1.PLE BEGINS TODAY 640,000 PUPILS SIT FOR THEIR FINAL EXAMS
Primary seven candidates begin their final primary leaving examinations today throughout the country. Over 640,000 pupils are expected to sit for their exams in 12,391 centers,311,511 of the candidates are male while 329,340 are female….Watchdog

2.BESIGYE TELLS MAKERERE STUDENTS TO DEFY MUSEVENI’S DIRECTIVE TO CLOSE THE UNIVERSITY
The defiant former presidential candidate Dr Kizza Besigye has told students of the struggling Makerere University to defy President Yoweri Museveni’s directive of closing the university. According to Besigye,Makerere University students and staff should defy this ridiculous order….Watchdog
3.UGANDA,RWANDA, KENYA FORM JOINT TOURISM COMMITTEE
Uganda,Rwanda and Kenya have formed a joint Tourism Marketing Committee to among other things to promote East African tourism sites at the World Travel Market Exhibition in London, starting next week(7-9) November…. NewVision

4.PLE PAPERS FOUND OPEN IN BUKOMANSIMBI
Two schools were stranded as their exams packages came while open in Bukomansimbi district. According to the District Education Officer Patrick Zziwa,two schools were affected and these were Nabigobe Primary sch and Misanvu Demonstration school…. Daily Monitor

5.BOKO HARAM SURVIVORS SEXUALLY ABUSED BY GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS AT SAFE CAMPS
Women and girls who survived Book Haram violence were rapes by government officials at camps in Northern Nigeria where they sought safety, according to a New Rights Group Report. Dozens of victims who stayed at camps for the displaced told Human Rights Watch they were sexually abused or coerced into sex by camp leaders, vigilante group members,policemen and soldiers. CNN International

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