She dug to find out what ugandan boys were wearing in old photographs.
Then, ugandan Archbishop Henry Orombi rose and predicted, “Someday, we will have a purpose driven continent!”
For ugandan lawmakers, the anti-gay bill has served its purpose again.
Nina Strochlic talks to the pastor and ugandan activists about the landmark case.
If the locals are so desperate, then it raises the question: Why are the U.S. and ugandan troops halting operations?
He also wore a badge that said “kuchu” (meant to represent “gay” in a ugandan language) and carried a rainbow flag.
Aijo is a son of a Latvian and a ugandan and has lived in London in recent years.
The ugandan character playing Joseph Smith wears a shrunken jacket from a downed pilot lost in the jungle.
The ugandan dictator Idi Amin moved there after being overthrown in 1979 and stayed until his death 24 years later.
Now, at a bustling lunch spot downtown in the ugandan capital, the slight man is dressed in a tight shirt and jeans.
from Swahili u "land, country" + Ganda, indigenous people name, of unknown origin.
Landlocked nation on Lake Victoria in east-central Africa, bordered by Tanzania and Rwanda to the south, Democratic Republic of Congo to the west, Sudan to the north, and Kenya to the east. Its capital and largest city is Kampala.
Note: From 1971 to 1979, Uganda was ruled by the notorious military strongman Idi Amin. It is estimated that Amin killed as many as 300,000 Ugandans through internal purges and campaigns of terror before he was overthrown.
Note: Under Amin, Uganda was a sponsor of international terrorism. In 1976, a French airliner was hijacked and flown to Entebbe Airport outside Kampala. An Israeli commando unit subsequently rescued the hostages in a sensational raid.