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International · Rwanda
USA tasks Rwanda to end support for M23 rebels in DRC - Watchdog Uganda
U.S. Secretary of State, Antony Blinken has urged Rwandan President Paul Kagame to end alleged support for the M23 rebels in the Democratic Republic of Congo. A mostly Congolese Tutsi group, M23 first leaped to prominence in 2012 by briefly capturing the city of Goma.See the Story
President Tshisekedi: Rwanda's Kagame is DRC, Africa's problem, we need to help Rwandans get rid of him - Watchdog Uganda
President Tshisekedi is currently battling the M23 rebels in the mineral rich country. He accuses the rebels of being sponsored by President Kagame of Rwanda. He made the comments on December 4, 2022 while meeting youth representatives from all DR Congo provinces. The M23 is one of dozens of armed groups that have made eastern Congo one of most violent regions in Africa.See the Story
Here is an emotional letter late Philly Bongole Lutaaya wrote to his brother in 1988 before publicly declaring his HIV status - Watchdog Uganda
In the late 1980s, HIV invaded Africa and Uganda is one of the countries that tested on the venom of deadly disease. In Uganda AIDS began from Masaka, Rakai.Unfortunately, most people thought it was witchcraft, until organizations like The Aids Support Organization came out and started sensitising them.See the Story
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Europe · London
'A stalwart': World mourns Britain's Queen Elizabeth II
Britain begins 10-day mourning period for Queen Elizabeth II. King Charles III to meet with the prime minister and deliver a speech. 96 gun salutes planned in London, one for each year of the queen's long life. People gather at British embassies to pay homage to the queen.See the Story
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Kenya · Kenya
Unwanted Witness Launches 2022 Privacy Scorecard; Uganda, Kenya doing badly on Data Protection Compliance - Watchdog Uganda
Unwanted Witness, a privacy and data protection watchdog has launched the 2022 Privacy Scorecard Report. The report was unveiled at the culmination of a three-day Privacy Symposium Africa 2022 held at Strathmore University. The scorecard report highlighted solutions to improve compliance with data laws in Kenya and Uganda.See the Story
PICTORIAL: President Museveni officially welcomed by Vietnamese leader Nguyễn Xuân Phúc - Watchdog Uganda
PICTORIAL: President Museveni officially welcomed by Vietnamese leader Nguyễn Xuân Phúc - Watchdog UgandaSee the Story
UN Security Council
"East Africa will solve the problem of rebels in Eastern Congo" - Museveni assures UN Security Council - Watchdog Uganda
President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni is optimistic that with the coming together of East Africa, the current instability in the Eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo will be dealt with once and for all. He was speaking to a delegation from the United Nations Security Council led by Ambassador Michel Xavier Biang, the Permanent Representative of Gabon to the UN.See the Story
KCCA Minister Hajjati Minsa Kabanda endorses Gen Museveni to stand again in the 2026 election - Watchdog Uganda
KCCA Minister Hajjati Minsa Kabanda endorses Gen Museveni to stand again in the 2026 election - Watchdog UgandaSee the Story
"We're are trying to create the best science and technology hub in Uganda", says KIU Vice Chancellor ahead of University's 26th graduation ceremony - Watchdog Uganda
Kampala International University (KIU) is set to graduate over 2,500 students this Saturday 12 November, 2022 at the institution's main campus in Kansanga. This will be the university's 26th graduation ceremony. Vice Chancellor, Dr. Mouhamad Mpezamihigo revealed that out of the 2, 500+ graduands, 43 per cent are females and in terms of science vs other disciplines, 45 per cent have been undertaking sciences.See the Story
Jinja · Jinja
Religious leaders visit Itanda falls in Jinja, attribute Ebola outbreak to Nyege Nyege - Watchdog Uganda
High profile leaders across the religious divide in Uganda yesterday paid a courtesy visit to Itanda falls near the source of the Nile. These clerics drew a grim connection between the outbreak of ebola epidemic in Uganda and the controversial Nyege N Yege festival. The visibly angry clerics mantain that such acts of sexual immolarity like strip dancing, indecent and provocative dressing are against Christian values and acceptable moral standards.See the Story
PROFILE: Who was Lt. Col Ahmed Kashilingi, a bushwar hero who played a pivotal role in bringing Museveni's government to power - Watchdog Uganda
Lt. Col (Rtd) Ahmed Kashilingi died on Wednesday night after a short illness. He was praised by Minister of Security Maj Gen Jim Muhwezi as a brave and dedicated soldier. His efforts saw them topple the Obote II's and the subsequent Gen Tito Okello Lutwa's governments.See the Story