Jihadists murdered 76 in Uganda on Sunday. But that wasn’t enough for their bloodthirsty god. “Unexploded bomb vest found in Uganda; 4 arrested,” by Max Delany and Godfrey Olukya for Associated Press, July 13 (thanks to JCB):
KAMPALA, Uganda – Investigators found an unexploded suicide vest with ball bearings in a disco hall in Uganda’s capital, suggesting that militants had planned a third bombing during the World Cup final, officials said Tuesday. Four foreign suspects were arrested in connection with the find.
The discovery of a suicide vest in a suburb of Kampala on Monday was consistent with what was seen at the two blast sites in Kampala, said the inspector general of police, Kale Kaihura. The vest contained ball bearings, as did the bombs that exploded Sunday. […]
Officials believe suicide bombers took part in the twin blasts during the World Cup final.
Kaihura said a Ugandan militant group — the Allied Democratic Forces — may also have played a role in the attack. Like al-Shabab, the ADF is primarily a Muslim radical group.
The death toll from Sunday’s attack rose to 76, Kaihura said. Officials found a bomb vest, detonator, wires and ball bearings in a bag at the disco similar to a laptop computer bag, he said.
Al-Shabab, Somalia’s most dangerous militant group, claimed responsibility for the attacks. The Islamists are calling for Uganda to withdraw their African Union peacekeeping forces from Somalia….