In an eight page letter Mr Museveni said there are "better ways" of rescuing homosexual people from their "abnormality"
Once, the Lord’s Resistance Army preyed on elephants for food in the bush, but now it is ‘white gold’ they seek
This week's big questions are answered by political campaigner Peter Tatchell
Long-shelved law makes 'aggravated homosexuality' punishable by life imprisonment
The pair were betting on the outcome of the match at Old Trafford on Sunday
The country's spectacular turnaround has surprised even the most knowledgeable of DRC observers and analysts
Warning that gay people are being demonised across Commonwealth comes ahead of summit this week
The Democratic Republic of Congo’s M23 rebel group has declared an end to its 20-month insurgency and said it was ready to pursue a political solution after the army captured its last two strongholds.
New book by 'disgustologist' highlights how reactions to key triggers keep us safe – and help us find a mate
Human-rights groups fear refugees could be forced to return to the very countries they fled
Rutherford set to decide today if he will compete in Moscow but Farah reigns supreme
Since arriving in Britain, one thing I have failed to wrap my head around is the fact that there is poverty, homelessness and hunger in the developed world, just like in Africa
The Lord's Resistance Army has resorted to elephant poaching in order to fund its activities, according to human rights organisations.
Modest Ugandan returns to London knowing a repeat of last summer’s shock win will be tough
Joseph Kony, a notorious fugitive warlord, has been thrown a lifeline after a military force hunting him down in Central African Republic (CAR) had to suspend operations due to the recent coup in the country.
Prince of Wales Theatre, London