PARIS, July 12 (Xinhua) -- French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner condemned Monday the twin explosions in Kampala, the capital of Ugandan, which killed at least 70 people.
"I condemn in the strongest term the attacks that took place in Kampala on Sunday," Kouchner said in a statement.
"The barbaric doers of these actions should be identified, sought out and brought to face justice," said the minister, who also expressed condolences to families of the victims.
The statement concluded with France's support for the authorities and people of Ugandan against terrorism.
According to official confirmation in early Monday, the death toll of the twin blasts in Kampala late Sunday night has risen to 70, including over 10 foreigner.
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