Kenya in August last year has shown the nation’s population has shot up to 47.6 million up from the 37.7 million recorded in 2009.…

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EXCLUSIVE: First Ever Somali- Uganda Trade Economic Forum Planned for 2020

EXCLUSIVE: First Ever Somali- Uganda Trade Economic Forum Planned for 2020

By PATRICK JARAMOGI Mogadishu, Somalia: The Somali Charged’ Affairs in Uganda Ali has called upon Ugandans to embrace the mutual and cordial existing relationships between Uganda and Somalia to boost trade. Speaking in an exclusive…

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Attack on Mali Military Post Leaves 53 Soldiers Dead

Attack on Mali Military Post Leaves 53 Soldiers Dead

By AFP Bamako, Mali:  Fifty-three soldiers were killed Friday in a “terrorist attack” on a Mali military post in the northeast of the country, the government said. The assault is one of the deadliest strikes…

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Botswana Goes Into Most Fierce Polls On Wednesday

Botswana Goes Into Most Fierce Polls On Wednesday

GAROBONE –  A few hours from now, Botswana goes into polls, one believed by analysts as the most tense, and fiercely contested. Four Presidential candidates are set to compete for the seat in the Wednesday…

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Tension As Benjamin Netanyahu Fails To Form Coalition Government

Tension As Benjamin Netanyahu Fails To Form Coalition Government

By AFP Jerusalem, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu informed Israel’s president Monday he could not form a new government following deadlocked September elections, making way for his opponent Benny Gantz to try. The decision was an…

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Polls Open In Mozambique Amidst Tension

Polls Open In Mozambique Amidst Tension

By AFP Mozambicans began voting in a general election on Tuesday that some fear could test the country’s fragile peace, after a heated campaign marred by violence and allegations of electoral fraud The Frelimo party,…

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