Murdered Europeans – Police Dismiss ISO Allegations of Doctored Report

[Observer] Police has dismissed allegations by the Internal Security Organisation (ISO) that its report on the death of European nationals was doctored to suit a desired narrative.

[Observer] Police has dismissed allegations by the Internal Security Organisation (ISO) that its report on the death of European nationals was doctored to suit a desired narrative.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Separatists Threaten to Kill Kidnapped Official

[VOA] The crisis in Cameroon’s Anglophone regions continues to escalate. In a new video, a regional government official kidnapped by armed separatists says he will be executed if the government does not reveal the whereabouts of 47 detained separatist …

[VOA] The crisis in Cameroon's Anglophone regions continues to escalate. In a new video, a regional government official kidnapped by armed separatists says he will be executed if the government does not reveal the whereabouts of 47 detained separatist leaders.

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

The United Nations Strongly Supports Kenya’s Push to Achieve Universal Health Care

[IPS] Nairobi -Mr. Maina Kiai’s account (Nation, 24 February) of the exciting dialogue hosted at Stanford University, USA does not present a true account of what transpired at that meeting.

[IPS] Nairobi -Mr. Maina Kiai's account (Nation, 24 February) of the exciting dialogue hosted at Stanford University, USA does not present a true account of what transpired at that meeting.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Family Secures Court Order to Exhume Priest’s Body

[Monitor] Court in Mbale has issued an order allowing the police and the family to exhume the remains of the late Rev Fr Peter Kasooli Bwayo who was allegedly buried with unspecified treasures in July 2014.

[Monitor] Court in Mbale has issued an order allowing the police and the family to exhume the remains of the late Rev Fr Peter Kasooli Bwayo who was allegedly buried with unspecified treasures in July 2014.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Grief, Anger Mark the Burial of Killed Traffic Officer

[Monitor] Grief and anger marked the burial of a traffic police officer, who was knocked dead last week by Devine Bus registration number UBA 684T while on duty at Kabakanjagala junction along Rubaga road.

[Monitor] Grief and anger marked the burial of a traffic police officer, who was knocked dead last week by Devine Bus registration number UBA 684T while on duty at Kabakanjagala junction along Rubaga road.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Monitor, NTV to Name, Shame Errant Drivers

[Monitor] Kampala -The Nation Media Group – Uganda will tomorrow start a public road user campaign in which it will publish photographs and videos of errant road users as a way of curbing indiscipline on the roads.

[Monitor] Kampala -The Nation Media Group - Uganda will tomorrow start a public road user campaign in which it will publish photographs and videos of errant road users as a way of curbing indiscipline on the roads.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Museveni Should Turn Focus On Internal Issues

[Monitor] When former president George Bush was asked what principles would guide American foreign policy under his administration, he replied: “A question of what would be in the best interests of the United States”. Heads of State are influenced by d…

[Monitor] When former president George Bush was asked what principles would guide American foreign policy under his administration, he replied: "A question of what would be in the best interests of the United States". Heads of State are influenced by different perspectives which shape the policy decisions they make. Realists contend that nation-states focus on their 'national interests'. The realist perspective is the centrality of power; where power means the ability to influence the behaviour of others.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Gen Kayihura and the Lost Decade of Uganda Police

[Monitor] Ever since former flamboyant Inspector General of Police Gen Edward Kalekyezi Kayihura nibbled the dust in dramatic fashion, the news has been all about him. His report card has been written many times over most prominently by his detractors …

[Monitor] Ever since former flamboyant Inspector General of Police Gen Edward Kalekyezi Kayihura nibbled the dust in dramatic fashion, the news has been all about him. His report card has been written many times over most prominently by his detractors and it has not been a good one. To be fair, nearly everything that is visible to the naked eye changed (and improved) under the watch of Gen Kayihura.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda