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Police slumps, dies after shooting civilian in Kenya

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The Officer in Charge of Molo police post in Molo Sub county in Tororo District has collapsed and died after he allegedly shot one person during a bar fight.
Siraj Tibata died on Monday at about 1am after collapsing at Aqua’s drinking joint situated in Magotes trading centre along Tororo- Mbale road.
Eyewitnesses told this reporter that the officer collapsed and died at the scene after realizing that he had shot one of the civilians during the fight.

“Tibata had led other officers to the drinking joint to contain the chaos but during the fracas, he accidentally shot one Dominic Omaset. Shortly, he collapsed and died under unclear circumstances,” Mr John Opio, one of the residents said.

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Omaset was reportedly hit by a stray bullet. He was first admitted to Hope clinic before he was transferred to Tororo hospital for better medication.

Though the residents told newsmen, that Mr Omaset was a friend to the deceased.
Molo Sub County LCIII Chairperson, John Emiriat explained that Tibata was pronounced dead at Hope clinic, where he had been taken.
“We suspect that he died of shock after realizing that he had shot someone,’’ Mr Emiriat, said.
Mr Emiriat describing Tibata as a disciplined officer blamed the residents for not being law abiding.

The District Police Commander, Mr John Rutagira Musimenta confirmed the death and said investigations were underway to establish facts of the case.
‘’As a family of police, we are bereaved. We have, however, initiated investigations to establish the cause of his death,” he said.
Mr Rutagira said no one had been arrested in connection to the officer’s death.

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Spice Girl Emma Bunton to host the Great American Baking Show

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Spice Girl Emma Bunton is the new presenter of the US version of The Great British Bake Off.



The Great American Baking Show will return to TV in the US later this year with Paul Hollywood returning as judge.

Baby Spice said it was her “dream job. Christmas time, eating cake and having such a brilliant time with Spice, Sherry and Paul.”

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Sherry Yard will join as a judge and Bunton will co-host with American footballer Anthony ‘Spice’ Adams.

Bunton revealed on her Heart Radio show that she has already started filming for the show – and was very excited.

“Just being in the famous tent – honestly it took me a week to get used to being in the tent,” she said.

Bunton added that working with Hollywood was “great fun”.

“I had lots of fun with Paul. He’s got a great sense of humour. I did watch out for him [though, as] he can be trouble. He’s got those eyes. Don’t look in his eyes!”

The Great American Baking Show was pulled off air last year after allegations of sexual harassment surrounding judge Johnny Iuzzini.

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UK minister pulls out of Saudi summit

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The UK’s International Trade Secretary Liam Fox has pulled out of attending an investment conference in Saudi Arabia next week.



It comes amid allegations the country was behind the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

Mr Khashoggi has not been seen since entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on 2 October, where Turkish officials allege he was killed.

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Saudi Arabia, which denies the killing, allowed investigators inside overnight.

The Dutch and French finance ministers, as well as several other politicians and business leaders, have said they are pulling out of the event.

However, a number of major businesses – including Goldman Sachs, Pepsi and EDF – are still intending to go despite growing pressure for a boycott.

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