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Uganda Begins Election Campaign Amid Call for ‘Level Playing Field’

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Uganda Begins Election Campaign Amid Call for ‘Level Playing Field’

Candidates running in Uganda’s February presidential election officially began their campaigning Monday, while Human Rights Watch called on the government to ensure a “level playing field” for everyone. Uganda’s Electoral Commission approved a list of eight candidates, including President Yoweri Museveni’s bid for a fifth term and opposition leader Kizza Besigye’s fourth attempt to knock the president from power. Human Rights Watch issued a statement ...

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    Zimbabwe’s ‘iconic’ lion Cecil killed by hunter

    A Western hunter could face criminal charges after allegedly paying a park ranger £36,000 to kill one of Africa’s most famous lions, it has been reported. Cecil, who was about 13-years-old, was lured out of Zimbabwe’s biggest national park and ...

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    Scores Killed in Boko Haram Raids in Lake Chad Villages

    At least 13 suspected Boko Haram militants and three civilians were killed in separate attacks over the weekend after the insurgents raided several remote localities around Lake Chad, Chadian security sources said on Monday. The insurgents also are suspected of ...

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    Obama warns AU leaders in Ethiopia speech

    US President Barack Obama has warned that Africa will not advance if its leaders refuse to step down when their terms end. He also called for an end to the “cancer of corruption”, saying it took money away from development ...

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    New Ebola case marks disease’s return to Liberia

    The body of a dead Liberian man has tested positive for Ebola – the country’s first reported case since it was declared free of the disease. Deputy health minister Tolbert Nyenswah said tests confirmed that the 17-year-old man, from a ...

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