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Sudanese Soldiers Allegedly Attacked While On Duty

Militants stormed a base housing security forces in the Somali border town of Dhobley under the control of Jubaland administration and Kenyan troops on Saturday night.

The attack triggered a fierce gunfight between the assailants and members of Jubaland regional intelligence forces, which lasted for several hours, residents were quoted as saying by Caasimada Online news website.

Al-Qaeda-aligned militant organization Al-Shabaab stated its opponents had carried out the assault, claiming to have overrun the base, killing some of squaddies and seizing weapons.

Troops stationed in the targeted military camp had been relocated from the coastal town of Kismayo in an try and ramp up security inside the town of Dhobley on the border with Kenya amid surge in insurgency attacks.

Local authorities have no longer immediately commented on the casualties because of the overnight raid.

Heavy explosion pronounced in Mogadishu. Head of the government-owned Radio Mogadishu, Abdi Aziz Africa, and head of executive-owned television, Sharmarke, reportedly focused. Gunfire heard - Witnesses. 

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