Bombs exploded at two bars in Uganda's capital as people watched the World Cup final on TV, killing at least 64 people, including one American.
A victim is taken to hospital by ambulance after one of the blasts in Kampala
The American was among a number of foreigners caught in the blast in Kampala, officials said.
Police Chief Kale Kaihura said he believed that Somalia's most feared militia, al-Shabab, could be behind the attacks.
The organisation has pledged loyalty to al-Qaida.
One of the bombs went off at an Ethiopian bar and restaurant which was destroyed by the blast.
Al-Shabab views Ethiopia as an enemy. The second blast went off at a bar called the Kyadondo Rugby Club.More at the source: news.sky.com/skynews/Home/World-News/Uga
So sad for the people just trying to enjoy the world's sport.