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They are accused of some of the most horrific crimes imaginable, including genocide, murder and forcing children to be sex slaves.
The United States has warned of possible terror attacks in the Ugandan capital Kampala. The US embassy there issued the alert after receiving
Are people born with business sense or can be nurtured? We explore the issue in Uganda, Spain and Jordan in this edition of Learning World.
A senior Ugandan rebel commander wanted for war crimes has been flown out of the country on his way to The Hague to stand trial. Dominic Ongwen
Gambia’s president should step back from endorsing “state-sponsored homophobia”, a human rights group has urged.
The country’s national assembly
Uganda’s Constitutional Court has annulled a law that punishes gay sex with long prison sentences.
The ruling was struck down after activists
A mixed group of Ugandans and NGOs have filed a petition against the country’s controversial anti-homosexuality law, saying it is unconstitutional
Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni has announced he will sign a new law that makes homosexuality punishable by life in prison.
The U-turn comes as
Uganda’s parliament has passed a law that makes some homosexual acts punishable by life in prison.
The bill, first introduced to the country’s
For some students getting to school is a major challenge and arriving in the classroom means running all kinds of risks. For others, getting access
WISE, the annual World Innovation Summit for Education, held in Doha, brings together thousands of education professionals to discuss developments
In Uganda today family planning is at the top of the agenda. At the moment there are 34 million citizens but the country has one of the fastest
Uganda: corporal punishment
Maintaining control in the classroom is essential but some methods of keeping order are controversial.
This week we look at some of the initiatives aiming to build a hygienic educational environment and teach students about their health. We went to