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the capital and largest city of Uganda on the north shore of Lake Victoria

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The pub, in Kampala, Uganda, is the reincarnation of a premises that was knocked down thousands of miles away in Drogheda, Co Louth.
The man, 72, was stopped by police at Heathrow on Friday morning after arriving with the girl on a flight from Kampala, Uganda.
All money raised will go directly to support Stoke Park's sister school, Bright Future Primary School in Kampala, Uganda.
Officials said after the aircraft took incoming fire, they turned around and headed to Kampala, Uganda.
We chose to build in the modern capital of Kampala, Uganda, a dense urban centre currently limited to pre-broadband speeds.
M23 occupied Goma last November for 10 days, but withdrew to begin talks with the DR Congolese government of President Joseph Kabila in Kampala, Uganda.
2013 held in Kampala, Uganda, under the theme "Developmental Local Government: Putting Local Government at the Heart of Development.
KAMPALA, Uganda (TAP) - Ugandan health officials declared the country free of an Ebola outbreak blamed for 17 deaths since late July.
The participating teams are expected to arrive in Kampala, Uganda on 15 December.
AlMansoori Specialized Engineering (MSE), a leading Abu Dhabi-based oilfield service company, has expanded its operations into East Africa by opening its first office in Kampala, Uganda.
4G networks provider Alvarion Ltd (Nasdaq:ALVR) announced on Tuesday that mobile broadband Internet and applications service provider Foris Telecom Group Ltd has successfully launched its 4G network in Mozambique and Kampala, Uganda.
KAMPALA, Nov 30, 2010 (TUR) -- Uganda's vice-president received Turkey's deputy prime minister and state minister in Kampala, Uganda on Tuesday.
Clinton said: "I join President Obama in strongly condemning today's attacks in Kampala, Uganda targeting innocent spectators watching the World Cup final.
Guest speakers included the choir's founders Gary and Marilyn Skinner and senior pastors of Watoto Church in Kampala, Uganda.
Bitone operates from a rented home, supported by Ugandan and US Rotarians, that can accommodate up to 25 children in Lugoba village, in Kawempe division, Kampala, Uganda, six kilometres from the capital city of Kampala.