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Uganda finds suicide vest, makes several arrests

KAMPALA (Reuters) - Ugandan police have found an unexploded suicide vest and arrested six of the more than 20 Somalis and Ugandans suspected of planning twin bombings that killed 76 soccer fans on Sunday, an intelligence source said.

World

Uganda finds suicide vest, makes several arrests

KAMPALA (Reuters) - Ugandan police have found an unexploded suicide vest and arrested six of the more than 20 Somalis and Ugandans suspected of planning twin bombings that killed 76 soccer fans on Sunday, an intelligence source said.

Community

All about consumerism

AS part of the Local Agenda 21 Petaling Jaya, a seminar on community consumerism was held at Dewan Ilmu in the MBPJ Community Library recently.

World

Uganda finds suicide vest, makes several arrests

KAMPALA (Reuters) - Ugandan police have found an unexploded suicide vest and arrested six of the more than 20 Somalis and Ugandans suspected of planning twin bombings that killed 76 soccer fans on Sunday, an intelligence source said.

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Uganda finds suicide belt after deadly bomb attacks

KAMPALA (Reuters) - Ugandan police have found an unexploded suicide belt and made several arrests after 74 soccer fans were killed by two bomb attacks while they were watching the World Cup final on television.

World

U.S. signals flexibility on space weapons treaty

GENEVA (Reuters) - The United States would consider a new global treaty to ban deployment of weapons in space if it meets its security concerns and includes safeguards against cheating, a U.S. arms control official said on Tuesday.

Community

Something for everyone

The Star's People's Voice - You've Got the Power carnival will be held at a park in Jalan Puteri 8/10 this Saturday in Bandar Puteri, Puchong.

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U.N. rights expert calls for scrapping Berlusconi law

GENEVA (Reuters) - An Italian draft law to restrict press reporting of material from police wiretaps would undermine the right to freedom of expression and curb inquiries into corruption, a U.N. rights expert said on Tuesday.