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By Vision Reporter

Added 27th September 2005 03:00 AM

‘Deport rebels’
KAMPALA, Monday — Uganda has told the DR Congo to arrest and hand over Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) rebels who have allegedly sought asylum in the state, officials said Monday.
Foreign minister Sam Kuteesa said Kampala had informed Kinshasa and the UN Mission in the

‘Deport rebels’
KAMPALA, Monday — Uganda has told the DR Congo to arrest and hand over Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) rebels who have allegedly sought asylum in the state, officials said Monday.
Foreign minister Sam Kuteesa said Kampala had informed Kinshasa and the UN Mission in the DRC of its request and was awaiting a response.

Arms law due
By Vision Reporter
A law regulating the manufacture, importation and export of small arms and light weapons in the Great Lakes region is due.
The director Regional Centre for small and light weapons in the Great Lakes region, Francis Sang, said this during the launch of the Uganda National Action Plan on Small arms and light weapons at Hotel Africa-na, Kampala, yesterday.

KCC probe
By Alfred Wasike
THE Government has appointed a commission of inquiry to investigate complaints about fraudulent sale of land in Kam-pala by city authorities. The five-member team is chaired by Prof. James Katorobo, with Paul Sagala, Charles Odele, Daniel Bwanika and Issa Gumonye as members.

AG directs
By Vision Reporters
Attorney General Dr. Kiddu Makubuya has said he will instruct permanent secretaries to issue circulars guiding civil servants who would like to resign to join politics. He was responding to concerns by MPs on the way forward for civil servants wishing to join politics.

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