Men 'admit' role in Ugandan attack on World Cup fans

Investigators in Uganda have put on show four men who they say masterminded two bomb attacks in the capital last month.

The explosions killed more than 70 people as they watched the football World Cup final.

At a news conference, the four admitted their role in the bombings, saying they had acted out of religious conviction.

Peter Greste reports from neighbouring Kenya.

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