A police official and his two armed guards have been gunned down in Kampala. President Museveni condemned the latest killing and vowed to take action
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In Africa, there’s something particularly “toxic” about city politics that makes it difficult to transfer urban support to the national stage.
Kampala: Spotless streets, a fearless city boss, and why voting doesn't give you the leaders you need
Five years after I last visited Uganda's capital, I find a city transformed.
The African Union has a different position, of not cooperating on ICC, and Uganda will respect that - Foreign ministry.
The militants are determined to avenge the killing of their top leaders in US air strikes.
Ever since the Shabaab 2010 attack in Kampala, and the Westgate siege of 2013, the AMISOM states have limited militants' actions in their capitals.