Articles by Uganda
Ebola Experiment In Africa Shows ‘Promising Results’ As Virus Death Toll Hits 7518
December 23 2014 7:51 PM
A study has revealed that an experimental Ebola vaccine tested right among African nationals had yielded early promising results.
Australia Visa Ban Sparks Outrage in Ebola-Infected Countries; Move Called 'Discrminatory'
October 30 2014 9:55 AM
Australia's visa ban has angered countries with cases of Ebola. Sierra Leone slammed the decision and said the move was counterproductive.
New Zealand Aid Worker Shocked At Auckland Airport's 'Relaxed' Ebola Screening
October 15 2014 2:42 PM
New Zealand aid worker expected a tight Ebola screening process at Auckland Airport but authorities didn't even take her temperature.
The Best and Worst Countries To Grow Old According To The Global Age Watch Index
October 09 2014 12:48 AM
The Global Age Index reported the top ten and the top worst countries among 96 countries for people above the age of 60.
Ebola Update: Canada Deploys 2nd Mobile Lab, More Scientists To Sierra Leone; Sends Military Jet Carrying Protective Medical Equipment
October 07 2014 5:14 PM
Canada has sent out a second mobile lab team to Ebola-stricken nation Sierra Leone.
Manchester City's Frank Lampard's Late Equaliser Costly For Chelsea And An Ugandan Footballer Chelsea Fan
September 24 2014 3:05 AM
Ugandan football player Musana Fahad, 24 years old, has died of unknown reasons after watching Frank Lampard of Manchester City force a tie against Chelsea in a match last Saturday.
West Africa Ebola Epidemic To Last 12-18 Months More
September 16 2014 5:04 PM
The Ebola outbreak will last 12 - 18 months more.
World Health Organizations: One Suicide Occurs Every 40 Seconds
September 05 2014 2:50 PM
According to the UN, a suicide occurs every 40 seconds, which is more than the number of deaths per year in wars and natural disasters.
British Airways to Face Lawsuit on Pilot’s Child Abuse Charges
July 31 2014 9:17 AM
Leading airline major British Airways will be sued for damages for the alleged child abuse offences of one of its pilots in African schools and orphanages. According to a BBC report, a Law firm in London has taken up the case on behalf of the allegedly abused children.
Australian Michael Shelley Beats Africans, Takes Gold in Marathon of 2014 Commonwealth Games
July 28 2014 2:14 PM
Michael Shelley boosted the Australian campaign in the 2014 Commonwealth Games with an impressive gold medal finish in the marathon event in Glasgow, Scotland on Sunday.
Rugby Sevens Semis & Finals Live Stream, Schedule & Results – Commonwealth Games 2014
July 27 2014 3:24 PM
Rugby Sevens competition at the Commonwealth Games heads into the second day with favourites New Zealand, Australia, South Africa and Samoa all punching their spots into the knockout stages. But the tournament is far from over. The real battle is just about to begin in Ibrox Stadium in Glasgow, Scotland.
Get to Know the Australian Sevens Squad’s Performances at the Commonwealth Games
July 25 2014 11:03 AM
The Australian Rugby Sevens squad has participated in the Commonwealth Games after its introduction in 1998.
Commonwealth Games 2014: Daily Events Guide to the Game Highlights in Glasgow [Day 1-5]
July 24 2014 1:45 PM
Here are the daily events guide and game highlights in the Commonwealth Games 2014.
World Cup 2014: Al Shabaab Claims Responsibility for Death of 49 Singles Watching Soccer Games in Kenyan Hotel
June 17 2014 5:56 PM
The Al Shabaab, a Sunni Islamist militia based in Somalia and believed to have links with al-Qaeda, has claimed responsibility for attacks on Sunday that killed 49 single men and women watching the World Cup matches in a Kenyan hotel.
Canada’s Quebec Province Passes Euthanasia Right-to-Die Bill, 1st of its Kind in the Country
June 06 2014 12:22 PM
Canadians in Quebec suffering from dreaded or long-time health afflictions have now been afforded the right to die, as the provincial government on Thursday passed Bill 52, otherwise known as an act respecting end-of-life care.
Female Condoms With Teeth Help Protect Women from Rape
June 03 2014 8:48 AM
Rapes continue to be committed against females and males as well. Headlines over the weekend include the sexual assault of two teenage Indians who were gang raped by seven men and hanged from a tree and rape of a Malaysian teen by 38 men. To help fight sexual abuse, several devices had been made available in the market the past few years.
Westboro Baptist Church Ex-Member Nathan Phelps On Estranged Father Fred Phelps’ Death
March 26 2014 2:43 PM
Westboro Baptist Church founder Fred Phelp’s estranged son has spoken up about his father’s death and what it means for the community. The 55-year-old gay rights activist left the controversial religion when he turned 18, and has been alienated from the family sin
Global Warming Strengthens Growing Malaria Cases Worldwide, Africa, Asia, Central & Southern America at Risk
March 10 2014 3:34 PM
A new study published in the Science journal has advised governments and health authorities as well as travelers wishing to visit Africa, Asia, Central and Southern America to up their proactive measures against the malaria-carrying mosquitoes as cases of the disease will multiply each year due to global warming.
Gays Face Life Imprisonment Under Uganda’s New Anti-Gay Law, Global Leaders Condemn New Decree
February 25 2014 3:48 PM
Uganda risks losing cordial relations with the international community if President Yoweri Museveni does not repeal the anti-gay bill he signed into law on Monday.
2014 Tech Gadget Predictions: Smarter Smartwatches including Apple iWatch and Wearable TV
January 02 2014 4:59 PM
The New Year 2014 seems like a much better time for tech gadgets than 2013. For starters, there are a lot of exciting gadgets planned for release on 2014. Check out the 2014 tech gadget predictions featuring smarter smart watches including the Apple iWatch, wearable television (TV), drones and 3D printers.