|Uganda President re-elected|
afrol News, 20 February - With 98 percent of the votes already counted, Uganda's Electoral Commission can already conclude on a large victory for President Yoweri Museveni. But will the opposition accept defeat?
|Al Shabaab's Uganda attack backfires|
afrol News, 16 July - The Somali Islamist group Al Shabaab was hailed by Al Qaeda colleagues for its first major terrorist act abroad, in Uganda. But the grotesque "success" is backfiring as efforts to fight the group in Somalia increase.
|Nile water resource dispute splits region|
afrol News, 14 May - Ethiopia, Uganda, Tanzania and Rwanda have signed a controversial deal to regulate and share the waters of River Nile, despite protests from downstream nations Sudan and Egypt. Ethiopia at the same time opened its first major dam on the Nile.
|Ugandan rebels increase terror in neighbour countries|
afrol News, 14 May - There is now "a dramatic rise in the frequency and brutality of attacks" by the Ugandan armed group known as the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) against civilians in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Sudan and the Central Africa Republic. Uganda is asking neighbours to be allowed to take action.
|Uganda tombs to be reconstructed|
afrol News, 13 April - An expert group has concluded that it is "feasible" to reconstruct the Tombs of Buganda Kings, Uganda's only World Heritage List site, lost to fire last month. The Ugandan government has secured UNESCO assistance for the works.
|LRA now also in Central African Republic|
afrol News, 31 March - The Lord's Resistance Army (LRA), one of Africa's most brutal rebel groups, now have attacked civilians in a fourth country, the Central African Republic. The looting and massacring rebels are becoming a regional threat to security and stability.
|Uganda turning into an oil economy|
afrol News, 19 March - Major oil fields are being developed, refineries and an oil pipeline to the coast are planned and large amounts of petrodollars soon will flow into Uganda's strained budgets. But lack of economic transparency and very poor public financial administration raise concerns of an "oil curse" in Uganda.
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» 21.01.2010 - 50,000 fruit farmers in Uganda and Kenya empowered to supply Coca-Cola
» 14.01.2010 - Museveni distances himself from anti gay bill
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» 08.01.2010 - Uganda to review anti-gay bill
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