News in Uganda
- Petrol station manager shot dead in Bukedea robbery, soldier arrested
Security agencies have reported an increase in robberies at petrol stations in which several...
- Fire brigade use buckets to extinguish burning Masaka school dormitory
The fire tender arrived at the school premises an hour after the fire broke out but failed to...
- TikToker further remanded for jubilating over Tumwine’s death
After hearing the application, the magistrate adjourned the court proceedings to October 3 on...
- Should we be celebrating retail growth?
Thanks to our open-door liberal policy, we have literally become a dumping and damping ground
- USA set basketball World Cup record with 145-69 thumping of South Korea
Eight of the Americans' 12-strong roster hit doubles figures, led by Brionna Jones with 24...
- Bukedea school where six classes share open room
The school has been operating in the makeshift structure for more than 10 years
- Govt should move fast and avert looming cancer crisis
The increased numbers mean long waiting hours for patients to access services due to limited...
- Land reforms debate draws suspicion from Buganda
In early May 1998, then Prime Minister Apolo Nsibambi, who was the chief guest at the...
- Haiti in a humanitarian catastrophe - UN envoy
Violence and looting by criminal gangs has devastated much needed food aid for the Caribbean nation.
- Cuba and Florida brace for 'major disaster' hurricane
Residents are stocking up on groceries, fuel and sandbags as Ian strengthens into a major hurricane.
- Ukraine war: The referendums shunned by Kyiv and the West
The referendums in east and south Ukraine are dismissed as a sham by Kyiv and its Western allies.
- Lakhimpur: Unanswered questions in India sisters' hanging
Two sisters were found hanging from a tree recently in India. The BBC pieces together the story of the crime.
- Bad Bunny turns music video into Puerto Rico doco
The influential Puerto Rican rapper's latest music video lays bare the US island territory's problems.
- Hurricanes: Are they getting more violent?
As Hurricane Ian makes its way through the Caribbean towards the US - we ask if climate change is making these storms more severe?
- Brazil cost of living: The food delivery riders who can't afford to eat
Delivery rider Luciano is just one of those going to extreme measures to survive Brazil's cost of living crisis.
- More than half of the world's palm trees in danger
Many useful members of this "iconic" plant family are at risk of extinction, according to a study.
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