Museveni sworn in as President amid controversy in Uganda

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Gloria Nakiyimba

Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has been sworn in as Uganda’s President. In his maiden speech after taking the Presidential Oath for another term of five years, president Museveni called upon African leaders to work for total peace in Congo, Burundi, Somalia and Central African Republic.

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Observations of an Expat: Gibraltar

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Tom Arms

Gibraltarians are happy people. They should be. The Rock is the second most prosperous territory in the EU. The economy is growing at an astonishing ten percent a year and has been for some time. Unemployment is less than half of one percent.

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Kenya to close down Dadaab camp hosting Somali refugees

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Dukhan Jundit

Further to the announcement earlier this week from the Kenyan government with regard to a plan to close two refugee camps, a decision has now been made in wake of mass condemnation to close only one.

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