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    In Uganda, Love (and Elections) in the Air on Valentine’s Dayi
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    Jill Craig
    February 14, 2016 7:51 PM
    Red and pink flowers, chocolates, and heart-shaped gifts mark Valentine’s Day around the world. But here in Uganda, where voters are gearing up for presidential elections on Thursday, people are preoccupied with the campaign season, in addition to love.

    In Uganda, Love (and Elections) in the Air on Valentine’s Day

    Jill Craig

    Published February 14, 2016

    Red and pink flowers, chocolates, and heart-shaped gifts mark Valentine’s Day around the world. But here in Uganda, where voters are gearing up for presidential elections on Thursday, people are preoccupied with the campaign season, in addition to love.


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    by: dominic wuor from: Denver Colorado USA
    February 15, 2016 10:48 PM
    this good new this year you need new president 2/18/2016 no old president Yoweri (k) Museveni No you need new president in Uganda need the new leaders no Museveni

    by: acho mich chiebere
    February 14, 2016 7:55 PM
    Im impressed by the qlity news in voa