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Each year, the second half of October brings the beginning of the bamboo growing season inRwanda’s Volcanoes Park, home to the mountain gorilla groups A preferred delicacy of the mountain …

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The Environmental activists vowed on Monday to fight a project that has the backing of the country’s president to build a golf course in Uganda’s largest and best-known national park. …

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The Uganda shillings have fallen to a low of 2,300 Uganda shillings versus one US dollar, before the Bank of Uganda briefly intervened last week to halt a more rapid slide …

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The President of the People’s Development Dr. Abed Bwanika has said he will rehabilitate Prince Gabula Nadiope’s palace at Budumbula in Kamuli district and revamp all cultural sites in Busoga if …

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Just a week left to mark the World Tourism Day, Uganda has stepped up preparations for celebrations due September 27, 2010. The celebrations kicked off over the weekend with a corporate …

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In the world, there are just 700 of the mountain gorillas left on the planet, all of them living in the volcanic mountains spanning Uganda, Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of …

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The Five East African nations want to collapse their borders so that foreigners will need only one visa to travel to any of the five nations. The proposal is part …

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Uganda is a small, land-locked country in Eastern Africa. It borders Kenya, Sudan, DR Congo, Rwanda and Tanzania and is home to one of the most diverse landscapes in all …

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An infant Mountain Gorilla of the Kabirizi group in Virunga National Park shared by Uganda, Rwanda and DRC, died in early February from what is thought to have been complications …

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