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  3. A US citizen Kimberley Sue Endecott and John Paul a Ugandan driver were on Tuesday kidnapped by armed men in the Queen Elizabeth National Park in southwest Uganda, authorities have said. Police, Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) and Uganda Tourism Board (UTB) in a joint statement said on Wednesday that the two were kidnapped near Katoke Gate in the Queen Elizabeth National Park between 5pm and 7pm after their car was ambushed by the four armed men. “On April 2, 2019, between 5pm and 7pm, four armed men ambushed a tourist van that was on a Game Drive in the Queen Elizabeth National Park. The outlaws put the occupants under gun point and abducted two of them; a Ugandan driver and an American Citizen. The kidnapping happened between near Katoke Gate in the Queen Elizabeth National Park. The other occupants of the van who were left behind and managed to contact a few people; who came to their rescue,” the statement reads in part. Police say all security agencies including army and wardens from UWA have joined in the hunt for the outlaws “with the main aim of safely securing the hostages.” “The lives of the kidnapped are a key priority during this process. We appeal for calm as we find a lasting solution to this issue. Further information will be shared with the public as it comes in,” the statement adds. However, unverified reports indicate that the assailants are Congolese pirates and have asked for a ransom of $ 500,000 (about Shs1.9b) in exchange for their freedom. Manhunt in Uganda after US tourist and driver kidnapped Gunmen who kidnapped an American tourist and her driver in a Ugandan national park have demanded a ransom of $500,000 (Shs1.9b), police said Wednesday as they launched a hunt for the perpetrators. “The kidnappers, using the victim’s phone, have demanded $500,000. We strongly believe this ransom is the reason behind the kidnap,” said a statement from deputy police spokeswoman Polly Namaye. The kidnapped tourist was identified as Kimberley Sue Endecott, a 35-year-old US citizen and one John Paul, a tour guide and driver attached to World Frontiers Safaris Uganda. Ms Namaye said the gunmen waylaid a vehicle registration number UAE 777E which was carrying four tourists and varnished with two of them. They also went with the car keys, leaving the other two tourists stranded. The two were identified as Martin Julius and his wife Barbel. The kidnap comes at the time when army and police have just intensified security operations at the Kanungu border of Ishasha following the kidnap of six Ugandans including a 12-year-old child. Ms Namaye said security forces among other police, Internal Security Organisation (ISO), army and External Security Organisations (ESO) to trace for kidnapped tourists including Ugandans who went missing weeks ago. Queen Elizabeth National Park, one of the East African nation’s most famous wildlife reserves, runs along the frontier with conflict-wracked regions of DR Congo, bordering its famous Virunga national park, the oldest in Africa. Numerous militia groups and armed gangs roam eastern DR Congo. Virunga suspended all tourism activities last year after a ranger was killed and two British tourists kidnapped. The park reopened in February. The Britons and their driver were freed two days after the attack. The Ugandan park straddles the equator, covering 1,978 square kilometres (764 square miles) in the country’s south west. It is also about 150 kilometres (90 miles) north of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, famous among tourists for gorilla trekking. In 1999, Rwandan rebels killed eight foreign tourists there, inflicting an enormous blow to Uganda’s tourist industry. The rebels were part of a militia group that was involved in the 1994 Rwandan genocide before fleeing to the jungles of DR Congo. Tourism is a key industry for Uganda, as a major earner of foreign currency. Hundreds of thousands of tourists visit each year. Uganda is home to over half of the world’s endangered mountain gorillas. https://www.whispereye.com/2019/04/03/congolese-rebels-kidnapp-american-tourist-sue-endecott-in-uganda/
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  5. From Cantona’s turned-up collar to two numbers which graced the torso of Ginola, we rate the finest threads the Premier League has ever seen. 20. Derby, 1997/98 (home) For some reason, shirts became incredibly baggy in the late '90s – picture Steve McManaman hurtling along in a long-sleeve that looks like he borrowed it from a much bigger brother. However the Rams’ natty Puma-made white effort was one of the few that looked bang on, particularly when modelled by confusing human-octopus hybrid Paolo Wanchope: a mass of limbs, skill and confusion wrapped in a shirt the size of a beach windbreak. 19. Everton, 2015/16 (home) A little turret and a couple of elephants can only enhance a football shirt, and while all of Umbro’s efforts have been admirable, 2015/16’s version was possibly the best, making Leighton Baines look every inch the mod idol 18. Nottingham Forest, 1992/93 (home) Some will lobby that the bold 1994 effort you might picture Stan Collymore or Jason Lee striding about in was better. But this effort tops it for our money, thanks to its subtle pinstripes, understated logo, and the sponsorship of Shipstones, a decent, gritty local brewer that chimes better with Roy Keane’s ultraviolence than Canadian swill-merchants Labatts, who took over the following term. 17. Sheffield Wednesday, 1992/93 (home) The Premier League still doesn’t seem quite right without former top-flight stalwarts Wednesday in it. Their ’92 season strip was a knockout: another Umbro effort, worn with aplomb on the wing by The Waddler. 16. Manchester City, 1993-95 (away) City may have been a shambles on the pitch, but their Umbro tops were always super sharp. The understated Cambridge blue and the pinstriped white away versions particularly stood out, and were iconically donned on Cool Britannia lads mag covers by Liam and Noel Gallagher – making the ‘Brother’ sponsor seem even more apt. 15. Wimbledon, 1994/95 (home) Wimbledon never did anything by the book, and brilliantly didn’t even bother having a kit supplier in this season – instead getting ‘The Crazy Gang’ embroidered over the heart. An unusual combo of dark blue and yellow trim, it’s the only kit you’d want an opponent to be wearing as they lightly twisted your testicles or spat foul insults about being an orphan down your earhole. 14. West Brom, 2016/17 (home) Baggies kits looked amazing in the 1960s and '70s, before running a gamut of awfulness through much of the next three decades. But this effort was genuinely stunning: with UK-K8.com’s Chinese lettering (凯发娱乐) combining perfectly with the traditional old stripes, it looked like it was beamed down from space (in a good way). 13. Coventry, 1996/97 (home) Coventry’s pantheon of kits over the years have arguably been the most vile of any club anywhere on earth, but this Le Coq Sportif dazzler was the exception to the rule – a Sky Blue-Dark Blue combo worn beautifully by the likes of Peter Ndlovu and... er, Gazza? 12. Portsmouth, 2003-05 (home) Happier times for Fratton Park’s loyal fans, and their greatest kit, only enhanced by having a nice little heart on the front courtesy of Beanie Baby manufacturers Ty - which also led to a range of Pompey bears. 11. Tottenham, 1997-99 (home) David Ginola can’t be seen in any old tat – and the French matinee idol looked impeccable in this glorious Tottenham top with its minimalist design and retro collar. The German duo of adidas and Holsten was also apt for the era of Jurgen Klinsmann. Euro chic. Sauce : https://www.fourfourtwo.com/features/ranked-20-best-premier-league-shirts-ever
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