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Photos of Ugandan suicide bombers released by Interpol


somali terrorists

Photo by Interpol


by Joseph Ernest July 19, 2010

 Newscast Media -- Interpol has released photos of the two men it believes carried out the bombings in Uganda's capital Kampala.  The two men are shown at different angles, and believed to be responsible for the deaths of over 70 people who were killed during the World Cup final soccer match.


Chief of police Kale Kayihura held a press conference in Kampala and said, "These attacks were carried out by suicide bombers. The evidence is overwhelming.Two heads have not been claimed, neither have they been identified. It can't be a coincidence."


More than 20 people have been arrested by Ugandan authorities for questioning regarding the tragic incident.  Most victims included Ethiopian, Eritrean, Congolese, Irish and some Ugandans.


Kayihura said, "By making these photos public, we believe someone, somewhere could recognize one or both of these men."


Several people are still being treated for injuries that were incurred during the blast. Al-Shabbab, the Somali islamic radical group, has taken responsibility for the bombings.  Add Comments>>








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