Suicide bombers targeted the Ugandan capital Kampala on Wednesday 17 November. Three attackers on motorbikes blew themselves up near parliament and the city's police headquarters. The blasts, which came within minutes of each other, killed at least three people and injured more than 30 others, police said. The Islamic State (IS) group said it was behind the attacks, according to the militants' Amaq News Agency. More bombs were found in other parts of the city, officials said. "The bomb threats are still active, especially from suicide attackers," said police spokesman Fred Enanga.
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