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Russia is trying to convince African nations that food shortages caused by the invasion of ...

Business Insider 25 Jul 2022
Russia and Ukraine recently reached a deal to restart grain exports. Russia attacked a port the next day ... Lavrov is also due to visit Ethiopia, Uganda and the Republic of the Congo, the BBC reported. He wrote in newspapers published in those countries that the idea Russia was "exporting famine" was actually Western propaganda, the BBC reported ... ....
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In this handout photo released by Russian Foreign Ministry Press Service, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, left, and Egyptian Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shoukry pose for a photo prior to their talks in Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, July 24, 2022.
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Ukraine war: Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov seeks Arab world's support

BBC News 24 Jul 2022
It is the first stage for Mr Lavrov of a brief tour of Africa taking in Ethiopia, Uganda and Congo-Brazzaville. In an article published by local newspapers in the run-up to his tour, Mr Lavrov said his country had always "sincerely supported Africans in their struggle for freedom from the colonial yoke" ... Related Topics ... .
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Once darling of UK right, Priti Patel's future on line in asylum battle

The Times of India 15 Jun 2022
LONDON ... They are Gujarati Indians from Uganda who fled to Britain in the 1960s and set up a chain of newspaper shops, shortly before dictator Idi Amin expelled Asians from the East African country ... She left in 2000 to work in public and corporate relations, including for drinks multinational Diageo ... It was short-lived ... Looking for Something? ... .
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Claims of fake academic certificates dog Kenya poll race

Joy Online 14 Jun 2022
Kenyans on social media have also been mocking him for allegedly manipulating academic documents to show that he attended a university in Uganda, after a Kenyan university said he had taken a degree course there but had not graduated. Local newspaper Daily Nation has reported on ...
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Uganda makes about-face in dealing with cryptocurrencies

The Bitcoin News 09 Jun 2022
As recently as April, the Monitor newspaper reported that Matia Ksaija, Uganda’s Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development, had concerns about cryptocurrencies because they would allow opportunities for money laundering and the sale of prohibited goods and services.
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Mira Nair celebrates re-release of romantic drama ‘Mississippi Masala’

Boston Herald 22 May 2022
“This came about really because of being a brown person between Black and white ... Black, white and brown ... “About the Asian expulsion from Uganda to Mississippi, amongst many other places, I read a very weird, strange article in a diasporic Indian newspaper ... “They were very similar in that in Uganda, Asian Indian Africans had never known India ... ....
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In Tanzania, Hope Rises for a Better Journalism Climate

Beijing News 06 May 2022
Samia Suluhu Hassan delivered her remarks on Tuesday, World Press Freedom Day, at a gathering of journalists, government officials and others in Arusha, in northern Tanzania, according to The East African newspaper ... Based in Nairobi, he monitors Tanzania and Uganda.
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Plane skids off runway at Entebbe airport

Business Ghana 21 Apr 2022
Uganda's main newspaper, Daily Monitor, reports that 20 of the 60 passengers on board are scheduled to attend the birthday party of President Yoweri Museveni's son Muhoozi Kainerugaba.
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Cold war echoes as African leaders resist criticising Putin’s war

The Observer 28 Mar 2022
Western officials have been particularly disappointed by Uganda, which has received huge sums of western aid ... Nicholas Sengoba, a columnist with Uganda’s Daily Monitor newspaper, said that many authoritarian African leaders like Museveni were pleased to see Putin “stand up to the big boys in the west.”.
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Africa mostly quiet amid widespread condemnation of Russia

The Spokesman-Review 20 Mar 2022
KAMPALA, UgandaUgandan President ... representative said Uganda abstained from the U.N ... Nicholas Sengoba, a columnist with Uganda’s Daily Monitor newspaper, said that many authoritarian African leaders like Museveni are pleased to see Putin “stand up to the big boys in the West.”.
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Africa remains mostly quiet in Russia-Ukraine conflict

Arab News 20 Mar 2022
Nicholas Sengoba, a columnist with Uganda’s Daily Monitor newspaper, said that many authoritarian African leaders like Museveni are pleased to see Putin “stand up to the big boys in the West.” ... The post was later deleted, but his son Kainerugaba, who commands Uganda’s infantry forces, was unambiguous in his remarks on social media.
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Report: East Africa pipeline 'breaches banking principles'

Hickory Record 07 Jul 2022
Oil wells will be drilled within Murchison Falls National Park, western Uganda ... Summer temperatures can hit 104 Fahrenheit (40 degrees Celsius) in Uganda ... “TotalEnergies and CNOOC have the financial muscle and technical know-how to deliver a world-class project" wrote Elison Karuhanga, a prominent oil attorney, in Uganda’s Daily Monitor newspaper.
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Report: East Africa pipeline ‘breaches banking principles’

Metro USA 05 Jul 2022
Oil wells will be drilled within Murchison Falls National Park, western Uganda ... “TotalEnergies and CNOOC … have the financial muscle and technical know-how to deliver a world-class project” wrote Elison Karuhanga, a prominent oil attorney, in Uganda’s Daily Monitor newspaper. Additional reporting by Rodney Muhumuza in Kampala, Uganda.
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UK climate protesters glue themselves to Constable frame

The Associated Press 05 Jul 2022
Oil wells will be drilled within Murchison Falls National Park, western Uganda ... Summer temperatures can hit 104 Fahrenheit (40 degrees Celsius) in Uganda ... have the financial muscle and technical know-how to deliver a world-class project' wrote Elison Karuhanga, a prominent oil attorney, in Uganda’s Daily Monitor newspaper.
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Uganda, China bolster ties in 60-year journey

People Daily 01 Jul 2022
The state-owned newspaper New Vision, together with the Chinese embassy, have launched the fifth My China Story Essay Competition, which opens up a platform for Ugandan public and diasporas in China to share their encounters visiting, living, studying and working in China, or ...

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