Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni's comments follow the decisions by both South Africa and Burundi to withdraw from the ICC.
The conflict between the country’s nomadic cattle herders and its crop farmers is over land use and increasing pressure on scarce resources.
To improve, African countries need to find a balance between political and economic matters.
Alfred Olango fled a Ugandan region ravaged by conflict. His uncle in the town of Gulu expressed shock at killing.
Diplomatic 'mischief' as Uganda angered by visiting South Korea president's claim of end to ties with N.Korea
'Even if (such an order) was to be made by the president, it cannot be public. It can't happen. That is international politics at play.'
The World Economic Forum Africa summit merely reinforced extractive-industry and high-tech myths
The Pan African Film and Television Festival of Ouagadougou, founded in 1969, is the oldest biannual film festival dedicated to African films
Human activities have introduced freshwater crayfish populations to Africa’s mainland for the first time in millions of years
In a page out of Museveni's book, police grill presidential challenger to Congo veteran Sassou Nguesso
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.
Somaliland set to become first country in the world to use iris-recognition software in an election!
The gap in learning between schools in remote rural areas and the best urban ones is like the difference between day and night
Country may face a reduction in aid flows after the World Bank last month cancelled a transport project over contractual breaches
It was a bigger reduction than forecast by seven 20 economists surveyed, while the rest predicted the rate would stay unchanged.
Pope Francis in Africa. What both his and Obama’s visit reveal about how continent has changed or stayed the same
If Pope Francis had visited Cameroon on this trip, he would have met the same big man Pope John Paul found in office in 1995 - Paul Biya.
When night falls, gunfire starts across Burundi’s capital; when the sun rises, residents count the bodies
“Unless there is sudden progress on dialogue...[Nkurunziza] is likely to be overthrown in a coup” - Christoph Wille, analyst Control Risks
Uganda says pulling forces from South Sudan—but for them president Salva Kiir might have been toppled
A troop pull-out is one of the conditions of a peace agreement signed by Kiir and rebel leader Riek Machar in August.
Cabinet picks Mohamed Aden Ahmed as chief of army in week that scores of African Union soldiers were killed in deadly Shabaab attack.
El Nino may be the strongest since records began in 1950, and result in “severe” flooding in parts of Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda and Burundi.
Ethiopia, Nigeria say today's children will be richer than their parents, Kenya and Tanzania not so sure
In many countries, the young are more optimistic than the old - perhaps because the parents did not end up as successful as they had hoped to be.