Uganda: Besigye Blocked From Appearing at Treason Trial
Supporters of the imprisoned opposition leader staged a protest at the court.
Uganda: Opposition Leader Besigye Hears Treason Charges
Besigye is being held in Uganda's only maximum security prison.
Ugandan Supreme Court Dismisses Election Appeal
The court declined to overturn Yoweri Museveni's victory in February's poll.
How to Win an Election in Uganda
Despite an overwhelming victory, Uganda's election results suggest all is not well for President Museveni.
Uganda's Mbabazi Accuses Police Over Stolen Evidence
The police have denied they were involved and accused Mbabazi of "dirty tricks."
Uganda 2016: Mbabazi Challenges to Election Result
President Yoweri Museveni was re-elected in a controversial presidential election in February.
Uganda 2016: Museveni's Troubled Victory
The president has extended his 30-year rule, but this election raises more questions than answers for Uganda.
In Pictures: Uganda Goes to the Polls
President Yoweri Museveni is seeking to extend his 30-year rule in the East African country.
Uganda 2016: Social Media Shutdown and Delays in Voting
Despite the blackout, #UgandaDecides is still trending.
Uganda 2016: Polls Open Amid Delays
President Museveni is seeking to stay in power after 30 years, but faces stiff competition.
Uganda 2016: Election Commission Warns of Vote Rigging
President Museveni said anyone trying to stir up violence ahead of the polls would be dealt with harshly.
Uganda 2016: Besigye Supporter Dies in Police Clashes
Besigye, Uganda's main opposition presidential candidate, was briefly detained on Monday.
Uganda 2016: Dead Dictator Idi Amin's Role in Election
Amama Mbabazi has pledged to return Amin's remains to Uganda if he is elected.
Uganda's Museveni Wants to Create an African Superstate
Museveni is seeking re-election on February 18 after 30 years in power.
Watch: Uganda 2016 Elections Explained
President Yoweri Museveni is looking to extend his 30-year rule in February's election.
Ugandan General Charged After Criticizing Museveni
David Sejusa, a prominent critic of the Ugandan president, has been charged with military offenses.
Uganda 2016: Amama Mbabazi and the Prospect of Change
Uganda's former prime minister has ultimately failed to convince voters that the time for change is now.
Uganda 2016: Museveni Spends Big on Campaign Trail
The Ugandan president spent 12 times more than his two closest opponents combined in November and December.
Uganda 2016: Museveni, Besigye and Mbabazi to Face Off
Museveni is standing against his former doctor and a former prime minister in February's elections.
HRW: Uganda Elections Threatened by Intimidation
Presidential and parliamentary elections are scheduled for February 18 in Uganda, where President Museveni is aiming to extend his 30-year rule.
Ugandan Police Reject Claims of Killing Opposition
Ugandans go to the polls in February and opposition activists are reportedly being targeted.
Uganda 2016: Six Key Issues for the Next Government
Ugandans go to the polls in February as Yoweri Museveni seeks to extend his 30-year rule.
Amnesty: Ugandan Police Guilty of Torture and Excessive Force Ahead of Elections
Voters go to the polls in February, with President Yoweri Museveni looking to extend his 29-year rule.