After Kampala attack,Somali militants promise more operations
By the CNN Wire Staff
"This is only the beginning," the group said in a statement on the internet Thursday.
Al-Shabaab claimed responsibility for the bombings at two locations in the Ugandan capital of Kampala that killed 76 people. The attackers struck an Ethiopian restaurant in a neighborhood dotted with bars and popular among expatriates. Two other bombs exploded at a rugby center.
Police in Uganda have reported arrests in connection with the bombings, which also wounded dozens of people.
Al-Shabaab had said it is waging war "against 6,000 collaborators," a reference to the African Union peacekeeping force that includes Ugandan troops and warned Ugandans to refrain from involvement in Somalia.
The Islamic militant group has been fighting Somalia's U.N.-backed transitional government and has previously threatened attacks on Uganda.
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