Popular singer Bobi Wine seeks to unseat long-serving President Yoweri Museveni in the election, which has been marred by misinformation.
2020 was one of the deadliest years on record for such assassinations, many of which are still unclaimed.
Moscow has struck a deal with Khartoum to establish its first naval outpost on the continent.
Human rights groups have already voiced serious concerns about the plan to move thousands of refugees to an uninhabited island.
The funds will establish an artificial intelligence center and a space force, but it could come at the expense of foreign aid.
The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership signals China’s growing influence in the Asia-Pacific.
Sudden reforms in the ethno-federal state system have drawn comparisons to the dissolution of Yugoslavia.
A legal complaint details how ICE officers forced some detainees to sign their own deportation orders.
Drought-hit farmers in the northern Mexican state of Chihuahua have refused to cede control of a dam so that Mexico can repay its water debt to the United States.
The move to reopen a public beachfront, backed by Turkey, comes amid escalating tensions in the Eastern Mediterranean.
Stolen funds undermine public spending on health care, education, and infrastructure, a U.N. report finds.
The tense move in Belarus comes as the U.N. special rapporteur warns that “another iron curtain” could descend in Europe.