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B. 2016-02-21 Uganda leader Museveni declared winner Uganda
C. 2014-09-09 Baby boy with eight limbs progressing well after operation Kampala, Uganda
3. 2014-08-01 Uganda court annuls anti-gay law Uganda
4. 2014-02-27 World Bank stalls $90m Uganda loan Uganda
5. 2014-02-25 Uganda health services 'are for all' Uganda
2014-02-25 Uganda tabloid names 'homosexuals' Uganda
7. 2014-02-16 Uganda's president to sign anti-gay bill Kampala, Uganda
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2016
Uganda leader Museveni declared winner
Disasters
2016 2016
Disasters
Crime
2016 2016
Crime
War & Army
2016 2016
War & Army
Homosexual
2016 2016
Homosexual
2015
LRA leader transferred to The Hague
Disasters
2015 2015
Disasters
LRA leader transferred to The Hague
War & Army
2015 2015
War & Army
Homosexual
2015 2015
Homosexual
2014
Uganda court annuls anti-gay law
World Bank stalls $90m Uganda loan
Uganda tabloid names 'homosexuals'
Uganda's president to sign anti-gay bill
Baby boy with eight limbs progressing well a...
Dozens of Congolese refugees 'killed in boat...
Crime
2014 2014
Crime
War & Army
2014 2014
War & Army
Uganda court annuls anti-gay law
World Bank stalls $90m Uganda loan
Uganda tabloid names 'homosexuals'
Uganda's president to sign anti-gay bill
2013
Uganda gays face life in prison
Uganda tanker fire kills 29 people
Crime
2013 2013
Crime
War & Army
2013 2013
War & Army
Uganda gays face life in prison
2012
Politics
2012 2012
Politics
Ebola outbreak spreads to prisoners
Deadly Ebola virus kills 14 in Uganda
18 killed, scores missing after landslides
Uganda displays captive Kony lieutenant
African Union beefs up forces to hunt Joseph...
Uganda displays captive Kony lieutenant
African Union beefs up forces to hunt Joseph...
Homosexual
2012 2012
Homosexual
2011
Opposition leader hurt in protest march
Yoweri Museveni wins fresh term
Opposition defiant president wins election
Disasters
2011 2011
Disasters
Gay rights activist bludgeoned to death
US troops to aid Uganda battle
Gay rights activist bludgeoned to death
2010
Ugandan tabloid publishes new 'gay list'
Anti-gay measure may be law soon
More AU troops to Somalia
Scuffles mark AU summit
Africa to boost its Somalia force
Anthrax kills 82 hippos, 9 buffalo
Uganda tense after fire guts cultural site
106 bodies recovered after landslides
Uganda 'bombers' photos released
Somali Islamists claim Uganda attack
Twin blasts in Uganda capital kill 64 pe...
Police arrest Rwandan genocide suspect
More AU troops to Somalia
Africa to boost its Somalia force
Police arrest Rwandan genocide suspect
Ugandan tabloid publishes new 'gay list'
Anti-gay measure may be law soon
2009
Uganda criticized over anti-gay proposals
Police disperse hungry protesters
Disasters
2009 2009
Disasters
Rwanda genocide suspect arrested
Hundreds arrested in deadly riots
Rwanda genocide suspect arrested
Uganda criticized over anti-gay proposals
2008
Politics
2008 2008
Politics
19 schoolgirls die in blaze
Crime
2008 2008
Crime
3 armies 'attack Uganda rebels'
Homosexual
2008 2008
Homosexual
2007
Commonwealth suspends Pakistan
Fooding washes away towns, lives
Crash kills 72 soldiers
Crime
2007 2007
Crime
Crash kills 72 soldiers
Homosexual
2007 2007
Homosexual
2006
Uganda and LRA rebels sign truce
Museveni won presidential race
Church roof collapse kills 27
Crime
2006 2006
Crime
Uganda and LRA rebels sign truce
Homosexual
2006 2006
Homosexual
2005
Politics
2005 2005
Politics
Disasters
2005 2005
Disasters
ICC moves against Ugandan rebels
ICC moves against Ugandan rebels
Homosexual
2005 2005
Homosexual
2004
Politics
2004 2004
Politics
Disasters
2004 2004
Disasters
Rebels kill nearly 200
Rebels kill nearly 200
Homosexual
2004 2004
Homosexual
2003
Ugandan dictator Idi Amin dies
Idi Amin fighting for life
Disasters
2003 2003
Disasters
Crime
2003 2003
Crime
War & Army
2003 2003
War & Army
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2003 2003
Homosexual
2002
Politics
2002 2002
Politics
60 die in bus crash
Crime
2002 2002
Crime
War & Army
2002 2002
War & Army
Homosexual
2002 2002
Homosexual
2000
Politics
2000 2000
Politics
Disasters
2000 2000
Disasters
Hundreds killed in doomsday cult
War & Army
2000 2000
War & Army
Homosexual
2000 2000
Homosexual

