Uganda: World Bank Stops New Funding to Uganda Over Anti-LGBTQ+ Law

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Uganda: Museveni Signs Harsh Anti-Gay Bill Into Law

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Uganda: Government Imposes Ebola Lockdown

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Congo, Uganda: Operation Shujaa Extended in Eastern Congo

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Congo: Ugandan Forces to Withdraw Unless Governments Sign New Agreement

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Uganda: Kainerugaba's Retirement From Military Service Presages Political Ascent

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Democratic Republic of the Congo, Uganda: Kampala to Pay Reparations for 1998 War

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