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Ugandans die in Kenya cattle raid

Sixteen Ugandans have been killed in a cross-border raid by ethnic Pokot warriors based in Kenya. At the weekend, the Pokot crossed into Uganda and attacked Sundet camp for displaced people in Kapchorwa District. Cattle rustling is common on both sides of the border but in recent years the use of guns has made the problem far worse. President Yoweri Museveni has said pacifying the area of Karamoja in eastern Uganda is now a priority. According to Ugandan army spokesman Major Felix Kulayigye, the men were carrying assault rifles and after the raid left with stolen cattle. Full Story

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