'They were dragging people, they were beating people, they were undressing people'
Epidemic declared after 67 cases of the disease confirmed, including five deaths
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Western fans of the director’s Tarantino-style productions have come seeking a slice of the action – and ended up taking part.
Shelin Kasozi of Kyampisi Childcare Ministries says these sorts of cases were common at election time because some people believed blood sacrifices 'bring wealth and power'
'I have never seen another president and it seems it will be like that until he dies'
With eight candidates battling it out for the presidency, the election campaign has triggered a revival of interest among voters who have defied claimed intimidation tactics
With memories of his reign of terror still raw, Mr Ongwen faces justice at the International Criminal Court
In an atmosphere reminiscent of The Crucible the play lets you appreciate the pressures weighing on each character
A mother said she cried for a month when her daughter was diagnosed
The centre is helping abductees come to terms with their horrendous past
After his tour of Kenya, the pope is scheduled to visit the Central African Republic and Uganda
US channel was running segment ahead of Pope Francis' trip to three African nations, starting in Kenya
Some European countries such as Sweden and Norway cut funding to Uganda’s government when it passed an anti-gay bill that had wide support in Uganda
The knives may be out once and for all for Jeremy Corbyn