At Least 40 Killed in Uganda Blasts
Ugandan police say bomb attacks killed at least 40 people late Sunday at two sites in the capital, Kampala, where people were gathered to watch the World Cup.
Police said the first blast ripped through an Ethiopian restaurant. The second attack struck a rugby club.
Many were injured at both locations. Several foreigners were among the victims. The U.S. embassy said one American was among the dead. Media reports said three Americans were wounded.
No one has claimed responsibility for the attacks
Somali militias have threatened to attack Kampala because Ugandan peacekeepers are part of the African Union force deployed to Somalia to support the interim government.