KAMPALA, UGANDA (WKOW) -- Ugandan authorities have announced that an unexploded suicide-belt bomb has been found at one of the sites where the Sunday bombings took place, killing at least 74 people while they watched the World Cup finals. Somalia's militant group Al-Shabab has claimed responsibility for the attacks.
Officials have said they suspect suicide bombers were involved in the simultaneous blasts.
WASHINGTON (WKOW) -- Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is strongly condemning the explosions that tore through crowds watching the World Cup final Sunday at a rugby club and an Ethiopian restaurant, killing at least 64 people including one American aid worker.
Clinton said that the U.S. will work with the Ugandan government to catch those responsible. Police fear an al-Qaida-linked Somali militant group, al-Shabab, was behind the attacks.
Invisible Children, a San Diego-based aid group that helps child soldiers, identified the dead American as one of its workers, Nate Henn, who was killed on the rugby field. Several Americans from a Pennsylvania church group were also wounded in the restaurant attack including Kris Sledge, 18, of Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania.