Several Al-Shabaab Terrorists Killed by Special Forces Commandos
By pmeja | self meida writer
Published 11 days ago - 9374 views
Somalia based terrorists Al-Shabaab on Thursday suffered a huge blow after they came face to face with highly trained commandos.
According to media reports who quoted Somalia's army chief Odawaa Yusuf Rageh, the terrorists had a bad day after they faced special forces from Somalia's Danab unit.
According to the army chief, at least 20 terrorists were killed during the heavy exchange of fire.
Among the 20 killed terrorists, one of them was senior commanders.
The terrorists were put down during an operation that was carried out near Qoryoley and Janaale towns of Lower Shabelle region.
Shabelle Media Network reports the militia group has remained mute over the same.
"Somalia's army chief Odawaa Yusuf Rageh says special forces have killed at least 20 al Shabab militants, including senior commanders in an operation carried out near Qoryoley and Janaale towns of Lower Shabelle region. No word from the group over the claims" read an update from the source.
The terrorists had also claimed to have killed two AMISOM soldiers using explosives.
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