BOMBINGS IN UGANDA KILL 64 – Al-Qaeda Affiliate Suspected

Two bombings at a restaurant and a rugby club in the Ugandan capital of Kampala left at least 64 people dead on Sunday. Islamic extremists from Somalia are suspected to be behind the bombings. Via Breitbart TV: Bombs exploded at two sites in Uganda’s capital late Sunday as people watched the World Cup final. Police did not immediately confirm a death toll, but reports from the scene indicated that more than 20 people may have been killed.

Sify news reported:

Two bombings at a restaurant and a rugby club in the Ugandan capital of Kampala left at least 33 people dead late Sunday, local media reported.

The Kyadondo Rugby Club was hosting a crowd of football fans who had gathered to watch the World Cup final between Spain and the Netherlands when the bomb went off there, the Sunday Vision newspaper reported online.

Blood, clothing and shoes littered the ground among destroyed furniture while security and medical personnel attended to the injured. The attack occurred shortly after 11 pm local time.

The motive of the attacks remained unclear, but Somali extremists had threatened attacks in Kampala because Ugandan troops are in Mogadishu.

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