Sheikh Ali Mohamud Rage, al Shabaab’s spokesman, speaks in Mogadishu in this undated file photograph. Somalia’s al Shabaab Islamist group confirmed on Monday it had carried out two bomb blasts that killed at least 74 people in Uganda and threatened more attacks if the country kept its peacekeeping troops in Somalia.

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Sheikh Ali Mohamud Rage, al Shabaab's spokesman, speaks in Mogadishu in this undated file photograph. Somalia's al Shabaab Islamist group confirmed on Monday it had carried out two bomb blasts that killed at least 74 people in Uganda and threatened more attacks if the country kept its peacekeeping troops in Somalia.

Sheikh Ali Mohamud Rage, al Shabaab’s spokesman, speaks in Mogadishu in this undated file photograph. Somalia’s al Shabaab Islamist group confirmed on Monday it had carried out two bomb blasts that killed at least 74 people in Uganda and threatened more attacks if the country kept its peacekeeping troops in Somalia.
REUTERS/Feisal Omar/Files (SOMALIA – Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST RELIGION)

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