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Ugandan Pop Star-Turned-Politician Bobi Wine Stopped From Seeking Treatment in U.S. After Alleged Torture

Ugandan Pop Star-Turned-Politician Bobi Wine Stopped From Seeking Treatment in U.S. After Alleged Torture

Bobi Wine's lawyer said he's in "worrying condition" after alleged torture
Protests in Kampala as pop star politician blocked from leaving Uganda

Protests in Kampala as pop star politician blocked from leaving Uganda

Outcry after authorities prevent Bobi Wine from going to US for ‘torture’ treatmentProtests have erupted in Uganda’s capital after police prevented a pop-star-turned-opposition-politician from leaving
Protests in Uganda After Opposition Lawmakers Abused in Prison, Re-Arrested at Airport

Protests in Uganda After Opposition Lawmakers Abused in Prison, Re-Arrested at Airport

Protests swept across Uganda’s capital city of Kampala on Friday after police arrested two opposition lawmakers at the Entebbe airport while they attempted to travel to the United States for medical
Pop-star politician Bobi Wine reaches US after Uganda 'torture'

Pop-star politician Bobi Wine reaches US after Uganda 'torture'

Opposition figure arrives in US for treatment after initially being detained and prevented from leavingA Ugandan pop star turned opposition politician has arrived in the US for medical care after
Uganda’s Bobi Wine arrives in US, but fellow opposition politician blocked from leaving

Uganda’s Bobi Wine arrives in US, but fellow opposition politician blocked from leaving

Uganda’s high-profile politician-musician, popularly known as Bobi Wine, arrived in the US Saturday for medical treatment after allegedly being tortured while in detention. But a fellow opposition
Bobi Wine: Ugandan pop-star politician describes 'torture' by soldiers

Bobi Wine: Ugandan pop-star politician describes 'torture' by soldiers

Independent MP says ‘unspeakable things’ were done to him as he gives details of ordeal for first timeThe Ugandan politician Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu, better known as pop star Bobi Wine, has
Uganda's Answer To Rob Ford Is Somehow Even Less Athletic

Uganda's Answer To Rob Ford Is Somehow Even Less Athletic

Moses Ali is the 79-year-old first deputy prime minister of Uganda. He is also enormously fat and wildly unathletic. Following in the footsteps of another politician who possessed a considerable girth
Rooftop farming: why vertical gardening is blooming in Kampala

Rooftop farming: why vertical gardening is blooming in Kampala

Ugandans are finding creative solutions to the growing challenges of urbanisationWhen Martin Agaba realised his urban farm had run out of space, he decided the solution was not to expand outwards but
Ugandan pop star politician beaten by soldiers to return home

Ugandan pop star politician beaten by soldiers to return home

Bobi Wine tells the Guardian he will fly back from US despite fears that authorities could do ‘terrible things’ to himBobi Wine, the Ugandan pop star turned opposition politician whose beating by
Uganda's pop star politician addresses jubilant crowds on return from US

Uganda's pop star politician addresses jubilant crowds on return from US

Bobi Wine flies home from US, where he received medical treatment after being beaten in detentionA Ugandan pop star turned opposition politician whose beating by soldiers last month prompted mass
Bobi Wine arrives in Uganda from US, whisked home by police

Bobi Wine arrives in Uganda from US, whisked home by police

Ugandan security forces on Thursday whisked Bobi Wine away from the airport, where his supporters were not allowed to greet the ragga star-cum-opposition lawmaker, after his arrival from the US where
Young Africa: new wave of politicians challenges old guard

Young Africa: new wave of politicians challenges old guard

Bobi Wine’s return to Uganda highlights potential leaders testing ageing, entrenched power across the continentA wave of young politicians and activists are challenging ageing leaders across much of
'We see mothers die and children die': Uganda's teen pregnancy crisis | Suzanne Moore

'We see mothers die and children die': Uganda's teen pregnancy crisis | Suzanne Moore

In a country where one in four women have a child by 19, and health workers offering birth control have been met by men with machetes, confronting myths about contraception is vitalA woman lies on her
Global Health: Ebola Likely to Spread From Congo to Uganda, W.H.O. Says

Global Health: Ebola Likely to Spread From Congo to Uganda, W.H.O. Says

Medical staff in Bundibugyo, Uganda, near Congo's border, investigate a suspected Ebola case.
Global Health: Ebola Likely to Spread From Congo to Uganda, W.H.O. Says

Global Health: Ebola Likely to Spread From Congo to Uganda, W.H.O. Says

Medical staff in Bundibugyo, Uganda, near Congo's border, investigate a suspected Ebola case.
How a Ugandan prince and a crypto startup are planning an African revolution

How a Ugandan prince and a crypto startup are planning an African revolution

Crypto and blockchain enthusiasts have been railing for years against the centralized world of banks, but many have been doing so from the privileged vantage point of developed countries. But what if
With Bobi Wine, people power could finally win in Uganda | Patience Akume

With Bobi Wine, people power could finally win in Uganda | Patience Akume

The singer-turned-politician is the latest young African challenging the old guard. He has put hope in the hearts of those tired of Museveni’s 32-year ruleWe Are Fighting for Freedom is the unofficial
Minister condemns plans for Uganda’s first LGBT centre as ‘criminal act’

Minister condemns plans for Uganda’s first LGBT centre as ‘criminal act’

Campaigners are warned they will break the anti-homosexuality law if they open safe spaceActivists trying to open Uganda’s first centre for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people have been told
Plants Can’t Talk. But Some Fruits Say ‘Eat Me’ to Animals.

Plants Can’t Talk. But Some Fruits Say ‘Eat Me’ to Animals.

Some plants in Madagascar may have evolved fruit colors so that they can be seen by lemurs that are red-green colorblind.
At least 36 dead in Uganda landslides as school disappears beneath mud

At least 36 dead in Uganda landslides as school disappears beneath mud

Rescuers search for 200 children after lives, homes and livestock are swept away following torrential rains in Bududa districtLandslides have left at least 36 people dead in Uganda with rescue workers