1 June 2014

Djibouti Mentions the Hometown of Suicide Bombers

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Members of the Al Shabaab terror group (file photo).

Maki Abdikadir, who Is the National Treasurer for Djibouti reported to the media that they have investigated the two suicide bombers that killed themselves in an explosion almost 2 weeks ago.

Mr Abdikadir said that both of the bombers came from North Somalia and represent northern and Diri Dawe of Ethiopia.

The female was said to be from Somaliland and the male from Diri Dawe.

Al-Shabaab recently claimed responsibility for the suicide bombing at a popular restaurant in Djibouti.

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