17 Dead as PLANE loaded with MONEY Crashes in South Sudan

By Xinhua A cargo plane carrying food, motorbikes and cash has crashed shortly after takeoff from the airport in the South Sudanese capital of Juba. Witnesses reported seeing several bodies. The Antonov An-26 aircraft was travelling to the city of Aweil in the northwest of the country. Videos and photos circulating on social media show smoke rising from the pieces of fuselage strewn across the crash site. Juba Airport Director Kur Kuol Ajieu told Anadolu that eight people were on board the plane, but he had no information as yet about…

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Museveni Outs List of ARCADES that RISK CLOSURE in his NEXT NATIONAL ADDRESS

By DailyNewsUG Correspondent, The overcrowding in downtown Kampala amid coronavirus outbreak pandemic is worrying ministry of Health officials.   Fifty nine (59) commercial buildings have been identified for not observing standard operating procedures for the management and control of COVID-19. The Minister in charge of Kampala and Metropolitan Affairs Betty Amongi told journalists earlier today that the city task force had inspected several commercial buildings especially arcades which were opened in July and found that several of them were not observing standard operating procedures. Many of the arcades were opened last…

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Army colonel Assimi Goita now Mali’s new military Strongman

By DailyNewsUG Correspondent, Colonel Assimi Goita speaks to the press at the Malian Ministry of Defence in Bamako, Mali, on August 19, 2020 after confirming his position as the president of the National Committee for the Salvation of the People (CNSP). PHOTO | AFP Summary There’s still no word on what will happen to Mr Keita going forward. The coup chiefs, meanwhile, called on the public to return to normal life. They made no reference to the detained leaders or their whereabouts. Army colonel Assimi Goita has been introduced as Mali’s new…

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