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UGANDA AND ERITREA have signed an agreement allowing the countries to cooperate in the fields of agriculture, transport and communication, livestock development and research and training. . . . TWO PEOPLE were wounded Saturday in Armenia when a bomb exploded under a passenger train from Georgia - the second rail blast this week. . . . MASTER BUILDER William J. Levitt, whose cookie-cutter housing developments changed the face of suburbia after World War II, died of kidney failure on Long Island Friday. He was 86. . . . AN ELECTRICAL FIRE broke out in an elevator shaft at a Michigan nuclear power plant Saturday, posing no public danger because the plant was shut down after an earlier fire.