According to police, a neighbour reported she was having 'romantic relationships' with girls of her age
Homosexuality banned in Uganda since 1952
'The results show clearly that refugees benefit those countries that welcome them and give them what they need to build new lives'
More than 200 people have died on this highway so far in 2016, suggeting it could trump Bolivia's infamous 'Death Road'
List includes Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Switzerland
'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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The study found 6-8 per cent of men and 10-16 per cent of women in Uganda had been sexually active with another man or woman
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'
Fry said he attempted suicide after conducting a television interview with Uganda’s minister for Ethics and Integrity
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