Breaking: Suicide Car Blast Kills at Least 10 in Somali Capital

At least 10 people including five security officers were killed when a suicide car blast targeted a security convoy in Somalia’s capital.

An al-Qaeda-linked terrorist group, al-Shabaab, that often carries out deadly attacks in the Horn of Africa country, has claimed the attack.

Deputy governor for security and politics of the Banadir regional administration, Ali Yare Ali said at least 10 people were killed with several others injured in the bomb explosion. He added that an investigation into the attack is underway.

Eye witnesses say the suicide car blast took place near one of the entrances of the capital’s Aden Adde international airport, adding to earlier reports that put it along 21 October Road in the neighborhood of Waberi.

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Al-Shabaab was also behind a 2017 truck bomb attack in Mogadishu that took some 600 lives, the worst terrorist attack in the country’s history.


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