Around 40 people, mostly students, have been killed at a school in western Uganda by rebels linked to the Islamic State group, the BBC reports.
A further eight people remain in a critical condition after the attack on Lhubiriha secondary school in Mpondwe.
Boys who were staying in dormitories at the school are among the dead.
The Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) – a Ugandan group based in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) – have been blamed for Friday’s attack.
Many of the bodies were transferred to Bwera Hospital, national police spokesperson Fred Enanga said.
The attack happened at around 23:30 local time (20:30 GMT) on Friday at the school in the Kasese district in western Uganda.
Over 60 people are educated at the school, most of whom live there.