Newborn couple killed in safari park during honeymoon by ISIS-linked terrorists | outside

look. The pictures show how the jeep in which the newlyweds were traveling burned

Two foreign tourists and their local guide were traveling through Queen Elizabeth National Park in the southwest of the country when the three were shot on Tuesday evening, Ugandan police said. According to British media, the matter concerns a British tourist and a South African woman whom he recently married.

Ivan Wasaka, co-owner of Gorillas and Wildlife Safaris, confirmed to The Independent that the jeep the trio was traveling in was ambushed on Tuesday evening between 6pm and 7pm. Pictures show that the car was still burning when Ugandan police arrived. The bodies of the victims are lying around the safari jeep.

president Yoweri Museveni He describes the attack on the president and promises that “the terrorists will pay for it with their miserable lives.”

Queen Elizabeth National Park is one of the most popular destinations for tourists in the East African country of Uganda. Ugandan police suspect that the three were killed by members of the rebel group ADF (Allied Democratic Forces). It is an armed group that emerged in the 1990s as an Islamic insurgency. Four years ago, the group swore allegiance to the Islamic State.

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