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Uganda anti-gay bill draws church, donor battle lines

Jun 29 2012

KAMPALA Peter, 23, used to enjoy hitting Kampala's bars with his boyfriend until a draft bill dubbed "kill the gays" forced him into hiding.

Uganda anti-gay bill draws church, donor battle lines

Jun 28 2012

KAMPALA Peter, 23, used to enjoy hitting Kampala's bars with his boyfriend until a draft bill dubbed "kill the gays" forced him into hiding.

Uganda anti-gay bill draws church, donor battle lines

Jun 28 2012

KAMPALA Peter, 23, used to enjoy hitting Kampala's bars with his boyfriend until a draft bill dubbed "kill the gays" forced him into hiding.

Uganda anti-gay bill draws church, donor battle lines

Jun 28 2012

KAMPALA Peter, 23, used to enjoy hitting Kampala's bars with his boyfriend until a draft bill dubbed "kill the gays" forced him into hiding.

Uganda troops dig houses from mud after landslide

Jun 27 2012

BUNAMULEMAWA, Uganda Villagers and soldiers in eastern Uganda on Wednesday began hacking away at a wall of mud with shovels and hoes after a landslide on Monday turned two villages into a muddy grave, killing about 30 people and leaving more than 100 missing.

More than 100 missing after Uganda landslide: government

Jun 26 2012

BUNAMULEMAWA, Uganda More than 100 people were missing and about 30 confirmed killed in eastern Uganda on Tuesday after a landslide the previous day buried villages in a coffee-growing area on the slopes of Mount Elgon, the government said.

More than 100 missing after Uganda landslide: government

Jun 26 2012

BUNAMULEMAWA, Uganda More than 100 people were missing and about 30 confirmed killed in eastern Uganda on Tuesday after a landslide the previous day buried villages in a coffee-growing area on the slopes of Mount Elgon, the government said. | Video

Uganda to ban NGOs accused of promoting gay rights

Jun 20 2012

KAMPALA Uganda said on Wednesday it was banning 38 non-governmental organizations it accuses of promoting homosexuality and recruiting children.

Uganda says could eject Oxfam over land grab claims

May 09 2012

KAMPALA Uganda has threatened to kick out Oxfam after the British charity accused the government of complicity in violent land grabs for commercial gains, according to the interior ministry.

Uganda says could eject Oxfam over land grab claims

May 09 2012

KAMPALA Uganda has threatened to kick out Oxfam after the British charity accused the government of complicity in violent land grabs for commercial gains, according to the interior ministry.

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