Just days after the US Embassy warned of a “specific” terror threat to Entebbe Airport, gunmen allegedly from a local militia attacked three police stations and a military barracks in western Uganda near the Congo border, killing over 60 people, including several policemen as well as some 40 civilians. Security forces claimed to have killed at least 41 attackers and arrested 40 more. A military spokesman said the attackers were not affiliated with the Islamist rebel group ADF-NALU. Security forces had deployed heavily in Kampala due to the threatened attack on the airport.
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