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The Story Behind Black Star News: A Diaspora-Founded New York Weekly

Monday, December 5, 2011
The Story Behind Black Star News: A Diaspora-Founded New York Weekly

Ugandans Abroad speak with New York-based Milton Allimadi, founder of Black Star News, about his weekly investigative paper. »

The Revolution Will Not Be Televised

Tuesday, August 16, 2011
The Revolution Will Not Be Televised

Ugandans Abroad foreign correspondent Igor Kossov analyzes the impact of state television deciding not to broadcast the Mubarak trial. »

The Latest From East Africa: News For the Diaspora

Saturday, June 18, 2011

-In Uganda, Salim Saleh said on KFM radio station that President Museveni should be ready to step down in 2016.  He said he could take the job but only if necessary, the Daily Monitor reported, and that the decision must be made by the NRM, not the president.  For the past seven months, there... »

What Happened in Uganda & In the Diaspora This Week?

Wednesday, June 1, 2011
What Happened in Uganda & In the Diaspora This Week?

Life can be very busy in the diaspora, and you may not get a chance to read all your favorite Ugandan publications back home. Get a roundup of the news here- this is what we're talking about it this week. »

Black African Migrants Face Brutal Choices in Libya

Wednesday, March 9, 2011
Black African Migrants Face Brutal Choices in Libya

African migrants are living in horrific makeshift camps near the Tripoli airport. Some have reported burying their babies in the desert that died on the trek to Tunisia. African governments have tried to evacuate their nationals. Kenya evacuated 150 Kenyans, Ugandan, Rwandans, and others. Soldiers are robbing sub-Sarahan Africans, trying... »

We Just Want To Live in Peace

Sunday, January 30, 2011
We Just Want To Live in Peace

An attacker murdered David Kato, a prominent gay rights' activist in Uganda last week. His close colleague, Frank Mugisha, spoke in New York about Kato's legacy, as well as his own experiences coming out in Uganda. »

Kampala Grenade Attack Stopped, Potential Terrorist Attack in February

Wednesday, January 26, 2011
Kampala Grenade Attack Stopped, Potential Terrorist Attack in February

Scary news from Uganda makes us worry about security back home. »

Uganda Travel Warning

Monday, January 24, 2011
Uganda Travel Warning

Ugandans in the diaspora should be careful when visiting home next month. »

Bomb Detonates On Kampala Coach In Nairobi

Monday, December 20, 2010
Bomb Detonates On Kampala Coach In Nairobi

A bomb that detonated in Nairobi this evening killed at least three people on a Kampala Coach bus. Click here for video. »

The Hot Sheet: This Week in Ugandan News

Sunday, December 19, 2010
The Hot Sheet: This Week in Ugandan News

We know the Ugandan diaspora is very busy, and can't always follow the news back home. But here are the top stories that Ugandans Abroad has been watching this week. »