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Uganda, its southern neighbor, has historically welcomed South Sudanese fleeing war throughout the decades. For refugees who have been in Uganda longer, time and the country's progressive refugee policy has granted them some opportunities to start ...
This initiative works to restore and rebuild 'one stitch at a time' the lives of women and children affected by political upheaval in her Ugandan Motherland . Due to her incredible work in assisting the victims of war-torn Uganda, Sister Rosemary was ...

About 200 to 300 American Special Operations troops work with soldiers from Somalia and other African nations like Kenya and Uganda to carry out more than a half-dozen raids per month, according to senior American military officials. The operations are ...
Uganda, its southern neighbor, has historically welcomed South Sudanese fleeing war throughout the decades. For refugees who have been in Uganda longer, time and the country's progressive refugee policy has granted them some opportunities to start ...
Biggest News Source for News in Uganda and the East African Region ,Breaking news in Uganda and Daily news and the latest from Uganda.
This photo shows Sister Rosemary who works with the sewing Hope Foundation to rehabilitate women who were sex abuse victims in Uganda's civil war. OKC artist Jack Fowler says necklaces to help raise money for those women were stolen from his truck.
At the 54th independence day celebrations in Luuka last week, Museveni asked for land in Busoga to pitch camp and declare war on poverty. Museveni said the people of Busoga were poor just because they were too reluctant and ignorant of how they would ...
Operations in the country, located in the eastern "Horn of Africa," are expected to expand, according to the Times, on top of efforts that have involved the navy's Seal Team 6, weekly raids with troops from nearby Kenya and Uganda and interrogation of ...
On Thursday, Rwenzori ballroom at Sheraton hotel was draped in black, white and red colours of the Egyptian flag as Egyptians living in Uganda celebrated the 43rd anniversary of the 1973 October war, now commemorated as the armed forces day.
We elders of Ayivu where Ediofe Cathedral is located condemn any form of verbal or physical assault and manipulations of individual and institutions that leads to anarchy.
Between 200 and 300 US Special Forces under the control of Africom (African Command) collaborate regularly with Somali National army units and soldiers from Ethiopia, Uganda, Djibouti and Kenya to plan and conduct ground operations against ...
With lessons from the "Black Hawk Down" battle of 1993, the Obama administration has intensified America's military role in the past year.
Between 200 and 300 US Special Forces under the control of Africom (African Command) collaborate regularly with Somali National army units and soldiers from Ethiopia, Uganda, Djibouti and Kenya to plan and conduct ground operations against ...
Broken down by region, northern Uganda, which is still recovering from two decades of a brutal war that left it in economic ruin, had the strongest endorsement for restrictions at 77 per cent followed by eastern Uganda at 68 per cent. Western Uganda ...
Communities such as Yumbe and others across northern Uganda are among the country's poorest and have historically been places of conflict and civil war. Still, Uganda has demonstrated that poverty and fear that resources may be depleted is no excuse to ...
So popular has been the victory, also dubbed the 'military miracle', that many military colleges and institutes around the world are still teaching the principles and stages of preparation of that war. eft to right ommander and orces ganda eoples ...

