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Vows: A Chorus of Mazel Tovs in Uganda

Vows: A Chorus of Mazel Tovs in Uganda

From left, Naomi Namusoosa, Rachael Naigaga, and Naume Lunyato were three of the five Jewish brides who married Aug. 8 in the Namutumba District of Uganda.

Ugandan Rebel Group Massacres 22 in Congo

The killings were carried out by members of the Allied Democratic Forces, an Islamist militant group accused of killing hundreds of people in recent years.
Uganda police arrest opposition leader Besigye on murder charges

Uganda police arrest opposition leader Besigye on murder charges

Ugandan police have detained the country's most prominent opposition leader over allegations of attempted murder.
Will Marburg virus hit the U.S.? Here’s what you need to know

Will Marburg virus hit the U.S.? Here’s what you need to know

A very rare and contagious disease called the Marburg virus has claimed three lives in the Kween District of Eastern Uganda this…
Is Marburg like Ebola? 4 ways the viruses are similar

Is Marburg like Ebola? 4 ways the viruses are similar

Three people in Uganda and Kenya have been confirmed dead from a hemorrhagic virus called Marburg. According to the World Health Organization, Marburg…
Can the Marburg virus kill you? 5 reasons why it’s one of the deadliest illnesses in the world

Can the Marburg virus kill you? 5 reasons why it’s one of the deadliest illnesses in the world

The World Health Organization (WHO) released a statement yesterday confirming that the Marburg virus has claimed three lives in the Kween District…
What are symptoms of the Marburg virus? 5 things you need to watch out for

What are symptoms of the Marburg virus? 5 things you need to watch out for

As of November 3rd, the Marburg virus has claimed three lives in the Kween District of Eastern Uganda. Although health workers are…
Global Health: In Africa, Rural Clinics Entice Pregnant Women With ‘Baby Pictures’

Global Health: In Africa, Rural Clinics Entice Pregnant Women With ‘Baby Pictures’

A technician with Bridge to Health, a Canadian medical charity, with an ultrasound machine in southwest Uganda. Offering pregnant women glimpses of their fetuses has encouraged them to get checkups.
Global Health: In Africa, Rural Clinics Entice Pregnant Women With ‘Baby Pictures’

Global Health: In Africa, Rural Clinics Entice Pregnant Women With ‘Baby Pictures’

A technician with Bridge to Health, a Canadian medical charity, with an ultrasound machine in southwest Uganda. Offering pregnant women glimpses of their fetuses has encouraged them to get checkups.

Trilobites: Chimps Tailor Alarms to What Other Chimps Know

Experiments show that the animals change their communications depending on how much their audience knows.

Trilobites: Chimps Tailor Alarms to What Other Chimps Know

Experiments show that the animals change their communications depending on how much their audience knows.
Uganda brought to its knees as doctors' strike paralyses health service

Uganda brought to its knees as doctors' strike paralyses health service

Government failure to address low pay and lack of medical supplies drives staff to walk out, as patients’ groups warn that lives of most vulnerable are at risk Public health services across Uganda
2017 has been a tough year for Africa’s strongmen

2017 has been a tough year for Africa’s strongmen

2017 has been a tough year for Africa’s strongmen: Yahya Jammeh was kicked out, José Eduardo dos Santos stepped down, and Robert Mugabe was pushed…
U.S. Bribery Case Sheds Light on Mysterious Chinese Company

U.S. Bribery Case Sheds Light on Mysterious Chinese Company

President Milos Zeman of the Czech Republic, right, in Shanghai in September 2015 for the signing of agreements between companies from his country and the Chinese conglomerate CEFC.
U.S. Bribery Case Sheds Light on Mysterious Chinese Company

U.S. Bribery Case Sheds Light on Mysterious Chinese Company

President Milos Zeman of the Czech Republic, right, in Shanghai in September 2015 for the signing of agreements between companies from his country and the Chinese conglomerate CEFC.
U.S. Bribery Case Sheds Light on Mysterious Chinese Company

U.S. Bribery Case Sheds Light on Mysterious Chinese Company

President Milos Zeman of the Czech Republic, right, in Shanghai in September 2015 for the signing of agreements between companies from his country and the Chinese conglomerate CEFC.
End to Mugabe rule: other autocratic leaders may fear similar fate

End to Mugabe rule: other autocratic leaders may fear similar fate

As jubilation erupts in the streets at the resignation of Zimbabwe’s president how will the downfall affect the rulers of Uganda, DRC, Rwanda and Burundi? The fate of Robert Mugabe, who ran Zimbabwe
No hugs, no one to talk to: how Ugandan orphanages are harming a generation | Helen Nianias

No hugs, no one to talk to: how Ugandan orphanages are harming a generation | Helen Nianias

A boom in the orphanage industry is fuelling concern that many institutions are run for economic benefit, with scant regulation, and are damaging childrenAt a Catholic orphanage for children aged
Saudi Arabia Kicks Off Islamic Counter-Terrorism Summit

Saudi Arabia Kicks Off Islamic Counter-Terrorism Summit

RIYADH - Saudi Arabia gathered officials from 40 Muslim countries on Sunday in the first meeting of an Islamic counter-terrorism alliance, a move Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman declared a "clear
Gambling addiction is on the rise in Kenya and leaving young people bankrupt and suicidal

Gambling addiction is on the rise in Kenya and leaving young people bankrupt and suicidal

After losing 48,000 shillings ($465) on bad bets in just a few hours, Jackson Kimani was thinking of committing suicide. The 26-year-old is a salaried…