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By Vision Reporter

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BA flight cancelled
By Anne Mugisa
British Airways (BA) cancelled its Tuesday flight from London to Entebbe for 24 hours. BA, however, yesterday insisted the cancellation was due to a technical fault. Information sent to the British Council Kampala offices at 2:30am yesterday morning

BA flight cancelled
By Anne Mugisa
British Airways (BA) cancelled its Tuesday flight from London to Entebbe for 24 hours. BA, however, yesterday insisted the cancellation was due to a technical fault. Information sent to the British Council Kampala offices at 2:30am yesterday morning

BA flight cancelled
By Anne Mugisa
British Airways (BA) cancelled its Tuesday flight from London to Entebbe for 24 hours. BA, however, yesterday insisted the cancellation was due to a technical fault. Information sent to the British Council Kampala offices at 2:30am yesterday morning said the plane would be delayed for 24 hours due to technical problems.

Gadaffi sends message
By Vision Reporter
President Yoweri Museveni on Monday received a special message from the Libyan leader, Colonel Muamer Gadaffi.
The message was delivered at the International Conference Centre in Kampala by the Libyan Special Envoy, Dr. Muhammed al Shariff with whom the President discussed the African Union as well as trade and investment.

Over 19,000 people jailed
By Charles Ariko
THE number of inmates in Uganda’s 46 prisons has reached 19,000.
The Commissioner General of Prisons, Joseph Etima, told a senior prisons officers conference in Mukono that he had asked the Judiciary and organs involved in dispensing justice to speed up trials.

UK visa rules start March
By Richard Mutumba
THE new visa rules requiring visitors to the UK from Uganda and four other East African countries to be fingerprinted when applying for British visas comes into force in March. The British Home office said last week that visitors to the UK from Uganda, Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Tanzania would have to provide fingerprint data.

MUST set for graduation
By Simon Mugenyi
ALL is set for the 10th graduation ceremony of Mbarara University of Science and Technology on Saturday. Ten students will miss out due to non-payment of tuition fees and over 220 students will graduate in different disciplines.

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