Yoweri Museveni has vowed to rid the East African country of corruption.
Eight top Ugandan police chiefs are accused of brutalizing Kizza Besigye's supporters.
Yoweri Museveni made a surprise appearance at a couple's giving-away ceremony.
The soldier reportedly had a dispute with his wife before carrying out the killings.
The Ugandan president also recently promoted his son to one of the military's highest ranks.
Security forces say they still have not secured the hotel, which is popular with politicians.
Supporters of the imprisoned opposition leader staged a protest at the court.
The 500 LGBT refugees living in Nairobi are putting their lives on hold until they can resettle in a place they are accepted.
Seventy-four people were killed in the double bombings in Kampala.
Besigye is being held in Uganda's only maximum security prison.
Muhoozi Kainerugaba trained at Sandhurst and has made a quick ascent through the army's ranks.
Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir, wanted by the ICC on genocide charges, was permitted to attend Museveni's inauguration.
Kizza Besigye has been under house arrest since February 18 elections.
The Forum for Democratic Change has been demonstrating against Museveni's controversial victory.
Stella Nyanzi stripped naked in protest at being locked out of her university office in Kampala.
The police have denied they were involved and accused Mbabazi of "dirty tricks."
President Yoweri Museveni cements his 30-year grip on power in the East African nation.
Most Ugandans have never known a president other than Yoweri Museveni.
Kony's Lord's Resistance Army still has a few hundred fighters scattered across central Africa.
Museveni is seeking re-election on February 18 after 30 years in power.