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Uganda police arrest opposition figure to prevent rallies

KAMPALA (Reuters) - Police arrested Uganda's leading opposition figure on Monday saying he was about to stage illegal rallies, in what will be seen as the latest crackdown on dissent in the oil-rich African country.Full story

At least 30 killed by fuel truck explosion in Uganda

KAMPALA (Reuters) - At least 30 people were killed and scores more injured when a fuel tanker exploded on a highway in Uganda, a major transit route for fuel heading from Kenya to land-locked east African states, a police spokesman said on Sunday. Full story

Ugandan police fire tear gas at journalists protesting crackdown

KAMPALA (Reuters) - Ugandan police fired tear gas at journalists in the capital Kampala on Tuesday who were protesting against a media crackdown after press reports sparked a rare public debate on who will succeed aging President Yoweri Museveni. Full story

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Using the direct selling methods developed by Avon, American Chuck Slaughter set up a not-for-profit medical company called Living Goods in Kampala, Uganda.
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Sauda Baubidia, 28, says working for the Living Goods team "has moved me from zero to a hero." Using the direct selling methods developed by Avon, American Chuck Slaughter set up a not-for-profit medical company called Living Goods in Kampala, Uganda.
Sauda Baubidia, 28, says working for the Living Goods team "has moved me from zero to a hero." Using the direct selling methods developed by Avon, American Chuck Slaughter set up a not-for-profit medical company called Living Goods in Kampala, Uganda.

Sauda Baubidia, 28, says working for the Living Goods team "has moved me from zero to a hero." Using the direct selling methods developed by Avon, American Chuck Slaughter set up a not-for-profit medical company called Living Goods in Kampala, Uganda.

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