Kampala Uganda


'Kampala Uganda' - 8 News Result(s)

  • Top Pakistan Cricketers Stuck in Uganda After T20 League Payment Dispute

    Top Pakistan Cricketers Stuck in Uganda After T20 League Payment Dispute

    The players had gone to Kampala, Uganda to play in a T20 league after taking due permission from the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). But upon landing in Kampala, they found out that the league has been abandoned after a dispute over payment issues.

  • Uganda Attacks Trial Resumes After Murder of Prosecutor

    Uganda Attacks Trial Resumes After Murder of Prosecutor

    The trial of 13 men accused of taking part in the 2010 Shebab bombings, which killed 76 people in Uganda's capital Kampala, resumed today without the lead prosecutor, who was murdered in March.

  • Uganda Judges Debate Bid to Overturn Anti-Gay Law

    Uganda Judges Debate Bid to Overturn Anti-Gay Law

    Ugandan state lawyers sought on Thursday to dismiss a petition by activists at the constitutional court seeking to overturn anti-gay legislation condemned by rights groups as draconian.

  • US Warns of Threat to Uganda's Entebbe Airport

    US Warns of Threat to Uganda's Entebbe Airport

    The United States warned its citizens in Uganda on Thursday about a "specific threat" of an attack within hours on Entebbe International Airport, which is near the capital Kampala, according to a message on the U.S. Embassy website.

  • Ugandan police drop 'force' in rebranding bid

    Ugandan police drop 'force' in rebranding bid

    Uganda's police have decided to rebrand by dropping the word "force" from their name in a bid to shed an image of brutality and corruption, a spokesman said.

  • Uganda president to sign anti-gay bill: official

    Uganda president to sign anti-gay bill: official

    Uganda President Yoweri Museveni will sign into law a controversial bill that will see homosexuals jailed for life despite international pressure, a government spokesman said on Monday.

  • Elephants poached by fugitives for survival in Africa

    Elephants poached by fugitives for survival in Africa

    Members of a militia run by fugitive African warlord Joseph Kony are killing elephants across Central Africa to support Kony's struggling group, according to a report by watchdog organizations that are urging the expansion of programs to encourage defections from the Lord's Resistance Army.

  • Advertisements trick women into sex work in Malaysia

    Advertisements pinned on the walls of shopping malls in Uganda's capital promise young women a free ticket to a well-paying job in Malaysia as a nanny, maid or bartender. Instead many are forced to become "sex slaves" to pay off travel fees and other costs amounting to as much as $7,000. The traffickers brainwash their victims into believing they m...

'Kampala Uganda' - 8 News Result(s)

  • Top Pakistan Cricketers Stuck in Uganda After T20 League Payment Dispute

    Top Pakistan Cricketers Stuck in Uganda After T20 League Payment Dispute

    The players had gone to Kampala, Uganda to play in a T20 league after taking due permission from the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). But upon landing in Kampala, they found out that the league has been abandoned after a dispute over payment issues.

  • Uganda Attacks Trial Resumes After Murder of Prosecutor

    Uganda Attacks Trial Resumes After Murder of Prosecutor

    The trial of 13 men accused of taking part in the 2010 Shebab bombings, which killed 76 people in Uganda's capital Kampala, resumed today without the lead prosecutor, who was murdered in March.

  • Uganda Judges Debate Bid to Overturn Anti-Gay Law

    Uganda Judges Debate Bid to Overturn Anti-Gay Law

    Ugandan state lawyers sought on Thursday to dismiss a petition by activists at the constitutional court seeking to overturn anti-gay legislation condemned by rights groups as draconian.

  • US Warns of Threat to Uganda's Entebbe Airport

    US Warns of Threat to Uganda's Entebbe Airport

    The United States warned its citizens in Uganda on Thursday about a "specific threat" of an attack within hours on Entebbe International Airport, which is near the capital Kampala, according to a message on the U.S. Embassy website.

  • Ugandan police drop 'force' in rebranding bid

    Ugandan police drop 'force' in rebranding bid

    Uganda's police have decided to rebrand by dropping the word "force" from their name in a bid to shed an image of brutality and corruption, a spokesman said.

  • Uganda president to sign anti-gay bill: official

    Uganda president to sign anti-gay bill: official

    Uganda President Yoweri Museveni will sign into law a controversial bill that will see homosexuals jailed for life despite international pressure, a government spokesman said on Monday.

  • Elephants poached by fugitives for survival in Africa

    Elephants poached by fugitives for survival in Africa

    Members of a militia run by fugitive African warlord Joseph Kony are killing elephants across Central Africa to support Kony's struggling group, according to a report by watchdog organizations that are urging the expansion of programs to encourage defections from the Lord's Resistance Army.

  • Advertisements trick women into sex work in Malaysia

    Advertisements pinned on the walls of shopping malls in Uganda's capital promise young women a free ticket to a well-paying job in Malaysia as a nanny, maid or bartender. Instead many are forced to become "sex slaves" to pay off travel fees and other costs amounting to as much as $7,000. The traffickers brainwash their victims into believing they m...

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