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‘The Book of Mormon’ Sets Broadway Return in November

The Hollywood Reporter 16 Jun 2021
The Book of Mormon follows a pair of clueless Mormon missionaries in Uganda. Since opening in March of 2011, the show has become among the most successful in Broadway history, with nine Tony Awards and numerous other recognitions including five Drama Desk awards and a Grammy for best musical theater album.
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Karamoja region : Sustainable agriculture to fight food insecurity in Uganda

Reliefweb 15 Jun 2021
The Karamoja region is the driest and poorest region of Uganda ... Throughout history, the Karamojong people of northeastern Uganda have practiced traditional pastoralism ... In 2020, over 100 people were killed in cattle raids in this region of Uganda ... JUDITH ... The project has increased food availability at household and at community level in Uganda. .
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Discover a new show to stream this weekend

The Philadelphia Tribune 28 May 2021
Jupiter’s Legacy... How African American Cuisine Transformed America’In this four-part series, Oscar-winning documentary filmmaker Roger Ross Williams (known for “Life, Animated,” “God Loves Uganda” and “The Apollo”) tackles the complicated African American history of cooking and eating in the community, from the days of slavery to now ... ....
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Daggers drawn: Uganda's ruling party ditches Speaker Kadaga as new parliament sits

Ghana Web 24 May 2021
She has already made history as the first female Speaker of Uganda’s Parliament and while breaking ranks with ruling party to run as Independent is an historic, winning would place her in good stead to become Uganda’s longest-serving Speaker of Parliament. If she garners majority votes today, Ms Kadaga will have double celebrations ... .
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David Hockney: The Arrival of Spring, Normandy 2020 review – pixels at dawn

The Observer 23 May 2021
Armitage’s fantastical dreams are mesmerising, vast and densely worked on cloth made out of lubugu bark by the Baganda people of Uganda. All of his paintings speak, however obliquely, to cultural assumptions about African history and politics ... It is a bit ancient history and a bit ...
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Land of opportunity and victory for Nonnewaug’s Sheikh

Republican American 18 May 2021
Sheikh’s father, Amjid, was a top-flight tennis player in Uganda, where he won the national junior singles and doubles titles at age 19 and represented the nation in the first All-Africa Games in the Congo in 1965. In 1971, Uganda fell under the rule of Idi Amin, who would become one of the most brutal despots in world history ... Nick (Conn ... .
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Land of opportunity and victory for Nonnewaug coach Sheikh

Republican American 18 May 2021
Advertisement. Sheikh’s father, Amjid, was a top-flight tennis player in Uganda, where he won the national junior singles and doubles titles at age 19 and represented the nation in the first All-Africa Games in the Congo in 1965. In 1971, Uganda fell under the rule of Idi Amin, who would become one of the most brutal despots in world history ... .
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Exiled from Uganda: the Asians searching for meaning

The National 02 May 2021
Forty years have passed since Idi Amin, the violent dictator of Uganda, expelled the Asian community from the country ... Many Asian families had been settled in Uganda for more than 100 years and had made a home and a life there ... Both her parents were born and brought up in Uganda's capital city, Kampala, while she has spent her life in the UK.
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Iran names suspect in attack on Natanz nuclear facility

Yahoo Daily News 19 Apr 2021
A screengrab of the report by Iran’s state-run broadcaster IRIB showing a man identified as Reza Karimi (IRIB via AP, File) ... The apparent Interpol Red Notice listed his travel history as including Ethiopia, Kenya, the Netherlands, Qatar, Romania, Turkey, Uganda and the United Arab Emirates ... IRIB via AP, File ... “We need now more detailed work.” ... .
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Iran names suspect in Natanz attack

Shenzhen Daily 18 Apr 2021
While the extent of the damage from the April 11 sabotage remains unclear, it comes as Iran tries to negotiate with world powers over allowing the U.S ... The supposed Interpol “red notice” listed his foreign travel history as including Ethiopia, Kenya, the Netherlands, Qatar, Romania, Turkey, Uganda and the United Arab Emirates ... (SD-Agencies). .
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Iran names suspect in Natanz attack, says he fled country

Dawn 18 Apr 2021
Reza Karimi. TEHRAN ... Already, Iran has begun enriching uranium up to 60 percent purity in response three times higher than ever before, though in small quantities ... The supposed Interpol red notice listed his foreign travel history as including Ethiopia, Kenya, the Netherlands, Qatar, Romania, Turkey, Uganda and the United Arab Emirates ... .
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Speaker Hails ‘Decisive’ 60% Enrichment Response to Plot

Kayhan 18 Apr 2021
The decision followed an act of sabotage at the facility, which is among the sites being monitored by the IAEA under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) ... The Interpol "red notice” listed his foreign travel history as including Ethiopia, Kenya, the Netherlands, Qatar, Romania, Turkey, Uganda and the United Arab Emirates ... ....
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Top Israeli general: 60% enrichment showed Iran prepared for attack the head of military intelligence for the Israeli army

Press TV 18 Apr 2021
However, Tehran’s immediate launch of the 60-percent enrichment debunked those claims ... Iran produces first batch of 60% enriched uranium ... The Interpol "red notice” listed his foreign travel history as including Ethiopia, Kenya, the Netherlands, Qatar, Romania, Turkey, Uganda and the United Arab Emirates ... The report also showed centrifuges in a hall ... .
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Tehran names Natanz 'sabatuer': State identifies Iranian-born prime suspect who fled country 'hours before' cyber ...

The Daily Mail 18 Apr 2021
Iran has named a suspect in the attack on its Natanz nuclear facility that damaged centrifuges there, saying he had fled the country 'hours before' the sabotage happened ... The supposed Interpol 'red notice' listed his foreign travel history as including Ethiopia, Kenya, the Netherlands, Qatar, Romania, Turkey, Uganda and the United Arab Emirates ... .
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Iran says suspect in Natanz attack fled

Taipei Times 18 Apr 2021
AMID NEGOTIATIONS. Tehran for the first time confirmed that there was an explosion at its main nuclear facility on April 11, but denied that it was caused by a cyberattack ... The supposed Interpol notice listed his foreign travel history as including Ethiopia, Kenya, the Netherlands, Qatar, Romania, Turkey, Uganda and the United Arab Emirates ... .
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