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Today in History: Uganda rejoins Commonwealth...

August 19, 1996: The Commonwealth Parliamentary Association executive committee accepted Uganda's application for re-entry into the CPA. The decision was...

Malaysian virus lockdown tips for women spark...

Other posts advised women working at home to wear make-up and dress neatly, rather than in casual clothes.

Malaysia gives scholarships to Ugandans

Other Universities to receive the opportunity are Makerere, Mbarara, Uganda Islamic University and Uganda Petroleum Institute, Kigumba.

British woman charged with murdering husband...

Samantha Jones, 51, appeared in court on the island accused of killing John William Jones, who was found with a stab wound to the chest in their house...

Wife of ex-Malaysian leader charged with...

The 66-year-old pleaded not guilty to 17 charges of money laundering and tax evasion at a court complex where her husband Najib Razak was also making a...

Malaysia ex-PM faces barrage of charges over...

Najib, who suffered a shock election defeat in May, was arrested Wednesday by officials probing claims the former prime minister and his cronies looted...

One dead, 18 missing after migrant boat capsizes...

Indonesian illegal migrants often make a perilous journey in small rickety boats to Malaysia in search of work, mainly in construction and agriculture....

Outrage after Malaysian man marries 11-year-old...

Malaysian activists have called for law reform to end child marriage, which they said was widespread among the country's Muslim population.

Malaysia's Mahathir gets down to work after...

Mahathir, who was himself accused of ruling with an iron fist in his first stint as premier, is now the world's oldest elected leader.

Elderly ex-strongman seeks return to power...

Joining forces with Mahathir has been a gamble for the opposition as he is a divisive figure.

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Kawempe neonatal ICU gets new equipment

Kawempe neonatal ICU gets new equipment

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