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Uganda leader Museveni declared winner  President Yoweri Museveni extended his 30-year grip on power after the commission declared him the winner despite an outcry from the opposition LRA leader transferred to The Hague  Top Ugandan rebel commander Dominic Ongwen has arrived in The Hague to stand trial on war crimes charges Baby boy with eight limbs progressing well after operation   A baby born with fou4r legs and 4 arms is progressing well after surgeons successfully completed an operation to remove his extra limbs Uganda court annuls anti-gay law  Uganda's Constitutional Court has annulled tough anti-gay legislation signed into law in February Dozens of Congolese refugees 'killed in boat accident'  The death toll after from a boat accident on Lake Albert between Uganda and Democratic Republic of Congo climbed to more than 100 World Bank stalls $90m Uganda loan   The World Bank has postponed a $90m (54m) loan to Uganda over its tough new anti-gay law that has drawn criticism from around the world   Uganda health services 'are for all'  Health minister says homosexuals will not be discriminated against when accessing healthcare despite the introduction of a tough new anti-gay law Uganda tabloid names 'homosexuals'


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  Red Pepper has named the country's '200 top homosexuals', a day after President Museveni signed into law a bill toughening penalties for gay people
2014 Feb.16     Uganda's president to sign anti-gay bill Map of Kampala Uganda  Yoweri Museveni is citing scientific, not political, considerations for a measure in a country that criminalizes homosexuality

year 2013 Top ^

2013 Dec.20       Uganda gays face life in prison   Uganda's parliament has passed a bill to toughen the punishment for homosexual acts to include life imprisonment in some cases 2013 Jun.30   Uganda tanker fire kills 29 people  At least 29 people have been killed in the Ugandan capital after a car crashed into a fuel tanker, police say

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2012 Aug.12   Kiprotich ends Uganda's long wait for Olympic gold  Stephen Kiprotich of Uganda celebrates as he wins the men's marathon 2012 Aug.2   Ebola outbreak spreads to prisoners  The hospital at the center of an Ebola outbreak in Uganda is now dealing with 30 suspected cases, including five from Kibaale prison 2012 Jul.28   Deadly Ebola virus kills 14 in Uganda  The lethal virus has left at least 14 people dead in western Uganda this month, after local reports of a "strange disease" swept through the region 2012 Jun.26   18 killed, scores missing after landslides  Another nine were injured and countless more may be missing. Heavy rains sent rocks and mud crashing down on the villages in the mountainous district 2012 May.14   Uganda displays captive Kony lieutenant  Uganda says it has captured Caesar Achellam, a top commander of the Lord's Resistance Army 2012 Mar.24   African Union beefs up forces to hunt Joseph Kony  The African Union plans to deploy 5,000 troops to hunt down the notorious leader of the Lord's Resistance Army who is wanted for war crimes

year 2011 Top ^

2011 Oct.14     US troops to aid Uganda battle
  President Obama is sending about 100 troops to help hunt down the leaders of the notoriously violent Lord's Resistance Army in and around Uganda 2011 Apr.14   Opposition leader hurt in protest march  Kizza Besigye, the leader of Uganda's main opposition party, was taken to a hospital 2011 Feb.20   Opposition defiant president wins election  Electoral commission declared that President Museveni had won another term, an election that an opposition leader blasted as a 'sham'     Yoweri Museveni wins fresh term  Yoweri Museveni has been declared the winner of presidential elections, extending his 25 years in power, taking 68% of the vote in the poll 2011 Jan.27     Gay rights activist bludgeoned to death  David Kato whose name was published on a list of the nation's 'top homosexuals' was bludgeoned to death in his home near the capital

