Somalia: Suicide bomber attacked in Mogadishu, 15 killed

Publish Date: 06 Nov, 2022 |
A military camp south of the city in Mogadishu, the capital of Somalia, saw an explosion that claimed at least 15 lives. The suicide bombing's perpetrator is unknown. However, al-Shabaab, which took responsibility for two vehicle bombings last week, was blamed for the attack by the government-run Somali National News Agency.

Many individuals are believed to be killed or injured in this. The attack occurred close to the General Dhagabadan military barracks, according to security officials who refused to reveal their names to VOA media. This attack has also claimed the lives of other army recruits.

al-Shabaab claims responsibility for the attack

Al-Shabaab claimed responsibility for the attack and stated that one of its suicide bombers had killed 100 soldiers. Approximately 15 individuals have died in this incident, according to the local media, at the same time. The explosion took place at the center's front gate, according to Sona, the state-run news agency of Somalia.

 Let us inform you that the government has not yet issued an official comment regarding the attack. After claiming to have killed at least 100 militants in an operation on the outskirts of the city of Aden-Yabal in the central Shabele region, the Somali National Army and local clan militias carried out the suicide attacks the following day.


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