Three Kenyan men of Somali descent have been charged with terrorism and murder following bomb blasts that left 76 dead in the Ugandan capital, court sources said.
Somali insurgent group al-Shabaab claimed responsibility for the blasts, which tore through crowds watching the finals of the World Cup in two suburbs in Kampala, dpa reported.
Hussein Agad, 27, Mohammed Adan Abdow, 25, and Idris Magond, 42, were charged with 76 counts of murder, 10 counts of attempted murder and terrorism before a magistrate in the Nakawa court, east of Kampala Friday evening.
The men were not allowed to enter any plea and were remanded at the Luzira maximum security prison until their next court appearance on August 27.
The charges carry the death penalty.
Al-Shabaab is fighting to oust the weak Somali government, which is propped up by 6,000 Ugandan and Burundian peacekeepers.
The July 11 bombings where the first attacks outsides Somali soil by al-Shabaab, which claims links to the al-Qeada network.