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Museveni Expresses Sympathy, Calls for Patience Over Katuna Border Closure

President Yoweri Museveni has expressed sympathy to the citizens of Uganda and Rwanda that have been affected by the closure of the Katuna border and called for patience, saying a lasting solution is being sought to solve the problem. He expressed optimism that with the independent facilitators from Angola and

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Uganda Releases 13 Other Rwandan Nationals Ahead of Museveni-Kagame Meeting

Uganda has let go of 13 Rwandan nationals who were previously detained in Ugandan prisons, a move to ease the tensions between the neighbouring countries. The release of the Rwandan nationals is a follow-up action to an agreement that was signed in August in Luanda. The 13 were paraded at the

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Rwanda Withdraws from the 2019 CECAFA Cup as Uganda Hosts Tournament

  Rwanda will not take part in this year’s Cecafa Senior Challenge Cup which will be hosted in Uganda m. During the draws of the regional championship on Sunday, a delegation from Rwanda said the country’s football national team, Amavubi would not be able to take part due to lack of funds.

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Uganda Authorities Hand Over Body of Rwandan Killed at Border

Ugandan Authorities have Monday (May 27, 2019) handed over to Rwanda the body of John Baptist Karengye, a Rwandan national that was shot dead by Rwandan armed forces at the Ugandan Border with Rwanda. Karengye, 25, was shot dead in the Ugandan territory as he tried to cross back to Rwanda

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“Rwanda’s Allegations Against Uganda are False” – Government

Government through the Foreign Affairs Ministry has termed Rwanda's allegations against Uganda as false. This follows the closure of the Uganda-Rwanda border at Gatuna for over a week. The Rwandan government last week denied Ugandan cargo trucks from accessing Rwanda through three border posts and also warned their citizens from crossing

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FDC Spokesperson Ibrahim Ssemujju Nganda

FDC: Museveni, SFC Commander Nabasa Beating War Drums

Opposition Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) party has accused President Yoweri Museveni and  Special Forces Command (SFC) commander Maj Gen Don William Nabasa of beating war drums. Adddressing reporters at party headquarters at Najjanankumbi in Kampala on Monday, FDC spokesperson Ibrahim Ssemujju Nganda said the party was “is concerned with war

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