This is the first time that well-digging has been observed in a group of chimpanzees living in the rainforest.
The Uganda Wildlife Authority said the angry elephant charged at the victim and killed him on the spot.
The insect is so rare that the most recent sighting of a similar species was made in a different country in 1969.
Kakwenza Rukirabashaija, a satirical fiction writer, was arrested in late December for posting tweets criticizing the Ugandan president and his son.
The Uganda school shutdown affected nearly 10 million students. The school reopened Monday, but it's uncertain for how long due to a surge in COVID-19 cases.
NSO Group said it would investigate the incident, and, if it showed NSO technology was in fact used, terminate the customers and seek legal action against them.
In addition to the deaths, the bombings sent 33 people to the hospital, five of whom are in critical condition.
The attacks are believed to have been carried out by Allied Democratic Forces, an Islamic extremist group, a police spokesperson said.
One hospital was accused of refusing to hand over a dead body to the family, holding out for nearly $9,000 in unpaid medical bills.
A "no-spectator Games" remains an option for the Tokyo Olympics, which officially open in just four weeks.
All public and private transportation will be prohibited in Uganda as the nation grapples with COVID-19 and variant outbreaks. The only exceptions to the rule are vehicles transporting cargo, the sick and essential workers.
Ugandan singer Vinka was praised after a viral video showed her kicking a fan who attempted to grope her while she was on stage.
Critics have complained about Twitter permanently suspending President Donald Trump's account on the one hand and condemning Uganda's internet shutdown on the other.
Gorilla tourism brings much-needed revenue to conservation and communities in East Africa. With these elements at risk due to COVID-19, here's how travelers can support the local people, so they don't resort to poaching.
Faking credentials and experience can only take you so far but these people tried, with some initial success, but paid a steep price.
16 LGBT activists in Uganda were taken into custody for their own protection only to be arrested and subjected to forced anal examinations.
The Ugandan bill—colloquially known as "Kill the Gays"—was nullified in 2014 on a technicality but the government said it plans to resurrect the bill within a few weeks.
After downing a bottle of SX Energy Natural Power Drink a Uganda man claimed he suffered a bout of sweats, heartbeat abnormalities… and a six-hour erection due to the drink containing a key ingredient used to manufacture Viagra.
Officials believed revelers may not have heard the emergency announcements because of the loud music playing on the boat.
"Fuck Uganda, I've come to love Uganda, I've come to help Uganda, but Uganda hates Jesus through this son of a bitch," pastor Jimmy Tailor declares to the camera.
"The wasps just attacked her at once in big numbers," said local police.