The 850 troops will end operations on April 15, according to UN sources, as the friendship between the leaders of both countries continues to blossom.
In a page out of Museveni's book, police grill presidential challenger to Congo veteran Sassou Nguesso>AFP and M&G Africa Reporter
The leaders of Uganda and Congo, in power for a combined 72 years, resort to time-honoured tactics while interacting with challengers to their rule.
She is following Mariah Carey's lucrative footsteps, but rights groups are demanding she cancels her trip.
Imports from Africa tumbled nearly 43% in the Jan.-June period this year, underlining the impact of China's weakened demand for energy and resources.
Incident comes weeks after another medical aircraft crashed in South Africa, killing all five aboard.
Swaziland frees opposition politicians after a year - is authoritarian King Mswati edging to the centre?>AFP and M&G Africa Reporter
Their release from a maximum security prison near the capital comes a week after the same court freed a magazine editor and a human rights lawyer.
The UN says 100,000 Burundians have fled as refugees, and a police official says the coup plotters will not be killed.
Egypt's Sisi continues to woo Addis Ababa: Says Ethiopians 'rescued' from Libya, receives them at Cairo airport>AFP and M&G Africa Reporter
Unlike his predecessors, the Egyptian leader has courted sub-Saharan Africa rather vigorously.
US strike 'kills' Shabaab chief behind Nairobi Westgate attack, Somali militants raid north Kenya in revenge>AFP and M&G Africa Reporter
"The idea was to kill the [Mandera county governor Ali Roba] and all the people with him", said the militant's spokesman.
Khartoum officials have in recent weeks set up camp in Washington, as they seek American favour once more.