Other today's Pick News
Rwanda on Friday partially suspended BBC broadcasts over a controversial documentary on the central African country's leadership and the 1994 genocide.
    That is an insult. Why should I groom my son? This is not a monarchy; this is not a feudal arrangement. It is a democratic order.
      The UN mission in South Sudan is bracing for ongoing fighting even if a political deal is reached between rival leaders, the new head of mission said Wednesday.
        When Ugandan farmer's daughter Rose Akurut became engaged to a man from a village far from her own, her parents could not be more thrilled.
          Britain's Houses of Parliament desperately need some feline protection to tackle the growing mouse population - but the job would require an impractical number of cats prowling the corridors of power.
            FORMER FDC leader, Col Kizza Besigye was thrown out of a conference on free and fair elections at Hotel Brovad in Masaka on grounds that he was not officially invited
              A group of South Sudanese women peace activists has suggested that men in the civil war-torn country be denied sex
                US healthcare giant Johnson & Johnson on Wednesday said it would spend up to $200 million to speed up and expand its Ebola vaccine program, with testing slated to begin in January.
                  Tanzania will hold a referendum in April 2015 on a new constitution, the government has announced, a move rejected by the opposition, who said Thursday that the drafting process ignored it.
                    The Constitutional Court has ruled that the July 2010 Kampala twin bombing suspects are detained in Uganda legally and must stand trial in the High Court.
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                      Should diplomatic passports issued to ex-govt workers be with drawn?
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