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“100,000 hurt by Total’s Ugandan Oil Operation” French activists says

“100,000 hurt by Total’s Ugandan Oil Operation” French activists says

FEATURED, Latest News, Oil & Gas
Over 100,000 people in Uganda and Tanzania have been hurt by human rights violations linked to the Total's TOTF.PA oil operations in Uganda, two French activist groups said in a report on Tuesday. Friends of the Earth and a second group called Survie are seeking a court order requiring Total to disclose how it is addressing the adverse impact from its activities, citing an obligation to do so under French law. Total had no immediate comment on the report. The French company has previously said it was working in Uganda in compliance with national and international standards. The campaign groups, along with Ugandan activists, have alleged that Total intimidated and failed to properly compensate local landowners affected by work on its Tilenga project in Uganda, and said e...
Uganda is now Reopen for  Tourists, to Stay 33ff Away from Gorillas.

Uganda is now Reopen for Tourists, to Stay 33ff Away from Gorillas.

FEATURED, NEWS, Tourism, TRAVEL
Uganda is now welcoming international visitors, meaning you can once again take advantage of the country’s beautiful national parks. You just need to show evidence of a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of landing in the country and undergo health screenings on arrival, including temperature checks. Anyone showing symptoms will be taken to an isolation center at a local hospital by ambulance to take a test. eet Masks must be worn at all times in the airport and while traveling through any of the country’s 10 national parks, like Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Kibale National Park. Visitors to national parks will be required to bring at least two N95, surgical, or double-layer cloth masks with filters, and temperature checks will also be in place at park entra
Fifth Gorilla Birth in Bwindi/Uganda in just 6 weeks

Fifth Gorilla Birth in Bwindi/Uganda in just 6 weeks

FEATURED, NEWS, Rwanda, Tourism
This has increased the family membership to 18 taking the tally of new births to 5 in just six weeks. The Uganda Wildlife Authority [UWA] confirmed on Monday that The Rushegura gorilla family, welcomed yet another baby gorilla to mother Ruterana.  This has increased the family membership to 18 taking the tally of new births to 5 in just six weeks. The birth marks Ruterana’s third offspring. 18-year-old Ruterana was born on 1 January 2002. As she approached 12 years old, Ruterana gave birth to her first offspring on 13 September 2012 but sadly the first offspring succumbed to Pneumonia while only a fortnight old.  However, this did not retard Ruterana’s unstoppable resolve to procreation and on 10 May 2016, she gave birth to her second offspring, a vibrant juvenile fe
Celebrities, fans mourn death of ‘Black Panther’ star Chadwick Boseman, 43

Celebrities, fans mourn death of ‘Black Panther’ star Chadwick Boseman, 43

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The "Black Panther" star, 43, was memorialized on social media, where many expressed shock as news of his death spread. As news of actor Chadwick Boseman's death at the age of 43 spread, people around the world — both celebrities and regular folks — paused to remember the impact Boseman had on their lives. The "Black Panther" star died from colon cancer, his family announced late Friday, after fighting for his life for the past four years. “A true fighter, Chadwick persevered through it all, and brought you many of the films you have come to love so much," a post from his family on his Instagram said, in part. "From Marshall to Da 5 Bloods, August Wilson’s Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom and several more, all were filmed during and between countless surgeries and chemotherapy. It wa