The story of Faridah and how she is mobilising safe cities is an inspiring story (“Uganda woman leads teens in fight for safer cities,” June 9, Gulf Today). It also sheds light on the grave situation of women the world over, but especially in poorer countries where the safety of women isn’t considered much of an issue
Police said in a statement Monday that the explosion happened Sunday after a fuel tanker lost control and rammed two commuter taxis and a saloon car.
Germany's ambassador and the country's transport minister have invited him for meetings. A lover of math and science, the student has flown as a trainee three times on a Cessna 172.
Three children died instantly while three others succumbed to injuries en route to hospital in Adjumani, a district of West Nile region that witnessed years of conflict and insurgencies.
On Monday, a court ruled that the police and military should let him leave his Kampala residence. The government had said the security detail was for his own protection.