Death Toll Rises in Ugandan World Cup Bomb Blasts

Bomb explosions have hit World Cup viewing venues in Kampala suburbs, killing scores and leaving many more critically injured.

A distraught woman calls on her cellphone from the scene of one of the blasts. Ugandan police fear that Al Shabaab, an Al Qaeda-linked Somali militant group was behind the attacks.

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