Uganda Police Issue Fresh Terror Alerts to The Public

The Ugandan Police have cautioned the public on fresh terror alert through their spokesperson Judith Nabakooba stating that four terrorists originating from Kazakhstan plan to travel foreign countries to attack and participate in hostile activities.

Police at a scene of bomb scare in Kampala

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