Police Infiltrated By Criminals – Museveni

[Monitor] Kampala -President Museveni has said criminals have infiltrated the Uganda Police Force and other security agencies, which has compromised investigations into high profile killings.

[Monitor] Kampala -President Museveni has said criminals have infiltrated the Uganda Police Force and other security agencies, which has compromised investigations into high profile killings.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Golf – Saina Weathers the Tricky Course to Lift Dig Trophy

[Nation] Three times Kenya Open champion Christopher Saina from General Service Unit (GSU) turned on style to win the Deputy Inspector General Kenya Police Service Trophy at Kenya Defence Forces Laikipia Range on Saturday.

[Nation] Three times Kenya Open champion Christopher Saina from General Service Unit (GSU) turned on style to win the Deputy Inspector General Kenya Police Service Trophy at Kenya Defence Forces Laikipia Range on Saturday.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

The United States and WFP Support Food-Insecure Populations in Sudan and South Sudan

[WFP] The ships, Maritime Faith and Liberty Grace, docked in Port Sudan and discharged over 47,880 metric tons of sorghum, over 20,000 metric tons of which will be transported through Sudan into South Sudan. In March and April, WFP will receive additio…

[WFP] The ships, Maritime Faith and Liberty Grace, docked in Port Sudan and discharged over 47,880 metric tons of sorghum, over 20,000 metric tons of which will be transported through Sudan into South Sudan. In March and April, WFP will receive additional ships carrying 47,500 metric tons of sorghum, more than 5,000 metric tons of lentils and nearly 1,700 metric tons of vegetable oil. The commodities on these ships, also donated by the United States, will feed South Sudanese refugees and internally displaced per

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

AG Defends N$36 Million Genocide Legal Bill

[Namibian] ATTORNEY general Sacky Shanghala hired Namibian and European lawyers for N$36 million to research and review documents on genocide in order to advise the government on how to approach Germany over the issue.

[Namibian] ATTORNEY general Sacky Shanghala hired Namibian and European lawyers for N$36 million to research and review documents on genocide in order to advise the government on how to approach Germany over the issue.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia