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2 Ugandans in Rwanda killed under tension at the border – The Zimbabwe Mail

KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) – Uganda's police said Sunday that two Ugandans were killed by Rwandan security forces in an incident that could exacerbate the tension between the two East African countries. Elly Maate, police spokeswoman for Uganda's Kigezi region bordering Rwanda, said the victims smuggled tobacco into Rwanda. "These two Ugandans were shot by Rwandan security forces at around 8:00 …

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Pope wants to visit South Sudan next year, urges the unity government

Francis spoke of the crisis in the country's newest country, three days after his president and a former rebel leader agreed to postpone the formation of a unity government by 100 days beyond 12 November, which would extend the original deadline in the country presented last May. FILE: Pope Francis. Image: @vaticannews / Facebook.com. VATICAN CITY – Pope Francis said …

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SA Tourism welcomes the decision to abandon unabridged birth certificates for minors

The current South African Tourism (SA Tourism) CEO, Sthembiso Dlamini, welcomed the news that international minors traveling to South Africa with their parents do not need full birth certificates or informed consent. Aaron Motsoaledi comes into force in October and will take effect immediately. "The news will be welcomed by everyone in the tourism industry, both in South Africa and …

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Member of the ANC Youth League shot dead

Yesterday's meeting of the ANC Youth League National Task Force in Tshwane ended violently after a member was shot and killed. The shooting took place after a dispute broke out between a Hammanskraal faction and a group from Mamelodi. The National Task Force has held meetings across the country to prepare for the National Conference of the League, which is …

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Sadc observation mission supports Mauritius poll

The Herald Zvamaida Murwira Senior Reporter The Sadc Election Observation Mission to the 2019 General Election in Mauritius, led by Foreign and Foreign Trade Minister Dr. Ing. Sibusiso Moyo has described the surveys that have just been completed as professionally organized and conducted in a peaceful environment. President Mnangagwa, chair of the Sadc organ for Politics, Defense and Security, appointed …

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Assange "can die in prison," warns father

The Chronicle WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's father said he feared his son would die in prison after nine years of "persecution" for venturing to expose US "war crimes." John Shipton said in Geneva that he had visited his son two days ago in a British jail and "had to face the bitter truth" that he could "die in prison". "This …

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The anger grows as families bury the dead after the attack on Burkina Faso

The Chronicle OUAGADOUGOU – The relatives of people killed and survived this week in an attack on a bus convoy of miners in Burkina Faso were increasingly angry on Saturday for what they had done lacked support from government agencies and mining companies. Hundreds of relatives, friends and colleagues of the victims waited for hours to recover their bodies from …

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WA Forecast – San Antonio Express News

WA Forecast for Monday, November 11, 2019 _____ City / Town; Weather conditions; Maximum temperature (F); Lowest temperature (F); Wind direction; Wind speed (MPH); Humidity (%)); rain probability. (%); UV Index Arlington; Partly sunny; 58; 39; e; 5; 78%; 28%; 1 Bellingham; Partly sunny; 55; 41; W; 3; 66%; 56%; 1 Bremerton; Partially sunny; 59; 42; NE; 6; 76%; 27%; …

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Inflation out of control: Guvamatanga

George Guvamatanga has found that the tax deducted from the 2% tax on mobile transactions despite criticism that it is inflating inflation. The government collects an average of $ 100 million every month through the tax, which was declared illegal by the High Court in September. Guvamatanga (GG) told Alpha Media Holdings chairman Trevor Ncube (TN) on the platform In …

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Zimbabwe – Mozambique discuss expansion of fuel line

Zimbabwe wants to pump more fuel from Beira in Mozambique to Feruka near Mutare and then on to Msasa in Harare. This requires an upgrade of the pipeline pair, and how this can be done yesterday was at the center of discussion between President Mnangagwa and a special representative of his Mozambican counterpart, President Filipe Nyusi. The Special Representative, Carlos …

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