Uganda Ponders Action Against Somali Militants

Uganda's East African neighbours have pledged soft support should the country choose to go on the offensive in Somalia as Kampala weighs its options in the wake of the twin bombing that left nearly 80 people dead late on July 11.

Ugandan officers, headed by Brigadier James Mugira, and a counter-terrorism consultant identified as a Captain Barak inspect the weaponry that will leaders at the African Union summit in Kampala.

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