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Six to hang
kampala — The Court of Appeal has upheld a death sentence against six people. The appellate court agreed with the trial judge, Mary Maitum, that Silver Hategeimaana, Nestori Bizigwiru, James Mande, Rosesira Kamaguju, Viene Mutagoma and Augustine Hakiza killed Mukakwini on June 18,

Six to hang
kampala — The Court of Appeal has upheld a death sentence against six people. The appellate court agreed with the trial judge, Mary Maitum, that Silver Hategeimaana, Nestori Bizigwiru, James Mande, Rosesira Kamaguju, Viene Mutagoma and Augustine Hakiza killed Mukakwini on June 18,

Six to hang
kampala — The Court of Appeal has upheld a death sentence against six people. The appellate court agreed with the trial judge, Mary Maitum, that Silver Hategeimaana, Nestori Bizigwiru, James Mande, Rosesira Kamaguju, Viene Mutagoma and Augustine Hakiza killed Mukakwini on June 18, 2000 over witchcraft.

LRA kills 5
KITGUM — Five passengers, including a soldier, were killed while three others were seriously injured when their vehicle fell into an LRA ambush on Monday. The incident occurred at Lapana in Namokora sub-county. RDC Lt Okot Lapolo said six rebels were involved.

Court frees
IGANGA — The district court has set free five Mayuge district officials accused of causing a sh2b financial loss. On Thursday, Iganga Chief Magistrate Charles Serubuga released chief administrative officer Dunstan Balaba, internal auditor Sulaiman Natyaba and education officer Stephen Kyakwise, works secretary Fred Musenero and engineer Fabian Wanjusi on the advice of the Director of Public Prosecution.

Pope sick
VATICAN CITY — Pope Benedict XVI did not take part in the second session of a synod of about 200 bishops on Monday afternoon because he had a toothache, he told the synod’s secretary, Croatian Bishop Nikola Eterovic, at the end of the morning session.

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