New Rumors Surround Uganda Attacks

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Rumors are circulating in the streets of Kamala, Uganda following yesterday's bomb attack. The New York Times Josh Kron reports that Ugandans were involved in the attack and that Somalis are supsected as well. Earlier today, there were rumors of another pending attack, but so far that seems to be a false alarm. Meanwhile, local officials are telling people to keep their identification cards handy as they investigate the bombings and are no longer allowing Somali refugees to register in the country.


Josh Kron

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