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Vladimir Putin · Moscow
More than 700 detained following anti-mobilisation protest in Russia
Police monitoring group OVD-Info counted at least 726 people detained in 32 cities across Russia. Nearly half of them in Moscow, at rallies following the partial mobilisation designed to bolster Russia's operation in Ukraine. Kremlin defended the procedure on Thursday, saying "it isn't against the law"See the Story
47% Center coverage: 80 sources
Protestors · Baghdad
Iraqis gather in Baghdad to mark anniversary of 2019 anti-government protest
Iraqi security forces fired tear gas and stun grenades on Saturday to disperse stone-throwing protesters in clashes that wounded scores off Baghdad's Tahrir Square, where hundreds marked the anniversary of anti-government unrest in 2019.See the Story
38% Center coverage: 21 sources
Africa · Uganda
Another health worker succumbs to Ebola in Fort Portal
Margaret Nabisubi, an anesthetic officer, died Wednesday morning. The 58-year-old succumbed to Ebola at 4.33am at Fort Portal Hospital (JMedic) after battling the disease for 17 days. The death of health workers comes a week after President Museveni said the disease is easy to contain.See the Story
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Why investment in child protection is important
There’s also inadequate understanding of the magnitude of risks we run as a country should the protection of children not be given due attention and priority fundingSee the Story
Rwanda · Rwanda
Rwanda acquits three journalists detained for four years
Rwandan court acquits three journalists who had been detained for four years for allegedly spreading fake news. The three journalists were arrested in October 2018 during a crackdown on YouTubers critical of President Paul Kagame's government. The trio, who worked for Iwacu TV, were charged with inciting insurrection, spreading false information and publishing fake statements and pictures.See the Story
Port · Port
KDF vs UPDF: How Kenya and Uganda compare on military firepower
Uganda People's Defence Forces (UPDF) Commander General Muhoozi Kainerugaba tweeted that he and his army would only take two weeks to capture Nairobi. Global Firepower, which assesses countries' military strengths, ranks Kenya 81st out of 142 in its latest annual review, 11 slots above Uganda's 92.See the Story
Science teachers change status with new pay perks
Others have ventured into private investments such as shops and farmingSee the Story
How seven health workers contracted Ebola
At least seven health workers have contracted Ebola during the outbreak which was declared last week with around 65 health workers as contacts of the victims. Health ministry officials have blamed the infections among the health workers on low vigilance. Other medical superiors say workers were not provided with appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE)See the Story
Kyambogo in final push to recruit nine Cuban professors
Kyambogo University is in the final stages of hiring Cuban professors, the Vice Chancellor, Prof Eli Katunguka, has said. The university will require an extra Shs1.9b to employ the Cuban professors if they are to earn the Shs15.6m paid to Ugandan professors.See the Story
Nine face inciting violence charges for protesting construction of oil pipeline
Police said four of the nine suspects are university students while the rest were allegedly hired to take part in the protestSee the Story
What next for Muhoozi after removal from top army post?
Ugandan First Son Muhoozi Kainerugaba has been removed from the UPDF Chief of Land Forces (CLF) post and promoted to a four-star general in a mini-reshuffle. The sacking follows his Twitter meltdown a day earlier that sparked a diplomatic incident between Uganda and Kenya.See the Story