Al-Shabab behind Uganda blasts

Somali group says it carried out bombings that killed 74 football fans in Kampala.

    The Somali Islamist group Al Shabab has told Al Jazeera that it organised and carried out the the twin blasts in Uganda on Sunday.

    The bombings killed at least 74 people as they watched the World Cup final. One bomb ripped through an Ethiopian restaurant, while the other struck at a rugby club.

    Andrew Simmons reports from Kampala, the Ugandan capital

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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