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Kenya's Deputy President William Ruto speaks to his defense counsel Karim Khan (L) in the courtroom before their trial at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague 10 September 2013.
11/09/2013 - Report: Kenya

ICC withdrawal will take Kenya one year

Kenya has to wait for one year to withdraw from the International Criminal Court, the President of the Assembly of the States Parties has said.

16/04/2013 - Report: Democratic Republic of Congo

Congo conflict hits mountain gorilla tourism

Despite fighting in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), the population of mountain gorillas continues to grow in the Greater Virunga region.

15/09/2012 - Report: Uganda - DRC

UN official says only a political solution can end the war in eastern DRC

The under secretary General of the United Nations for Peacekeeping Operations, Herve Ladsous, says only a political solution will end the war in the eastern part of the Democratic Republic of ...

02/04/2012 - Report: Syria - Uganda

Arab spring dominates debate at Inter Parliamentary Union assembly in Kampala

Syria and events in the Middle East and North Africa - MENA - dominated debate at a standing committee of the Inter Parliamentary Union ...

31/03/2012 - Report: Mali - Uganda

Mali suspended from international MPs' body

Mali has been suspended from the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) a body that brings together world parliamentarians.

Uganda's boda-boda keep death on the roads
28/03/2012 - International report

Uganda's boda-boda keep death on the roads

Commercial motorcyles are the fastest mode of transport in Uganda, but most of them are dangerous.

25/03/2012 - Report: Uganda

Boda-Boda: Uganda's silent killer

Boda-boda motorcycles are the fastest mode of transportation in Uganda.

22/03/2012 - Report: Uganda

Besigye to be charged with unlawful assembly

Police in Uganda have arrested opposition leader Kizza Besigye and 16 other people after a police officer was stoned to death by a mob in the central business area in Kampala.

16/03/2012 - Report: Uganda

Northern Uganda has highest number of nodding syndrome cases

Uganda’s northern district of Pader district has recorded the highest number of cases of patients with nodding disease according to the latest health report.

Uganda's Nodding Syndrome leaves experts scratching their heads
29/02/2012 - International report

Uganda's Nodding Syndrome leaves experts scratching their heads

Three years after the first studies into Nodding Syndrome were conducted, health experts have failed to come up with the underlying cause of the disease.The mysterious affliction continues ...

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