May 9, 2017

For Uganda and Ethiopia, it’s $200m less in US...

For Uganda and Ethiopia, it’s $200m less in US aid

by Allan Olingo |Uganda and Ethiopia will be the biggest losers in the region in the US President Donald Trump administration proposal to do away with all funding through the development assistance account, instead channelling these monies towards economic assistance.

According to a State Department budget document seen by The EastAfrican, the 2017/18 budget proposes a 30.8 per cent cut to overall foreign aid. In Africa, Washington is looking at saving $777.1 million from the proposed budget cuts prepared early this month. Read more

July 4, 2016

Martyrs’ Memorial Day Celebrations 2016 in...

Martyrs’ Memorial Day Celebrations 2016 in Uganda

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October 13, 2015

Ugandan army declares withdrawal from South Sudan

Ugandan army declares withdrawal from South Sudan

Ugandan army declares withdrawal from South SudanUgandan government has on Monday finally declared to withdraw its troops, the Ugandan People’s Defence Forces (UPDF), from South Sudan, but the South Sudanese army (SPLA) said the foreign forces should stay a little bit longer until security arrangements were made with the armed opposition faction led by former vice president, Riek Machar. Read more

December 27, 2014

أوغندا: لن ننسحب من جوبا إلا بعد تحقيق الأمن

أوغندا: لن ننسحب من جوبا
إلا بعد تحقيق الأمن

 أوغندا: لن ننسحب من جوبا إلا بعد تحقيق الأمنأبوظبي – سكاي نيوز عربية
أعلنت أوغندا، الجمعة، أنها لن تنسحب من جنوب السودان، إلا بعد أن يتم تأمين جوبا، ومنع أي هجوم لمسلحي المعارضة على العاصمة، وذلك فيما يدخل القتال في أحدث دولة في العالم عامه الثاني. Read more

December 18, 2014

Uganda warns citizens against danger on...

Uganda warns citizens against danger on Nimule-Juba road

Uganda warns citizens against danger on Nimule-Juba roadKAMPALA – The Ugandan government on Wednesday warned its citizens exercise caution while travelling along the Juba-Nimule highway linking Uganda to South Sudan.

The warning came days after rebels led by the former vice-president Riek Machar claimed responsibility for attack on the lifeline highway, which resulted into the destruction of two trucks loaded with food and another military pick-up. Read more

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