Tehran 4 February _Israel says it has reached an agreement with Sudan to jointly work towards normalization of ties, after leaders of the two sides held a secret meeting in Uganda, drawing angry reactions from all Palestinian factions.
TEHRAN, Apr 08 - An American tourist and her guide abducted in Uganda last week were released after a "negotiated settlement" was reached with the kidnappers, the firm that had organized her safari told Reuters on Monday.
TEHRAN, Apr 03 - An American woman and her Ugandan driver have been kidnapped from a national park in southwest Uganda by gunmen demanding a ransom of $500,000 for their release, police said on Wednesday.
TEHRAN, October 12 - At least 31 people were killed when a floodwaters triggered by a landslide swept debris through a town in eastern Uganda, destroying homes and burying livestock, a government official said on Friday.
TEHRAN, August 31 - Ugandan police detained two lawmakers, one of whom is also a pop star, at the country's sole international airport, where supporters say they were trying to seek treatment abroad for injuries suffered while being tortured by the security forces.
TEHRAN, July 27 - A lawyer for a group of Ugandan opposition leaders has warned that President Yoweri Museveni, 73, is heading for a "life presidency" after a court upheld a constitutional amendment scrapping presidential age limits.
TEHRAN, July 01 - Thousands of Ugandan women have taken to the streets of the capital Kampala to denounce the increasing cases of kidnap and murders of women in the country. Since May 2017, forty-two Ugandan women are reported to have been kidnapped and later murdered.
TEHRAN, February 16 -Uganda said on Thursday it was widening a probe of government officials who allegedly stole aid intended for refugees to include UN staff, amid concern the scandal may hold up donor cash needed for the country's surging refugee population.
TEHRAN, October 13 - Sixteen people have been killed and hundreds displaced in Uganda following weeks of heavy rains in the east and west of the country. The rains have destroyed many homes as well as banana plantations and livestock which are the main sources of income for the local population.
TEHRAN, September 28 -Scuffles have broken out for a second day at Uganda’s parliament during debates over a highly controversial bill that could potentially grant President Yoweri Museveni another term in office.