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15 Sep 2005 description
report AllAfrica

Uganda has amended its constitution and moved from a no-party political setup to a multi-party political arrangement, abolished presidential term limits, with a presidential election slated for 2006. The country is one of the few HIV/Aids success stories in the world, with the prevalence rate falling from around 30 percent in the early 1990s to less than 7 percent today.

15 Sep 2005 description
report AllAfrica

Washington, DC - Uganda has amended its constitution and moved from a no-party political setup to a multi-party political arrangement, abolished presidential term limits, with a presidential election slated for 2006. The country is one of the few HIV/Aids success stories in the world, with the prevalence rate falling from around 30 percent in the early 1990s to less than 7 percent today.

18 Jul 2005 description
report AllAfrica

by Felix Basiime

Mbarara, Jul 18, 2005 --FRESH fighting in the Democratic Republic of Congo has sparked off a new exodus of about 140 Congolese refugees who have entered Uganda's border districts of Kanungu and Kisoro.

The 2nd Division Army Spokesman, Lt. Chris Magezi, said fresh fighting between local militia groups had erupted about 20kms inside DR Congo in Nyakakoma and Nyamirima, a landing site at Lake Edward.

"Our forces at the border can hear motor sounds from DRC very well.

17 Jul 2005 description
report AllAfrica

by John Bayingana and James Munyaneza

Kigali, Jul 17, 2005 --Rwanda and Uganda last Friday went a step further in burying their diplomatic hatchet, when the two countries signed an extradition treaty that will enable both countries deport each others' nationals fleeing from justice.

03 May 2005 description
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by Hussein Abdullahi

Nairobi, May 03, 2005 (The Nation/All Africa Global Media via COMTEX) --A woman and her three sons died as rains pounded refugee camps in Dadaab, Garissa District, at the weekend.