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Three Killed and Dozens Wounded as Suicide Bombers Strike Ugandan Capital City

HeadlineNov 16, 2021

In Uganda, police say at least three people were killed and nearly three dozen others injured Tuesday after a pair of suicide bomb attacks rocked the capital city, Kampala. One of the blasts struck near Uganda’s Parliament; another went off near Kampala’s central police station. There was no immediate claim of responsibility. The Islamic State claimed attacks in Uganda last month that killed civilians, including children.

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