The Church of Uganda is locked in a row with Buganda Land Board, the kingdom land agency over ownership of land at Nakanyonyi village in Nabbaale Sub-county in Mukono district.
The 20th anniversary of the invasion of Congo by Rwanda and Uganda and the apocalyptic killings unleashed thereafter will be commemorated with an all-day conference, "Breaking the Silence," in New York City Oct. 15 at ThoughtWorks, located in ...
... Sudan's conflict has entered a new, more dangerous phase. While there has been no new fighting in the capital, Juba, since a splurge of violence in July, rebellion is spreading across the country.
"In Uganda, we missed a lot of opportunities because of the war in Sudan, because our country is not locked, but linked by Lake Victoria, which could not be exploited because of the war," he added. The Ugandan leader stated that re-opening of the ...
To many Ugandans, Somalia is where our soldiers are on a peace-keeping mission or it has been at war forever. It gets murkier when Somaliland comes into the picture.
The Allied Defence Forces (ADF) and tribal clashes in the Rwenzori region and DR Congo has left behind hundreds of orphans. So have the continuous landslides in Bugisu sub-region.
The Rev. Robert Odong, a Catholic priest from Uganda, described growing up in war-ravaged Africa, and evading kidnappers who forced children to serve as soldiers.
She now works with the community based organization, women's Advocacy Network, which fights for the rights of women affected by war in northern Uganda. "We need to get back our dignity that was lost and stay in the community like any other human being ...
activists protest on September 30, 2016, in El Cajon, California, in the wake of the killing of Ugandan refugee Alfred Olango by a police officer.
Violence has continued in parts of the country, and the United Nations said last week that around 100,000 people were trapped in Yei, 150 kilometres (93 miles) southwest of Juba, near the borders with Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
The AMISOM peacekeeping force relies to a great degree on material and financial support from the United States and European allies, whose interest in the Somalia conflict increased again when Islamist groups gained influence in the country. But the ...
In a joint statement, the European Union, Norway, the United States and the United Kingdom, together with Ethiopia, Kenya, Sudan and Uganda, condemned "calls by opposition leaders for a renewal of armed conflict". "Further fighting will not solve South ...
On Saturday, October 15, human rights activists, scholars, eye-witnesses, and survivors of atrocities from the series of wars against the people of the Democratic ...
Kazinda is being tried in connection with theft of Shs5.4b of donor money meant for rehabilitation of war-ravaged northern Uganda and volatile Karamoja. Kazinda was principal accountant in the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) before he was arrested ...
The film Queen of Katwe has generated animated debate in Uganda's online spaces sparked, from the look of things, by a less-than-charitable review by social critic Timothy Kalyegira.
Belluz writes about a trial in Uganda that's trying to teach school children important life skills, the paramount one being how to "detect bullshit when bullshit is being presented to them.
About 200 South Sudanese refugees who fled to Lamwo District in neighbouring Uganda have rejected relocation to refugee camps in Adjumani and Yumbe districts, several local officials said.
Olango and his family fled war and persecution by the government of Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni, a longstanding U.S.
Ethiopia, Uganda, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Kenya and Chad are among the top 10 refugee friendly countries across the world, according to Amnesty International.
Burundi is embroiled in a domestic crisis bordering on a civil war. Uganda is preoccupied with its interests in South Sudan, where it has intervened militarily.
Long before the debacles of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, Somalia was the quagmire that Western militaries would have loved to strike from their records.
As Mr Iga types away, one would misguidedly think the former accountant is on facebook scrolling through profiles of old friends or checking the latest photos on Instagram like most Ugandan youth. While I hold that thought, Mr Iga quickly explains that ...
Olango and his family fled war and persecution by the government of Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni, a longstanding U.S.
"That situation is inherently unsustainable, exposing the millions fleeing war and persecution in countries like Syria, South Sudan, Afghanistan, and Iraq to intolerable misery and suffering.
Shortly after World War II, we were in a terrible situation, we had lost a fourth of our territory and we had to mourn about seven million dead people.
Dr Machar, who fled Juba and now in Khartoum, has declared war on the government of South Sudan but Gen Rusoke said war will not end the hostilities differences in South Sudan. "War will not resolve the conflict in South Sudan. That's why we encourage ...
It intensified in the early 1990s during a civil war in Sudan and again in Dec. 2013. In the recent conflict, heavy fighting has centred around Yei, a region in the South Sudan state of Central Equatoria.
KPFA Weekend News Anchor Lola Acamu: The El Cajon police shooting of Alfred Olango is one of the most recent police shootings of an unarmed Black man to make national and international headlines and inspire Black Lives Matter protests.
A newspaper vendor named Byamugisha suddenly burst into my office panting. Gasping for breath, he told me that there were numerous army trucks along the town streets, all loaded with heavy guns and armed soldiers who were chanting war songs as the ...
At the Gulu Main market in northern Uganda, there's an entire aisle devoted to cassava vendors. For Ugandans, the starchy tuber is more than a staple food crop.
Pamela Benge said her family had escaped war-torn Uganda to come to the U.S. for safety and she asked why police didn't just shock her son with a stun gun or shoot him in the leg.
HAMPTON ROADS The Grammy-nominated African children's Choir will perform at several churches in Hampton Roads in October. Launched in 1984 to provide the basic necessities of life to children orphaned by Uganda's civil war, the choir has performed ...
Afterwards, in 1998, the so called 1st African World War began, in which Burundi, Rwanda and Uganda, together with different armed groups, tried to oust Kabila, who received the support of some neighboring countries, in a war which caused the death of ...


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