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Congolese refugees who have arrived in Uganda to escape violence in North Kivu province since early 2012.
The Uganda Red Cross Society, which runs the Bundibugyo transit centre, estimates that more than 66,000 people have fled the fighting last week in DRC's North Kivu province between government troops and the Allied Democratic Forces, a Ugandan rebel
Ghanaian fans in Istanbul cheer on the under-20 football team in their match against Iraq. The Black Satellites went on to win the clash 3-0, securing themselves third place in the Under-20 Fifa World Cup. Synchronised swimmers from Egypt practise
Bundibugyo In a corner of a just opened refugee transit centre in western Uganda, a scared and confused 15-year-old orphan, Jean,* shares a tent with other Congolese boys who have lost or been separated from their families...Since last Thursday, more
The Uganda People's Defense Forces will not cross the border into Congo to pursue the ADF unless the Congo Government has given them permission, Army Spokesperson Lt...The ADF Thursday night attacked parts of eastern Congo leading to an influx of
Refugees from eastern DRC wait at the Busunga border in western Uganda on July 13. (Isaac Kasamani, AFP) "Given such numbers there is need for urgent humanitarian assistance, as some of the refugees are sick and have left all their belongings in
At least 18,000 Congolese refugees have fled to Uganda following fresh clashes in the central African nation, the Uganda Red Cross said on Friday. The Red Cross estimates that another 10,000 may be seeking to enter Uganda...Ugandan military forces
The study conducted in 24 districts revealed that there is scarcity of HIV test kits in both private and public health facilities for the last three months...The absence of the kits affects efforts to combat the disease," she said. The survey
Associated Press Scores of Ugandans were isolated on Thursday to prevent the spread of a new outbreak of Ebola in Uganda, the scene of increasingly regular outbreaks of deadly hemorrhagic fevers that have left health officials grappling for answers.
The Police has questioned Isaac Kyaligonza, the head of the procurement and disposal unit in the education ministry, over contracts under a World Bank project that are suspected to have been irregularly awarded...Sources said Kyaligonza, accompanied