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Live From Uganda, It’s Kanye West! Riffing Some New Music!
Ye has set up shop to (ostensibly) record the ever-illusive
If You Charge People to Tweet, They’ll Revolt in the Street
Uganda’s social media tax is just another way for the government to crack down on dissent. The country’s youth isn’t having any of it.
Watch Sister Nyirumbe’s Time 100 Gala Speech
“Where are the lost girls?”
One Year After Kony 2012, the Hunt for Joseph Kony Has Been ‘Paused’
Kony 2013 looks a lot different.
Foodies With Benefits
Brian Malarkey’s Enlightened Hospitality Opening Olubugo in Uganda
The restaurant’s proceeds will got AidChild’s efforts to care for children afflicted with AIDS in the notoriously discriminatory nation.
Ugandan Troops Capture Top Commander in Kony’s Army
They’re narrowing in on Kony.
Meet Peter Waldron, the Former Ugandan Prisoner and Accused Spy Working for Michele Bachmann in Iowa
Protests in Uganda Over Food Prices; Lap-Band Maker Wants to Target Teens
Allergan, the company behind the quick-fix for weight-loss, wants to market the product to kids as young as fourteen.
City Allowed Feltonville Club to Open After a Shooting in January; Subway
Plus: USDA encourages ear tags over brands for identifying cattle; and Uganda protesters take to the streets over high food costs, all in our morning news roundup.
Foragers Struggle to Find Ramps; Is It Safe to Eat Roadkill?
The trendy ingredient is becoming a little scarce these days.
Gay Ugandan Activist Murdered
Jann Wenner: ‘Who Would Have Thought We’d Have to Own the
Copyright in Uganda?’
The magazine publisher reacts to some unpleasant news.
Ugandan Newspaper Publishes Names of ‘Top 100’ Homosexuals, Calls for Their Hanging
This isn’t the first time.
Watch the Very Crazy Trailer for Ugandan Action Film
Who Killed Captain Alex
Ai ai ai ai ai!
World Cup Viewers in Uganda Killed by Blasts
Group with Al Qaeda ties is suspected.
Obama Won’t Be Told With Whom He Can and Cannot Eat Breakfast
He attends the National Prayer Breakfast despite protests from groups who think gay Ugandans should be allowed to live.
Link Between American Evangelicals and Ugandan Gay-Execution Movement Scrutinized
When you speak about a certain group trying to destroy their children and their families … Africans will fight to the death.”
Rachel Maddow Shuts Down Gay-Cure Advocate
In an extended segment last night, the lesbian MSNBC host stomped on Richard Cohen, an unlicensed psychotherapist.
Uganda Wants to Ban Miniskirts
A government official says they cause traffic accidents.