2 Kenyans are among terror suspects arraigned in a Kampala court in Uganda.
The two Kenyans were part of a suspected Al-Shabaab terror cell operating in Uganda and was planning to carryout terror attacks in the land-locked East African nation.
The names of these suspects are not yet in the public domain though the others charged were of Somali origin.
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A Ugandan court charged 10 suspected terror suspects with terrorism and related crimes, intelligence sources report.
21 Suspects in police custody were arrested by Ugandan security after a crackdown in the country is believed to have thwarted terror threats.
10 suspects were charged with aiding, abetting terrorism and belonging to a terrorist organization.
According to Ugandan police spokesman Fred Enanga eight of the 10 suspects were Somalis and the rest were Kenyans.
11 suspects are still in police custody awaiting to be charged in court.
Ugandan authorities said they are still conducting more investigations