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US & Canada · United States

Man, 21, breaks into Dallas Museum of Art and causes $5.2m damage because he was 'angry at his girlfriend'

Coverage: 5 sources
Brian Hernandez, 21, destroyed a sixth century Greek amphora and a pot that dates back to 450 BC, according to Dallas Police documents.See the Story

PICTURES: CJ Dollo visits Bulange Mengo to apologise to Kabaka

Chief justice Alfonse Owiny-Dollo has tendered another apology, this time in person to Buganda kingdom over his recent outburst. While addressing mourners at the residence of the deceased speaker in Muyenga, Kampala last week, the chief justice blasted the people in the diaspora for protesting against Oulanyah's treatment in the US.See the Story
Morgan Freeman

Why is Morgan Freeman permanently banned from visiting Russia?

The ban follows the US sanctions imposed on the country over its invasion of Ukraine in February. Among the names on the updated list of Americans who are no longer permitted into Russia are President Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris, and former secretary of state Hillary Clinton. The list also includes Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Morgan Freeman, the Academy award-winning actor.See the Story
Animals · Kenya

'Help! Lion!' Turns out it was just a shopping bag

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
The bag had a picture of a lion embossed on it, and was placed among the bushes by a woman. She had been out of the house when she was told about the sighting. A similar incident took place last month in Oldham, Greater Manchester, when a man spotted a 'lion' in his garden.See the Story

Liberal MP calls for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's return to Australia

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Liberal MP Jason Falinski says he hopes the Morrison government can negotiate for Assange to be returned to Australia. A British court has approved his extradition to the United States. If extradited, he faces 17 espionage charges and one related to computer misuse. His legal team say he could face up to 175 years in prison.See the Story
Muhammadu Buhari · Plateau

Buhari reacts as terrorists gun down over 100 in Plateau

President Muhammadu Buhari has reacted to the killing of over 100 residents of Plateau State by a terrorist group. Reports earlier emerged that gunmen killed at least 142 persons in fresh attacks on communities in Wase and Kanam Local Government Areas of the state. The president, in a statement by his spokesman, Garba Shehu said the perpetrators should not be allowed to escape justice.See the Story
Africa · Uganda

Speaker Among commends Cuba for support to Uganda - Watchdog Uganda

Uganda and Cuba have enjoyed excellent diplomatic relations since Cuba opened its diplomatic mission in Kampala in the 1960s. Speaker Anita Among has commended the Government of Cuba for its continued support towards the implementation of various development programmes in Uganda. She made the remarks during a meeting with Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla, Cuba's Minister of Foreign Affairs.See the Story
Immigration · Germany

Kakwenza children’s passports are ready for collection - Immigration

Kakwenza is exiled in Germany and claims Ugandas government is stop his children from joining him thereSee the Story

As contractor closes Nsambya Road, transport fares may rise

The road Clock Tower to Nsambya has been temporarily closed, causing gridlockSee the Story
Yoweri Museveni

Museveni to continue with army meetings as reports of army discontent grow

The army was placed on high alert amidst fears of a possible coupSee the Story

Nyanzi vs Nsereko: With a bye-election, the NUP 'wave' may defeat Nsereko

Nyanzi accused Nsereko of stealing his victory and so Nyanzi wants a fresh voteSee the Story

Of 495, 299 applicants to UPDF pass tests for disability, STDs

Applicants to join the national army were mostly found to be unwell or unfit in Lira districtSee the Story

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