Militant group Al-Shabaab have claimed responsibility for a suicide car bomb near the presidential palace that killed at least nine people, including the country's former foreign minister Hussein Elabe Fahiye.
Death Toll From Mogadishu Car Bombings Rises to 12
Shabelle, 23 May 2019
Militant group Al Shabab exploded a suicide car bomb and killed at least nine people, including Somalia's former foreign minister, near the presidential palace in the capital on… Read more »
Five Dead in Somalia Car Bomb Blast
VOA, 23 May 2019
Police in Somalia say former foreign minister Hussein Elabe Fahiye was among at least five people killed when a car bomb exploded Wednesday near the presidential palace in the… Read more »
Al-Shabaab Claims Car Bomb Attack in Somali Capital
Shabelle, 22 May 2019
A car bomb exploded near a checkpoint in Somalia capital Mogadishu on Wednesday, May 22, killing at least 10 people and wounding 12 others, officials said. Read more »
Roadside Bomb Kills One, Injures Several Outside Mogadishu
At least one person was killed and several others wounded in a remote-controlled landmine explosion in the outskirts of Mogadishu, the Somali capital on Wednesday. Read more »
Authorities have stepped up security measures to ensure that worshippers are safe during prayer times, particularly in light of militant group Al-Shabaab's history of launching ... Read more »
Suspected Al-Shabaab militants are demanding a ransom for doctors Herera Corea and Landy Rodriguez, who are reportedly being held in an area between the towns of Buale and El-Ade ... Read more »
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