year 2010 Top ^

2010 Nov.1   Ugandan tabloid publishes new 'gay list'  The editor of the Rolling Stone has published a list of 10 gay and lesbian people, urging readers to report them to the police 2010 Oct.27   Anti-gay measure may be law soon  A controversial 'anti-gay' bill that would call for stiff penalties against homosexuality -- including life imprisonment and the death penalty 2010 Jul.29   Anthrax kills 82 hippos, 9 buffalo  The areas most affected surround the Kazinga Channel 2010 Jul.27     More AU troops to Somalia
Map of Munyonyo Uganda  The African Union summit ended without a resolution to change the mandate of its mission in Somalia from peacekeeping to peace enforcing 2010 Jul.26   Scuffles mark AU summit  Scuffles between Gadhafi's presidential guard and Ugandan security personnel have twice broken out on the shores of Lake Victoria   Africa to boost its Somalia force  African Union leaders at a summit in Uganda have agreed to reinforce the AU peacekeeping force in Somalia to counter al-Shabab militants 2010 Jul.18   Uganda 'bombers' photos released  Images of two men police believe carried out deadly bombings in Uganda a week ago have been released 2010 Jul.12   Somali Islamists claim Uganda attack  A militant movement claimed responsibility for a trio of bombings that killed at least 74 people when crowds had gathered to watch the World Cup final 2010 Jul.11     Twin blasts in Uganda capital kill 64 people Map of Kampala Uganda
  The blasts went off at a rugby club and at a restaurant, as football fans watched the World Cup final
 Another 65 people were injured by the blasts
2010 Jul.2   Police arrest Rwandan genocide suspect  Jean-Bosco Uwinkindi, now 59, a fugitive Rwandan clergyman wanted for his role in the 1994 genocide, has been arrested in Uganda 2010 Mar.17   Uganda tense after fire guts cultural site  Tensions were high after fire destroyed the Tombs of the Buganda Kings, a cultural site of major significance to the country's biggest tribe   Protesters killed at Kasubi tombs  At least two protesters have been shot dead by police after they tried to stop the president from visiting the site of a fire at a royal mausoleum 2010 Mar.2   106 bodies recovered after landslides  Massive landslides wiped out several villages around Mount Elgon on the Kenya border. 245 people who are still missing and feared dead

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2009 Dec.10   Uganda criticized over anti-gay proposals  Protesters called on the worldwide community to take action against Uganda as the African nation considers stricter laws against homosexuality 2009 Oct.28   Police disperse hungry protesters  Police fired warning shots near a crowd of protesters at a refugee settlement in southwestern Uganda 2009 Oct.6   Rwanda genocide suspect arrested  Police in Uganda have arrested and extradited IIdephonse Nizeyimana who is among the most wanted suspects from the Rwandan genocide 2009 Sep.13     Hundreds arrested in deadly riots  At least 640 people were arrested and 14 killed in fighting in the capital between government forces and loyalists of a traditional Buganda kingdom

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2008 Dec.14   3 armies 'attack Uganda rebels'  Uganda, DR Congo and the government of South Sudan launched a joint offensive against Ugandan rebels based in eastern DR Congo 2008 Apr.15   19 schoolgirls die in blaze  The fire erupted in their dormitory. Authorities also found the bodies of 2 adults in the ashes of the blaze at Buddo Junior School

year 2007 Top ^

2007 Nov.22   Commonwealth suspends Pakistan  Pakistan has been suspended from the 53-nation organization made up of the UK and its former colonies
 Secretary General Don McKinnon: Pakistan was being suspended 'pending restoration of democracy and the rule of law'
2007 Sep.20   Fooding washes away towns, lives  Uganda declared a state of emergency in the worst flood-affected areas as humanitarian workers tried to reach villages that have been cut off 2007 Aug.27     Crash kills 72 soldiers  Huge truck crashed into a concrete barrier in the east of the country at Kapchogo village near Mount Elgon 2007 Aug.3   Idi Amin's son jailed for role in murder  Faisal Wangita has been jailed for 5 years after being involved in a gang attack that left a man dead

year 2006 Top ^

2006 Nov.11   UN envoy holds peace talks  Jan Egeland has met government and rebel leaders to bolster talks aimed at ending a 20-year militant insurgency 2006 Oct.21   Museveni meets LRA rebels  President has met negotiators from the Lord's Resistance Army for the first time in an effort to revive stalled talks 2006 Sep.28   Peace talks stall as rebels walk out  Negotiators for Lord's Resistance Army rebels are accusing the army of surrounding their fighters 2006 Aug.26     Uganda and LRA rebels sign truce
  The government and the Lord's Resistance Army have signed a truce aimed at ending the bitter war 2006 Jul.4   'Amnesty' for rebel chief  President Museveni has promised to grant Joseph Kony an amnesty if peace talks next week are successful 2006 Apr.6   Top court to let vote stand  The Supreme Court rejected an opposition leader's call to nullify presidential election 2006 Apr.1   Rebel 'terror' appals UN  UN humanitarian affairs chief: The activities of rebels are 'terrorism of the worst kind anywhere in the world' 2006 Mar.8     Church roof collapse kills 27   A brick wall collapsed onto the congregation at a evening service during a rain storm in the capital Kampala 2006 Feb.25     Museveni won presidential race
  Longtime incumbent leader has won the race, but the closest runner-up says he plans to challenge the results
2006 Feb.23   Ugandans counting landmark vote  Long lines of voters were still waiting when polling stations closed; they were allowed to cast their ballots 2006 Feb.22     Ugandans begin presidential vote  The nation's first multi-party presidential elections in 25 years 2006 Jan.2   Museveni election rival released  High Court has released on bail opposition leader, who is running in elections next month

