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Uganda's Foreign Minister Kutesa was on June 11 elected President of General Assembly. An...

Uganda's ruler Gen. Yoweri Museveni

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Author says President Tolbert, assassinated during 1980 coup, paid "more for the sins of the past"

 

Long before the Marcus Garvey "Back to Africa" Movement...

Even regime now acknowledges mass desertions. Photo is said to show the tank crew commander, Lt. Alfred Ntale, holding stick, before desertion...

Sam Kutesa -- U.S. Ambassador to Uganda in Jan. 13, 2010 memo to State Department said his "corruption is egregious...

Dr.Theogene Rudasingwa

Two new books have been published June 8, 2014, authored by Dr.Theogene Rudasingwa, "...

UN General Assembly President-Elect Sam Kutesa

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Sam Kutesa

Entebbe Handling Services (ENHAS), the private company owned by Sam Kutesa, the presumptive President of the United Nations General Assembly and Uganda...

U.K. officials lobbied for visa bar on Kutesa

The United Kingdom government considered a visa restriction against Uganda's foreign affairs minister Sam Kutesa in...

Jun. 9 (GIN) - South African miners are holding out for a living wage in the longest strike against mining companies in the country’s history.

A Monday deadline set by the government was...

Jun. 9 (GIN) – Six days before Rwanda would explode in a genocidal bloodbath, the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations saw the storm clouds on the horizon and pushed to send all...

Jun. 9 (GIN) – Is the social media campaign to bring back the abducted Nigerian schoolgirls an effective tool to win their freedom or just a novelty trending until the next big thing?

That’...

June 2 (GIN) - The West African nation of Niger has one of the highest rates of child marriage.

About a quarter of all girls are married by 15 and on the road to child-bearing. That rises...

June 2 (GIN) – Under heavy pressure from civil society, lawyers and human rights groups, police in Nigeria are poised to reverse their ban on protests by Nigerian citizens, mostly women, who are...

June 2 (GIN) – Ugandan opinion writer Charles Onyango-Obbo took up his pen this past week to denounce the deadly meltdown in the north African nation of Libya and the apparent neglect of that...

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