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Rush Limbaugh

Rush Limbaugh, the American radio talk show host, said President Barack Obama is "targeting Christians" by sending troops to Uganda to fight the Lord's Resistance Army. Read more»

Protesters demonstrate December 10, 2009, against a Ugandan bill that widens the scope of illegality, threatening not just life imprisonment and the death penalty, but also imprisonment for anyone who houses, promotes or who fails to report homosexuals.

Ugandan lawmakers failed to debate a new anti-gay law Friday, proposed by an ambitious evangelical member of Parliament, that calls for the death penalty for some homosexual acts. Read more»

Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni, 2009.

With all the natural disasters occurring recently—earthquakes, tsunamis, and tornadoes—it’s easy to miss the man-made disaster about to occur in Uganda. But it will destroy countless lives. And unlike the natural disasters, we can do something to stop it. Read more»

Thirteen people have died in northeastern Uganda from a mysterious disease. The World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control are investigating the outbreak of the disease that appears to be similar to the Ebola and Marburg hemorrhagic viruses. Read more»

'Blizzard in the Jungle' is a North Korean adventure thriller set in Africa.

Heinz Insu Fenkl, a literature professor at the State University of New York, has cracked one secret to understanding the bizarre regime of North Korea: by reading its comic books. Read more»

At least 74 people have been killed in the terror bombings in Uganda on Sunday. Al Shabaab, the Somali ally of Al Qaeda, have claimed responsibility for the deadly explosions, which targetted people watching the World Cup final Sunday night. Read more»