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Kabalagala death toll reaches six

The number of casualties from the 14 February bomb explosions in Kampala has risen to six people killed with 35 others injured, the ‘Sunday Vision’ reported yesterday (Sunday). It said nine people, including an Austrian businessman and several Ethiopians, were arrested and held for interrogation in connection with the bomb attacks, but seven of them were later released on police bond. Two other people were arrested on Friday, it said. The bombs exploded five minutes from each other at a nightclub and a restaurant in Kampala’s Kabalagala dis’The New Vision’ newspaper in Uganda reported on Friday. Thlistic experts visited the bomb sites on Friday, the ‘Sunday Vision’ added.

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