Latest Uganda News

NAIROBI, Dec. 29 -- A Ugandan rebel group known for its horrific cruelties has massacred 189 people and kidnapped at least 20 children over three days in northeastern Congo, U.N. officials reported Monday.
 
Moving Past Life as a Rebel Slave: Young Ugandan Woman Cares for Daughter Born in Captivity (Post, July 29, 2008)
 
Ugandan Rebels Seizing More Children: Abductions on Rise in 3 Nations Used as Bases, Investigators Say (Post, May 21, 2008)
 
Ugandan Rebel Reaches Out to International Court: Kony's Legal Team Explores an Exit That Could Seal Peace Pact (Post, March 19, 2008)
 
U.S. Policy in Africa Faulted on Priorities: Security Is Stressed Over Democracy (Post, February 22, 2008)
 
Ebola Killing Ugandan Health Workers (Post, December 7, 2007)
 
For Ugandan Rebel, A Question of Justice: Fate of Lord's Resistance Army Chief At Center of Talks to End 21-Year War (Post, July 12, 2007)
 
Cargo Plane Shot Down in Somalia (Post, March 24, 2007)
 
Mortar Shells Greet Ugandan Peacekeepers in Somalia (Post, March 7, 2007)
 
S. Africa Moves to Resume Culling of Elephants: Proposal for Curbing Rapidly Growing Population Emphasizes Nonlethal Options (Post, March 1, 2007)
 
South Africa Replaces Health Minister: Official Drew International Criticism for Handling of AIDS Policy (Post, February 28, 2007)
 
Ugandan Rebel Emerges To Talk With U.N. Official: Effort to Free Women and Children Fails (Post, November 13, 2006)
 
Uganda's Plight Pressed on Capitol Hill: Activists Call for U.S. Role in Negotiating Peace for Nation's War-Torn North (Post, October 11, 2006)
 
A Ugandan Lawyer's Passage From Skeptical Little Girl to 'Pleader for Women' (By Nora Boustany, June 16, 2006)
 
In Uganda, a Fresh Start For Former Child Fighters: Center Helps Those Who Escaped Rebels Face Their Traumas (Post, March 13, 2006)
 
Calm Holds as Ugandans Cast Votes: Thousands Monitor Polls, and Some Report Intimidation, Irregularities (Post, February 24, 2006)
 
Ugandan Campaign: Politics as Soap Opera (Post, February 23, 2006)
 
Ugandans Put 'Big Man' Politics to Vote: Having Eliminated Term Limits and Jailed an Opponent, Museveni Seeks to Remain (Post, February 22, 2006)
 
A Survivor of Rwanda's Horrors Writes Hope Into Law (By Nora Boustany, January 25, 2006)
 
Clashes Mar African Political Gains: Tensions Boil Over in East as Trust in Elected Leaders and Democracy Fades (Post, November 18, 2005)
 
Underfunded and Overrun, 'Harvard of Africa' Struggles to Teach (Post, October 29, 2005)
 
Net Tightens Around Northern Uganda's Brutal Rebel Militia: Lord's Resistance Army Unchecked for 20 Years (Post, October 8, 2005)
 
Uganda's Leader Beats Drum on AIDS (By Nora Boustany, September 30, 2005)
 
Insurgents Kill 192 in Uganda: Refugee Camp Set Afire as Local Defenders Are Overrun (Post, February 23, 2004)
 
Ugandans Turn to Candor As a Weapon Against AIDS: Discussing HIV Status No Longer a Taboo in African Nation (Post, February 19, 2004)
 

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