Two Ugandans have pleaded guilty to charges stemming from twin explosions that killed 76 people in the capital, Kampala, in July of 2010.
During Monday's hearing at Uganda's High Court, Edris Nsubuga pleaded guilty to three counts of terrorism and Muhamoud Mugisha admitted to one charge of conspiracy to commit acts of terrorism.
The pair, among 14 suspects before the court, face dozens of charges related to the bomb attacks, including murder and terrorism. Twelve among them charged with murder denied the accusation. Two others face lesser charges.