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By Orrin G. Hatch
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Topic - Kale Kaihura
An Afghan soldier killed three British service members with gunfire and a rocket-propelled grenade in the dead of night, a betrayal that highlights the difficulties in rapidly building up Afghan security forces so that foreign troops can go home.
An al-Qaeda-linked Somali militant group claimed responsibility Monday for twin bombings in Uganda that killed 74 people watching the World Cup final on TV, saying the militants would carry out attacks "against our enemy" wherever they are.
Police Chief Kale Kaihura said he believed that Somalia's most feared Islamist militia — al-Shabab, which has pledged loyalty to al Qaeda — could be behind the attacks.
"What we found here is consistent with what we found on both scenes of crime. And so this is a very significant lead in our investigation," Mr. Kaihura said.