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The explosion took place on Tuesday in northwest Uganda. (Photo Credit: Representational/ Unsplash)

  • The kids found the explosive in the bushes in West Nile region
  • This marks the second fatal accident involving leftover ammunition in Adjumani region
  • West Nile is a conflict ridden region since 1990 following the disputes between LRA rebels and the government

The elections in Uganda saw the death of at least 54 people. (Photo Credit: AP/PTI)

  • Yoweri Museveni won with 58.6% of the votes, despite a stiff battle from former ragga singer Bobi Wine
  • Wine was among 10 opposition candidates and came second with 34.8% of the vote
  • The election was marked by harassment and arrests of the opposition, attacks on the media

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Museveni has ruled Uganda without pause since seizing control in 1986. (Photo credit: Twitter/@KagutaMuseveni)

  • Yoweri Museveni is accused of crushing the opposition and media in recent years
  • Museveni won with 58.6 percent of votes, seeing off a stiff battle from the former ragga singer Bobi Wine
  • Bobi Wine was among the 10 opposition candidates and came second with 34.8 percent of the votes