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Kyagulanyi's NUP adopts one more color

The EC spokesperson Paul Bukenya said NUP followed the rightful procedure in the change of the party colors which they approved.

AU chief condemns US police killing of unarmed...

George Floyd, 46, was killed Monday by police after being arrested on suspicion of using a counterfeit banknote.

Using pandemic to erode human rights is 'unacceptable':...

As governments around the world implemented extraordinary measures to deal with the outbreak, activists have increasingly warned of strongmen regimes using...

COVID-19 fight and human rights: How can...

One media house ran a story of a lady under quarantine giving birth without the assistance of a medical worker in what I would dub very poor conditions....

COVID-19: Gender, human rights perspective...

Considering the fact that women, the elderly, adolescents, youth and children, persons with disabilities and refugees experience the highest degree of...

COVID-19 and Human Rights: What to look out...

All the frontline actors should demonstrate respect for human dignity in the battle against this dreaded COVID-19 albeit the evident perilous circumstances...

UAE revokes citizenship of dissidents' families...

The government of the oil-rich Gulf state has revoked the citizenship of 19 relatives of two dissidents and at least 30 relatives of six dissidents are...

Iran denies parole for UK-Iranian, rights...

The two women launched a three-day hunger strike in January and ended it after being allowed to resume medical treatment outside the prison, according...

Victims of Human Rights Abuse complain of...

Some of the victims also complain of meager benefits awarded by the commission once a judgment is passed.

'Property': Girls push for Fik Fameica's...

In the musical production titled 'Property', women are depicted as property, sukaali (sugar), chapatti and yoghurt.

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Kawempe neonatal ICU gets new equipment

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The health minister, Dr Ruth Aceng, urged health workers to use the new facilities to save the newborns.