Grenade blast rocks Rwandan capital

About 20 people injured in Kigali shortly after president's re-election announced.

    "It does appear to be linked to the election because all of these attacks were regarded as political, and the theory behind them was that military dissidents had been involved," he said.

    Election observers had criticised the poll because the campaign had been deviod of "critical opposition voices", with the three other candidates standing in the poll linked to Kagame's party.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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