A bomb blast near the Somali capital has killed at least five people

by time news

Al-Shabaab said in a radio broadcast that the attack was aimed at Western authorities.


Al-Qaeda-linked terrorist groups in Somalia carry out occasional attacks, causing casualties and casualties. The capital, Mogadishu, is under constant attack.

Meanwhile, a powerful bomb exploded near a school in Mogadishu today. The bomber struck shortly after noon in front of a police station, killing at least five people. More than 10 were injured. Al-Shabaab, an Al Qaeda-linked organization, has claimed responsibility for the attack.

Al-Shabaab claimed on its radio that the attack was aimed at Western officials guarding the peacekeeping forces of the African Union.

However, an eyewitness told the news agency that a private security company had taken away the officers and that four guards had been injured.


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