KAMPALA, (Xinhua) --
The Ugandan police have started
investigations into the death of two Europeans in the
capital Kampala last week, police spokesperson Emillian
Kayima said Tuesday.
54-year-old Belgian male was suspected of committing
suicide at his rented apartment in a posh suburb
community on Monday last week, and a 64-year-old German
male died at a hospital last Friday, two days after
reportedly developing a strange illness, he said.
embarked on investigations to establish what exactly
killed those two people,” said Kayima.
and German males were among the six Westerners found
dead in Uganda over the past 20 days, with the first
case which involved a Swedish national reported on Feb.
5. Ugandan investigators have blamed the earlier deaths
on narcotics or heart attacks.