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A youth baseball team from Uganda that would have been the first squad from Africa to play at the Little League World Series has been denied visas to enter the United States.
At Little League International headquarters in South Williamsport, vice president Patrick Wilson said the State Department cited privacy concerns in declining to release more details to the organization.
The practice has also been requested of teams in other countries in the past, Wilson said.