Nicholas Bariyo Correspondent
  • Kampala
  • The Wall Street Journal

Nicholas Bariyo covers Uganda and the Great Lakes Region for The Wall Street Journal.

Focus Areas

  • Uganda
  • The Great Lakes Region

68 Articles
15 days ago
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Heaviest Fighting in Years Breaks Out in Congo as Rivals Seek Control of Minerals

Long-simmering ethnic tensions in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo have erupted into the most intense clashes...

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27 days ago
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Uganda Struggles to Contain Its Second-Deadliest Ebola Outbreak

The World Health Organization has warned that neighboring countries should prepare for imported cases from Uganda, wh...

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about 1 month ago
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Ethiopia, Tigrayan Rebels Reach Truce in Two-Year Civil War

The African Union-mediated deal could help end a conflict marked by widespread atrocities that has left hundreds of t...

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about 2 months ago
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Catastrophic Flooding in Nigeria Uproots Millions and Severs Gas Production

The flooding has aggravated fuel and food shortages across Africa’s most populous nation and could affect gas exports...

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about 2 months ago
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Deadly Ebola Outbreak Spreads to Uganda’s Capital

The outbreak is raising fears of a wider spread of the deadly Sudan strain for which there are no proven vaccines or ...

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2 months ago
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Vaccine-Resistant Ebola Strain Spreads in Uganda

The East African nation’s health system, already weakened by the coronavirus pandemic and budget cuts, is struggling ...

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3 months ago
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Outbreak of Rare Ebola Strain Declared in Uganda

A 24-year-old man who died in central Uganda was found to have been infected with the Sudan strain of the virus.

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4 months ago
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Kenya Opposition Leader Rejects Presidential Election Results, Risking Turmoil

Raila Odinga’s decision to challenge William Ruto’s victory raised fears of postelection violence in a key U.S. ally ...

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4 months ago
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Kenya’s Vote Count Slows to a Crawl as Election Candidate’s Allies Cry Foul

Counting in the country’s presidential election dragged into its fourth day amid politically charged allegations of b...

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9 months ago
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In Some African Nations, Armed Police Enforce Covid-19 Vaccinations

Countries in some parts of the world have offered a variety of incentives or threats to convince people to get inocul...

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10 months ago
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Decade-High Food Prices Drive Poverty and Unrest in Africa

Parts of Africa are contending with a wave of inflation that is, by some measures, even worse than the supply shocks ...

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10 months ago
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Coup Fears Spike in Guinea-Bissau as Gunfire Heard in Capital

A spate of coups has spread across West Africa over the past 18 months.

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