Location of Uganda (dark green). – in Africa – in the African Union (light blue).
Capital and largest city, Kampala. Official languages, Swahili, English.
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Feb 29, 2016 ... Landlocked Uganda has transformed itself from a country with a troubled past to
one of relative stability and prosperity. Since its independence ...
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Official site of the Uganda Tourist Board presents what to do and see, getting
around, people and culture, travel tips, brochures and service directory.
Global focus Before the raid: behind the scenes at Uganda's gay pride – in
pictures ... Guardian Africa network I'm an intersex Ugandan – life has never felt
Landlocked Uganda takes its name from the Buganda kingdom, which once
encompassed lands in the southern reaches of the country. Bantu-speaking ...
Concerns about violations of freedom of association, assembly, and expression
continued during and after Uganda's February 2016 elections. President Yoweri
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