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Has Davos made the world better?

One persistent criticism is that World Economic Forum meetings have simply created a safe space for the corporate world to lobby governments without oversight....

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Kutesa attends high-level forum of Africa,...

The High level forum builds on the fifth African Union-European Union Summit held in Abidjan in 2017 that outlined the common priorities for the Europe-Africa...

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Saudi Arabia slams US Senate vote as 'interference'...

The Saudi ministry warned that the kingdom would not tolerate any "disrespect" of its rulers.

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Our MPs should support gov't on East African...

These e-passports have chips that are easier to read by the micro-processor reader at border points.

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Museveni sends special message to Kagame...

The undisclosed package is delivered to Kigali by foreign affairs minister Sam Kutesa.

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Migingo Island: a rocky Uganda-Kenya marriage...

While fishing communities around Lake Victoria have seen their catches slowly diminish over the years, the deep waters surrounding Migingo abound with...

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China in Sub-Saharan Africa

China has been increasingly keen on development financing provided by Chinese development finance institutions.

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On China-Uganda cooperation

Increased Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) from China to Uganda is instrumental for industrial sector development.

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UN begins talks on treaty to protect imperiled...

In 1982, the UN adopted the Convention on the Law of the Sea, but left the high seas free from restrictions.

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Make us proud, China-sponsored Ugandan students...

"We welcome more Ugandan young students to study in China. We believe you will become the driving forces to expedite Uganda's development," says Ambassador...

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'Golden handshake' for DR Congo's...

Ministers in the outgoing government of now ex-president Joseph Kabila awarded themselves "golden-handshake" benefits in two decrees which were passed on November 24, that safeguarded lifetime cash payments.