year 2005 Top ^

2005 Dec.22   Children victims of civil war  U.N. estimates: Insurgents have seized 25,000 kids some as young as 13 2005 Dec.20   UK cuts Uganda aid in poll fears  Britain is to cut the amount of the aid by 15m because of concerns about the country's slow progress to democracy 2005 Nov.25   Treason case pressed at summit  Supporters of jailed opposition leader Besigye plan to question President Museveni on Besigye 2005 Nov.19   President Museveni to stand again  Yoweri Museveni , who came to power 20 years ago, has said he will stand for re-election in next March's polls 2005 Oct.6     ICC moves against Ugandan rebels  The International Criminal Court has ordered the arrest of 5 leaders of the movement the Lord's Resistance Army 2005 Jan.1   Uganda to clamp down on rebels  President Museveni has vowed to step up military action after a rebel attack ended a two-month truce

year 2004 Top ^

2004 Oct.21   UN urges end to Ugandan 'horror'  Northern Uganda is suffering the most neglected humanitarian crisis with 20,000 children caught up in a war 2004 Feb.22       Rebels kill nearly 200
  Rebels, most of them children, baby soldiers, are reported to have attacked a refugee camp in northern Uganda
2004 Feb.3   40 feared drowned  A motor-powered boat with about 75 passengers, mostly traders, capsized in Lake Albert in western Uganda

year 2003 Top ^

2003 Aug.15     Ugandan dictator Idi Amin dies
  Idi Amin, who had lived for years in exile, is blamed for the murders of tens of thousands of Ugandans in the 1970s 2003 Jul.21   Idi Amin fighting for life  Former Ugandan leader is in a deteriorating condition 3 days after slipping into a coma 2003 Apr.10   Uganda to pull out of Congo  Troops should leave by April 24, the presidents of 5 African nations decided at a summit 2003 Apr.5   Hundreds killed by Ugandans and allies  A Congolese rebel leaders said that rival Ugandan troops and tribal fighters killed nearly 1,000 civilians in raids on 3 towns

year 2002 Top ^

2002 Oct.20   Pope beatifies Ugandan martyrs  John Paul II has beatified 2 teenage missionary 'martyrs' among 6 people added to those on the path to sainthood 2002 Sep.15   Rebels release priests  Two elderly Italian priests kidnapped by Lord's Resistance Army have been released unharmed 2002 Sep.7   Uganda and Congo sign peace deal  The presidents met to sign a peace accord that includes the withdrawal of Ugandan forces from Congo 2002 Aug.7   Thousands flee after attack  Refugees who fled a raid on a camp have begun an exodus to find safety 2002 Jul.18   60 die in bus crash  Fuel truck and a passenger bus collided and exploded in flames. There were no survivors from the bus 2002 Jun.8   40 feared dead in lake accident  Boat capsized in Lake Victoria after it came upon bad weather 2002 May.11   Uganda rebels massacre villagers  Ugandan rebels from the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) have killed several hundred Sudanese civilians

year 2001 Top ^

2001 Dec.10   Ebola alert issued  28 people died from haemorrhaging near the border with Congo 2001 Nov.6   Agree to stop supporting dissidents  Rwanda and Uganda agreed to crack down on cross-border support for dissidents 2001 May.12   Gadhafi to mediate Uganda, Sudan  Gadhafi has convinced the two states to reinvigorate 1999 peace agreement 2001 Mar.31   36 dead in Lake Victoria  A boat capsized and all 22 people on board are believed to have drowned. Another ship capsized, 14 are missing 2001 Mar.14   1 dead, 6 injured in bomb blast  Home-made bomb with a timer exploded at a mini-bus terminal in the capital Kampala 2001 Mar.13   Challenger rejects election results  Besigye, charging widespread fraud, rejected results of presidential election. Counts show Museveni taking a lead 2001 Mar.2   Presidential election delayed  Election has been postponed until March 12 to allow more time for the display of voting registers 2001 Feb.20   To withdraw troops from Congo  Uganda may soon withdraw 1,000 troops in response to recent moves to end a war 2001 Jan.29   Blasts injure 6  3 separate bomb attacks in Kampala. The bombs went off at the same time

year 2000 Top ^

2000 Dec.19   Ebola cases fall steadily  Ebola fever is fading fast with only 2 deaths reported in the past 11 days. Death toll is 162 2000 Nov.21   Ebola outbreak nearly contained  No new deaths or cases reported in the last 5 days 2000 Mar.18     Hundreds killed in doomsday cult
  Over 900 followers of the Restoration of the Ten Commandments of God have so far been discovered in mass graves