Ethiopians, Eritreans Face Double Suspicion in Post-Bomb Uganda | Africa | English

Ugandan police inspect the destroyed Ethiopian Village restaurant in Kampala after twin bomb blasts late on 11 Jul 2010 tore through crowds of football fans, killing 64 people, 11 Jul 2010The bodies of seven Ethiopian and Eritrean victims of the Uganda bomb attacks have been sent home to their native countries for burial. Members of the Ethiopian and Eritrean expatriate communities face suspicion from all sides, in a city shaken by the realization that it is the latest front in Somalia’s war

Ethiopians, Eritreans Face Double Suspicion in Post-Bomb Uganda | Africa | English

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