KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) — At least 20 people have been killed in two separate motor accidents in Uganda, including an explosion involving a fuel tanker in the country's west, police said Monday, in incidents highlighting growing road safety concerns in the region. A fuel tanker exploded Sunday after losing control and ramming two commuter taxis and a car in a western district. The fire from the tanker sparked "three smaller secondary explosi... (Date:08/19/2019 11:24) Read full article >>

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