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Uganda

Uganda, country in east-central Africa. About the size of Great Britain, Uganda is populated by dozens of ethnic groups. The English language and Christianity help unite these diverse peoples, who come together in the cosmopolitan capital of Kampala, a verdant city whose plan includes dozens of small parks and public gardens and a scenic promenade along the shore of Lake Victoria, Africa’s largest freshwater lake. The Swahili language unites the country with its East African neighbors Kenya and Tanzania.

“Uganda is a fairy-tale. You climb up a railway instead of a beanstalk, and at the end there is a wonderful new world,” wrote Sir Winston Churchill, who visited the country during its years under British rule and who called it “the pearl of Africa.” Indeed, Uganda embraces many ecosystems, from the tall volcanic mountains of the eastern and western frontiers to the densely forested swamps of the Albert Nile River and the rainforests of the country’s central plateau. The land is richly fertile, and Ugandan coffee has become both a mainstay of the agricultural economy and a favorite of connoisseurs around the world.

U.N. World Food Programme with Record of Rape, Poisoning Scandals Wins Nobel Prize

U.N. World Food Programme with Record of Rape, Poisoning Scandals Wins Nobel Prize

The Norwegian Nobel Committee awarded the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) its annual Peace Prize for 2020 on Friday, overlooking a history of corruption, mismanagement, and sexual assault among its ranks. In its statement announcing the decision, the Committee expressed mounting concern about lack of access to food globally, particularly in light of repressive government lockdowns to prevent the spread of the Chinese coronavirus. The WFP, it ...
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WHO Gives Indoor Use of DDT a Clean Bill of Health for Controlling Malaria

WHO Gives Indoor Use of DDT a Clean Bill of Health for Controlling Malaria

The World Health Organization's announcement Sept. 15 that it will back DDT spraying on the inside walls of houses to kill or repel malaria-carrying mosquitoes is very good news. The reversal of WHO's 30-year policy against DDT brings the hope that the relentless disease, which now kills one African child every 30 seconds, can be brought under control. Malaria sickens and debilitates 500 million people a ...
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The Second Congo War: A CIA Coup to Overthrow their own Puppet (Put in Place 1 Yr. previous) who Reneged on Secret Deals to the Cabal

The Second Congo War: A CIA Coup to Overthrow their own Puppet (Put in Place 1 Yr. previous) who Reneged on Secret Deals to the Cabal

Tutsi forces from Rwanda and Uganda, supported by the U.S.A., invaded Zaire, now Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), in August of 1998 in a coup d'etat to overthrow President Joseph Kabila whom they installed into power a year previous. One may recall that Mobutu Sese Seko (born Joseph-Desiré Mobutu) was put in power by the CIA in 1965. At independence he was a Sargent in the ...
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