Uganda receives emergency vaccine to combat yellow fever outbreak

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Gloria Nakiyimba

Uganda has received 714,579 doses of yellow fever vaccine, worth 643,765 US dollars for an emergency reactive mass vaccination campaign in Masaka and Rukungiri districts.

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Historical, political and legal justification of Tamils’ right of self-determination

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Thambu Kanagasabai

The UN covenant on civil and political rights, which came in to effect in 1966, lays down the right and principle of self-determination under Article 1 as follows:-

‘All people have the right of self-determination. By virtue of that they freely determine their political status and thereby pursue their economic, social and cultural development’.

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The girl in the white camisole escapes death

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Robert Kilborn

And there was war in heaven: Michael
and his angels fought against the dragon.
And the great dragon was cast out, that
old serpent, called the Devil, and Satan,
which deceiveth the whole world.
Revelation 12: 7-9

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Ethiopian forces rescue abducted South Sudanese children

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Dukhan Jundit

The Ethiopian government has rescued nineteen children who were abducted by the South Sudanese Murle tribe last month.

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