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Apolo Kakaire
20 Nov 05
International Criminal Court under pressure to investigate crimes committed by Uganda’s army.
Fawzia Sheikh
20 Nov 05
Campaigners fear US pressure for abstinence-only prevention programmes has prompted a strategy change.
Katharine Houreld
20 Nov 05
As Liberia went to the polls, exiled president Charles Taylor remained an unspoken force to be reckoned with.
Fawzia Sheikh
20 Nov 05
Kampala military chiefs threaten hot pursuit of rebels into neighbouring Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
17 Nov 05
The authorities in Botswana look set to scupper bid by Bushmen to reclaim their Kalahari home.
Peter Fabricius
17 Nov 05
Despite adopting liberal politics, the ANC seems reluctant to criticise the human rights and democratic record of other developing countries.
Fawzia Sheikh
17 Nov 05
President Yoweri Museveni’s democracy project is in trouble as western governments begin withdrawing aid.
Fawzia Sheikh
17 Nov 05
An Islamic guerrilla group previously thought to be a spent force is regrouping and rearming, according to Ugandan security officials.
Fawzia Sheikh
17 Nov 05
The government hopes foreign visitors can forget Rwanda’s brutal past.
Fawzia Sheikh
17 Nov 05
Traditional courts were designed to speed the trial of lesser players in the Rwandan genocide, but Hutus fear they may dispense victor’s justice.

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