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CRIPPLING CORRUPTION GIVES AL SHABAAB MILEAGE

    Islamist gunmen who massacred sleeping students in Kenya’s Garissa university knew what they were doing: they picked a soft target put…

Understanding East Africa’s terror attacks: Is militarism fanning instead of containing terrorism?

Understanding East Africa’s terror attacks: Is militarism fanning instead of containing terrorism?

A decade ago the public could walk in and out of shopping malls, restaurants, and buildings in the main cities of Kenya and…

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“Not all the firms that have applied have the financial and technical expertise; we therefore welcome other players, and Ugandans too should not shy away from participation.” –…

People, not governments, will end poverty By Peter Gregory It is currently fashionable among the international community to claim they need to help countries like Uganda prevent multinational…

Transforming the Uganda National Meteorological Authority ¦   Uganda National Meteorological Authority (UNMA), formerly the Department of Meteorology [DoM] under the Ministry of Water and Environment [MWE], was…

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UN personnel are also buyers of DRC Gold – Miners’ Chief [Q&A]

UN personnel are also buyers of DRC Gold – Miners’ Chief [Q&A]

Jonny Sasiirwe is the National Chairman of Uganda’s Artisanal and Small Scale Miners Association. He has been involved in mining for over 26 years and owns the Kasita…

STATEMENT BY HIS EXCELLENCY MR. AHMET DAVUTOĞLU, PRIME MINISTER OF THE REPUBLIC OF TURKEY ON THE OTTOMAN ARMENIANS WHO LOST THEIR LIVES DURING THE LAST YEARS OF THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE

STATEMENT BY HIS EXCELLENCY MR. AHMET DAVUTOĞLU, PRIME MINISTER OF THE REPUBLIC OF TURKEY ON THE OTTOMAN ARMENIANS WHO LOST THEIR LIVES DURING THE LAST YEARS OF THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE

During the last years of the Ottoman Empire, a very large number of Ottoman citizens from different ethnic and religious backgrounds endured great suffering, leaving deep scars in…

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Tanzania ban on witchcraft welcome Dear Editor, Tanzania recently banned witchdoctors in an attempt to combat a rise in the killing of albinos for their body…

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