News in Uganda
- Dutch masters into World Cup quarter-finals as USA downed
The Dutch will face either Argentina or Australia in the last eight thanks to first-half goals...
- Inferno: Stench of death hangs heavy in Bukasa
Family, residents yet to come to terms with the incident
- Nathwani’s trip to UK that birthed an entrepreneur
Fifty years ago, hundreds of Asians expelled by Idi Amin’s government flew out from Entebbe...
- DR Congo says 'massacre' left more than 100 dead
On Thursday, the government accused the M23 militia -- with whom it is locked in a months-long...
- Billions of shillings later, Atiak Sugar wobbles on
Atiak Sugar Factory—located at Gem Village in Pachilo Parish in Atiak Sub-county in Amuru...
- West Budama North MP survives ejection from House
Mr Okoth (Ind) petitioned court accusing Ochai of the ruling NRM of voter bribery and rigging...
- Two motorcyclists killed, dumped in Busia forest
Their bodies were found in Busitema forest days after they were reported missing
- Across East Africa, Big Brother is watching your every move
Concerns are growing about who else has access to people’s information, and how they are using it
- US midterms: Georgia Senate run-off looms after bitter campaign
Democrat Raphael Warnock will face Republican Herschel Walker after a long, and at times bitter, campaign.
- El Salvador: The people caught up in the gang crackdown
More than 57,000 people have been arrested since the president declared war on violent gang members.
- Red Sea soul: Revolutionary cries for recognition in Sudan
The musician who invented a stringed instrument to strum the soundtrack of Sudan's recent revolution.
- 377A repeal: Singapore turns page on dark LGBT history
The repeal of a gay sex ban ends a period where authorities actively targeted homosexual men.
- Columbia peace talks with leftist ELN rebels make progress
Both sides reach a first point of agreement in bid to end almost 60 years of war, the president says.
- Callisto Protocol: Gory new game pushes horror to new limits
The Callisto Protocol has been cancelled in Japan for being too gruesome but its makers are unapologetic.
- Elnaz Rekabi: Family home of Iranian climber demolished
Elnaz Rekabi became a hero of the protest movement after competing abroad with her hair uncovered.
- Pele: Brazil legend says he is 'strong with a lot of hope'
Brazil great Pele is "still undergoing treatment and remains stable" according to a statement from his hospital in Sao Paulo.
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