A doctor treats a victim at Mulago hospital in Kampala late Sunday after twin bomb blasts tore through crowds of soccer fans watching the World Cup final. The country's police chief said the blasts at an Ethiopian-owned restaurant and a rugby club in Kampala were a terrorist attack by the Somali militant group al-Shabab.
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Let The Games Begin: Sunday's World Cup final inspired an Amsterdam shop to stage a miniature version of the game in its display window, using "comedy condoms" to represent soccer players from Spain and the Netherlands.
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Edison Cavani (far left), Edigio Arevalo, Alvaro Pereira, Mauricio Victorino, Diego Godin and Luis Suarez of Uruguay run during a training session in Cape Town. Uruguay faces the Netherlands in the semifinals on Tuesday.
Beirut-born Ibrahim Bassal poses Tuesday near the four-story-deep German flag he has hung above his electronics shop in Berlin to show support for the German national soccer team, which plays in the World Cup quarterfinals Saturday. Displays of nationalism such as flag-waving and anthem-singing have renewed debate in Germany over the country's history of extreme patriotism.