Photo Courtesy; War plane in a past action. Only used for illustration purposes.
Ground forces with support from the somali's support of an airstrike striked at an Al Shabaab military base leaving 15 militias dead. This is according to the information shared by Somalia National TV.
Photo Courtesy; For illustration.
According to the information shared, the militia forces suffered huge losses in an operation conducted by security forces with support of an airstrike near Bulo-Madino of Lowershabelle region.
The Killing of the 15 militants comes only few days after a similar operation in the same village on 23rd November 2022 which left 49 militants killed.
Photo Courtesy; Al Shabaab militia in a past action.
According to the photos shared by the Somali National TV, a number of items were recovered after the raid including guns, wears among other items.
See some of the photos of the items that were recovered after the military operation.
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