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Uganda Terriorist Bombings

An Al Qaeda-linked Somali militant group suspected in twin bombings in Uganda's capital that killed 74 people watching the World Cup final first endorsed the attacks on Monday and later claimed responsibility, as Uganda's president vowed to hunt down those responsible.

Uganda Bombings

July 11: A survivor sits near a relative who died after a bomb went off at an Ethiopian restaurant, in Kampala's Kabalagala district, in Uganda. Bombs exploded at two sites in Uganda's capital late Sunday as people watched the World Cup final on TV, and officials at the scene put the death toll at 74 including one American.

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Uganda Bombings

July 12: An unidentified volunteer with the U.S. embassy in Kampala arrives after being injured in an explosion, at Mulago Hospital in Uganda's capital Kampala. Two separate explosions killed 74 people packed into bars in Kampala to watch the World Cup final on Sunday night, police said.

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Uganda Bombings

July 12: Pamela Kramer, rests in the Internatiopnal Hospital Kampala, Uganda. Kramer is one of the five US citizens who were injured in a bomb blast on Sunday at an Ethiopian restaurant, frequented by western expatriates, while watching the World Cup final . An al-Qaida-linked Somali militant group claimed responsibility Monday for twin bombings in Uganda killing people watching the World Cup final on TV.

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Uganda Bombings

July 12: Thomas Kramer, rests in the International Hospital, Kampala, Uganda. He is one of the five US citizens who was injured in a bomb blast Sunday in an Ethiopian restaurant in Kampala frequented by western expatriates, while watching the final World Cup match. The fourteen-year-old US boy from Pennsylvania went with his mother and her church to to help build a wall around a church and school and experience Africa firsthand.

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Uganda Bombings

July 12: An American women lies injured at the emergency ward at the Mulago hospital in Kampala, Uganda after two explosions ripped through crowds watching the World Cup final in two places in Uganda's capital late Sunday, killing dozens of people, police said.

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Uganda Bombings

July 11: Paramedics attend to an unidentified U.S. citizen at Mulago Hospital in Uganda's capital Kampala. Bomb blasts ripped through two separate bars packed with soccer fans watching the World Cup final in Kampala, killing 74 people and signaling a possible link to Somali Islamists.

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Uganda Bombings

July 12: An American women lies injured at the emergency ward at the Mulago hospital in Kampala after bombs exploded at two sites in Uganda's capital late Sunday as people watched the World Cup soccer final on TV, killing scores of people.

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Uganda Bombings

July 11: An unidentified U.S. citizen injured during an explosion lies on a stretcher at Mulago Hospital in Uganda's capital Kampala July 11, 2010. Bomb blasts ripped through two separate bars packed with soccer fans watching the World Cup final in Kampala, killing 74 people and signaling a possible link to Somali Islamists.

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Uganda Bombings

July 12: Damaged chairs and tables amongst the debris strewn outside the restaurant "Ethiopian village" in Kampala, Uganda after an explosion at the restaurant late Sunday. Simultaneous explosions tore through crowds watching the World Cup final at a rugby club and an Ethiopian restaurant, killing at least 74 people including one American, officials said. Police feared an al-Qaida-linked Somali militant group was behind the attacks.

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Uganda Bombings

July 11: A man attends a injured women after a bomb went off in a restaurant in Kampala's Kabalagala district, named Ethiopian Village. The first verbal police report on the scene speaks of two killed and several injured, including possible two western guests of the restaurant. The bomb went off shortly before the break at the world cup final match taking place in South Africa. Many people gathered at the restaurant at this time to watch the football game. 

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Uganda Bombings

July 11: One of the survivors cries near a relative who died in a bomb blast in Uganda capital city Kampala after a bomb went off in a restaurant in Kampala's Kabalagala district, named Ethiopian Village. Bombs exploded at two sites in Uganda's capital late Sunday as people watched the World Cup final on TV, killing scores of people.

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Uganda Bombings

July 11: Lifeless bodies lie on the ground after a bomb went off at an Ethiopian restaurant, in Kampala's Kabalagala district, in Uganda. Bombs exploded at two sites in Uganda's capital late Sunday as people watched the World Cup final on TV, killing dozens.

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Uganda Bombings

July 12: People carry a man, injured in an explosion, upon his arrival at the Mulago Hospital in Kampala. Two separate explosions killed at least 74 people packed into bars in the Ugandan capital Kampala to watch the World Cup final on Sunday night, police said.

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Uganda Bombings

July 12: A person injured in an explosion arrives at the International Hospital in Uganda's capital Kampala. Two separate explosions killing 74 people packed into bars in Kampala to watch the World Cup final on Sunday night, police said.

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Uganda Bombings

July 12: A Ugandan man lies injured in the emergency ward at the Mulago hospital in Kampala after bombs exploded at two sites in Uganda's capital late Sunday as people watched the World Cup soccer final on TV, killing dozens.

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Uganda Bombings

July 11: A paramedic attends to an unidentified Ugandan citizen injured during an explosion, at Mulago Hospital in Uganda's capital Kampala.

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Uganda Bombings

July 11: Paramedics attend to Ugandan citizens injured during an explosion, at Mulago Hospital in Uganda's capital Kampala. Bomb blasts ripped through two separate bars packed with soccer fans watching the World Cup final in Kampala, killing 74 and signaling a possible link to Somali Islamists.

Reuters

Uganda Bombings

July 11: A paramedic attends to an unidentified Ugandan citizen at Mulago Hospital in Uganda's capital Kampala. Bomb blasts ripped through two separate bars packed with soccer fans watching the World Cup final in Kampala, killing 74 people and signaling a possible link to Somali Islamists.

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Uganda Bombings

July 12: One of the survivor of Sunday's bomb blast in Mulago Hospital in the Ugandan capital Kampala.

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Uganda Bombings

July 12: Ugandan policemen arrive at the scene of Sunday's bomb blasts in Kampala.

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Uganda Bombings

Map locates Kampala, Uganda, where explosions tore through crowds watching the World Cup final at a rugby club and an Ethiopian restaurant.

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Uganda Terriorist Bombings

An Al Qaeda-linked Somali militant group suspected in twin bombings in Uganda's capital that killed 74 people watching the World Cup final first endorsed the attacks on Monday and later claimed responsibility, as Uganda's president vowed to hunt down those responsible.

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